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Admissions Requirements for Baccalaureate Degree Students

Business and Information Management, Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Applicants seeking admission to Seminole State College's Bachelor's degree programs must comply with the College's General Admissions procedure in the College Catalog. In addition, students must meet the following program-specific requirements listed below prior to being accepted into upper-division coursework:

  • Business and Information Management, Bachelor of Science degree contains the following specializations:
    • Data Analytics
    • Entrepreneurship
    • European Business Experience
    • Human Resources
    • Interdisciplinary
    • Social Media and E-Marketing
    • Supply Chain Management
    • Sustainabiilty Management

Applicants seeking admission to Seminole State College's Bachelor's degree programs must comply with the College's General Admissions procedures. In addition, students must meet the following program-specific requirements listed below prior to being accepted into upper-division coursework.

  • Completion of an Associate's degree or Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution. Students who have earned a minimum of 60 college credit hours from any regionally accredited institution may request to have their admission reviewed and determined by the faculty committee.
  • A GPA of 2.0 or higher.
  • Program Progression Requirements: Once admitted, students must achieve (or have achieved) a grade of "C" or higher in all required courses:
    • ACG 2021 Principles of Financial Accounting
    • ACG 2071 Principles of Managerial Accounting
    • CGS 2100C Office Applications
    • ECO 2013 Principles of Economics (MACRO)
    • ECO 2023 Principles of Economics (MICRO)
    • MAC 2233 Concepts of Calculus
    • STA 2023 Statistical Methods I

Construction, Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Applicants seeking admission into Seminole State's Bachelor's degree programs must comply with the College's General Admissions procedures. In addition, students must meet the following program-specific requirements listed below prior to being accepted into upper-division coursework.

  • Completion of an associate's degree, bachelor's degree (or higher) from a regionally accredited institution. Students who have earned a minimum 60 college credit hours from any regionally accredited institution may request to have their admission reviewed and determined by the department review committee.
  • A GPA of 2.0 or higher.
  • Program Progression Requirements:
    • An Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in any one of the regionally accredited Florida programs listed below satisfies the Construction Technical Foundation program prerequisite requirements detailed in the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Construction degree program for both admissions and graduation requirements. Students with any other degree must complete the Construction Technical Foundation courses with a grade of "C" or higher before starting the upper division Construction required core courses.
      o    A.S., Architectural Design and Construction Technology (CIP 1615010100)
      o    A.S., Building Construction Technology (CIP 1615100101)
      o    A.S., Construction and Civil Engineering Technology (CIP 1615100102)
      o    A.S., Construction Management (CIP 1646041201)
      o    A.S., Construction Management (CIP 1646041200)

Engineering Technology, Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Applicants seeking admission into Seminole State's Bachelor's degree programs must comply with the College's General Admissions procedures. In addition, students must meet the following program-specific requirements listed below prior to being accepted into upper-division coursework.

  • Engineering Technology, Bachelor of Science degree contains the following specializations:
    • Engineering and Project Management
    • Mechatronics and Robotics
    • Production and Design
  • Completion of an Associate's degree or Bachelor's degree (or higher) from a regionally accredited institution.
  • Students who have earned a minimum 60 college credit hours from any regionally accredited institution may request to have their admission reviewed and determined by the faculty committee.
  • A GPA of 2.0 or higher.
  • Program Progression Requirements: Once admitted, students must achieve (or have achieved) a grade of "C" or higher in the following courses:
    • Production & Design Specializations
    • ARC 1301 Architectural Design I
    • BCN 2230 Construction Materials and Methods
    • ETD 1340C Computer-Aided Design II
    • SUR 2101C Surveying
    • Mechatronics & Robotics Specialization
    • ETI 1420C Materials & Processes for Engineering Tech.
    • ETI 1843C Motors and Controls
    • ETM 1010C Mechanical Measurement & Instrumentation
    • ETM 2315C Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems
    • Engineering and Project Managment Specialization (choose one group)
    • ARC 1301 Architectural Design I
    • BCN 2230 Construction Materials and Methods
    • ETD 1340C Computer-Aided Design II
    • SUR 2101C Surveying
    • Or

    • ETI 1420C Materials & Processes for Engineering Tech.
    • ETI 1843C Motors and Controls
    • ETM 1010C Mechanical Measurement & Instrumentation
    • ETM 2315C Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems
    • All Specializations
    • MAC 2233 Concepts of Calculus (or higher level MAC course)
    • STA 2023 Statistical Methods OR MAC 2311 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I (or higher level
    • PHY 1053C Physics I (or higher level)

 Health Sciences, Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Applicants seeking admission into Seminole State's Bachelor's degree programs must comply with the College's General Admissions procedures. In addition, students must meet the following program-specific requirements listed below prior to being accepted into upper-division coursework.

  • Health Sciences, Bachelor of Science degree contains the following specializations:
    • Clinical Science
    • Community Paramedic
    • Health Coaching & Human Performance
    • Healthcare Management & Professional Services
    • Respiratory Therapy & Clinical Leadership
    • Simulation in Healthcare Education
  • Completion of an Associate's degree or Bachelor's degree (or higher) from a regionally accredited institution. Students who have earned a minimum 60 college credit hours from any regionally accredited institution may request to have their admission reviewed and determined by the faculty committee.
  • A GPA of 2.0 or higher in previous coursework.
  • An Associate of Science (AS) or an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in a health-related field from a regionally accredited institution satisfies the Foundation requirements detailed in the Bachelor of Science (BS) Health Science degree program. Students with any other degree must complete the Foundation courses with a grade of "C" or higher.

Associate in Arts degree: Students entering with an AA degree from a regionally accredited institution will be required to complete the foundation courses listed for the degree. Some foundation courses may be waived if a student possesses a medical industry certificate. This certificate and official transcripts must be submitted to the Registrar's office and reviewed by the department for consideration to the program.
Associate in Science or Associate in Applied Science, Health-related area: Students entering with an AS or AAS in a health-related area from a regionally accredited institution will be required to complete any additional general education courses to meet the 36 credit hour requirement within the different categories.
Associate in Science or Associate in Applied Science, Non-Health related area: Students entering with an AS or AAS in a non-health related area from a regionally accredited institution will be required to complete any additional general education courses to meet the 36 credit hour requirement within the different categories. This student will also be required to complete the "Foundation" courses as listed in the program plan.

Please note: Students who are required to participate in clinical rotations or internships may be required to pass a criminal background check and/or drug screen as per the organization's requirement.

  • Respiratory Therapy and Clinical Leadership
    • Completion of a CoARC accredited Respiratory Therapy program.
    • Eligibility for licensure from the National Board for Respiratory Care and/or licensed as an RRT from the National Board for Respiratory Care.
  • Community Paramedic
    • Completion of a Florida Department of EMS approved paramedic program or eligibility for certification as a Florida recognized paramedic or certified as a Florida recognized paramedic.

Information Systems Technology, Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Applicants seeking admission into Seminole State's Bachelor's degree programs must comply with the College's General Admissions procedures. In addition, students must meet the following program-specific requirements listed below prior to being accepted into upper-division coursework.

  • Completion of an Associate's degree or Bachelor's degree (or higher) from a regionally accredited institution.
  • Students who have earned a minimum 60 college credit hours from any regionally accredited institution may request to have their admission reviewed and determined by the faculty committee.
  • A GPA of 2.0 or higher.
  • Program progression requirements: Once admitted, students must achieve (or have achieved) a grade of "C" or higher in the following courses:
  • Programming and Cyber Security Specializations:
    • CET 1179 Network Concepts and Operating Systems 
    • CET 1600C Cisco Networking Fundamentals (Net+) 
    • CGS 2545C Database Management 
    • COP 1000 Principles of Computer Programming 
    • ECO 2023 Principles of Economics (MACRO) or ECO 2013 Principles of Economics (MICRO) 
    • MAC 1105 College Algebra or higher 
    • STA 2023 Statistical Methods or MAC 1114 or higher level mathematics course

Interior Design, Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.)

Applicants seeking admission into Seminole State's Bachelor's degree programs must comply with the College's General Admissions procedures. In addition, students must meet the following program-specific requirements listed below prior to being accepted into upper-division coursework.

  • Completion of an Associate's degree or Bachelor's degree (or higher) from a regionally accredited institution.
  • Students who have earned a minimum 60 college credit hours from any regionally accredited institution may request to have their admission reviewed and determined by the faculty committee.
  • A GPA of 2.0 or higher.
  • Program Progression Requirements:
    • An Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Interior Design Technology (CIP 1450040801) from a regionally accredited Florida institution satisfies the Interior Design Technical Foundation program prerequisite requirements detailed in the Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) Interior Design degree program for both admissions and graduation requirements. The program must also be approved by the Florida Board of Architecture and Interior Design.
  • Once admitted, students with any other degree must complete the Interior Design Technical Foundation courses listed below with a grade of “C” or higher before starting the Advanced Interior Design Required Core Courses:

    • IND 1000 History of Architecture and Design I
    •  IND 1233C Studio I: Interior Design Fundamentals
    •  IND 1404C Technical Design
    •  IND 1422 Interior Finishes and Textiles
    •  IND 1935 Building Codes and Accessibility
    •  IND 2012C Studio II: Residential Interior Environments
    •  IND 2016C Studio III: Introduction to Commercial Design
    •  IND 2221C Studio IV: Advanced Commercial Design
    •  IND 2307C Visual Communications
    •  IND 2462 Revit for Interior Applications

RN-to-BSN, Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Students may begin the RN-to-BSN program three times each year in August (Term I), in January (Term II), or in May (Term III). Interested persons must first be admitted to Seminole State before registering for RN-to-BSN coursework. The dates for application may vary.

The nursing program has specific requirements for admission. Candidates must:

  • Graduate from a regionally accredited Associate in Science Degree Nursing or Diploma in Nursing program and be eligible to sit for the National Council Licensing Examination (NCLEX RN), or hold an active RN license;
  • Apply and be accepted to Seminole State College;
  • GPA of 2.5 or higher;
  • Attain a grade of "C" or higher in all General Education course requirements.
  • All nursing courses are taught in a distance format. Students must have access to a computer with Internet capabilities while enrolled in the program.
  • An active unencumbered RN license is required prior to the Capstone course at the end of the program.

    NOTE: Students accepted into any Baccalaureate Degree at Seminole State College of Florida must be College ready in English and Mathematics. Enrollment in developmental courses or EAP courses under the Baccalaureate Degree is prohibited.

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