Making Sense of Degree Types: The Difference Between All Access, Limited Access and Selective Access

Most of the majors available at UNF are open to all students that are interested without any special requirements.  However, there are two types of programs that require more information from the student. These are referred to as selective and limited access.

With a selective access program, students only need to meet the prerequisites and any other requirements set by the department and there is no limit to the number of students allowed in the program. For example, Biology requires that student take General Biology 1 & 2 and General Chemistry 1&2 and pass them with a minimum of two ‘B’s’ and two ‘Cs’. 

Selective Access Programs at UNF Include:

When applying for limited access programs students must meet the prerequisites and any other requirements set by the department as well as meet the application deadline for the specific program in order to be considered.  These programs also only allowed a certain number of students to be admitted into the program per term.

Limited Access Programs at UNF Include:

Always make sure to pay attention to upcoming deadline and prerequisite requirements for the major you intend to declare. The main reason for a delay in a decision can be late or incorrect applications. Have questions? Contact the Admissions office at (904) 620-5555 or at admissions@unf.edu.


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