A.A. Suggested Academic Plan: General Business, *Management, *Information Systems, *Finance, or *Marketing

Using the Suggested Plan

This is a general suggestion for when to take your courses to fulfill both your A.A. and current university admission requirements. You should consult with your academic advisor and refer to your degree audit detail regarding your specific requirements. If you change your transfer goals, this sample plan may no longer be relevant.

  • Semester One
  • Term
  • Year
CourseHrs.
ENC 1101 (Communications area A)3
MAT1033 (Elective)3
CGS1000 or CGS1101 (Elective - transfer req.)3
Humanities Group 2 (SPC2608 or MUL1010 recommended)3
Total12
  • Semester Two
  • Term
  • Year
CourseHrs
ENC 1102 (Communications Area B)3
MAC1105 (Math)3
Natural Science course (EVR1001 or ESC1000 or OCE1001 recommended)3
ACG2001 (Elective - transfer req.)3
Total12
  • Semester Three
  • Term
  • Year
CourseHrs
ECO2013 (Social Science Group 2 - transfer req.)3
MAC2233 (Math - transfer req.)4
ACG2021 (Elective - transfer req.)3
Multicultural and Global Awareness (ISS2270 or SYG2010 or ANT2410 or ASL2510 recommended)2-3
Total12-13
  • Semester Four
  • Term
  • Year
CourseHrs
ECO2023 (Elective - transfer req.)3
ACG2071 (Elective- transfer req.)3
STA2023 (Elective - transfer req.)3
Social Sciences Group 1 (AMH2020 or POS2041 recommended)3
Total12
  • Semester Five
  • Term
  • Year
CourseHrs
Elective (MAC2234 - UF suggested for finance majors)4
Humanities Group 1 (HUM2020 or PHI2010 or LIT1000 or REL2000 or PHI2600 recommended) - Consult with advisor3
Natural Science Lab course (BSC2005/L or AST1002/L or PSC2121/L recommended) - Consult with advisor4
Research and Analysis course (ENC2210 or PHI1100 or INR2002 or SOP2002 recommended)3
Total14

Initial math, reading, and writing placements may vary. Consult with your advisor for more information.

You must complete courses from each General Education area in order to graduate– view your Degree Audit Detail for course listings. We recommend consulting with your advisor each semester to stay on track.

Writing Intensive Course Requirement - A total of 12 hours (hrs.) are required: 6 hours in Communications, and 6 hours from other categories as per state rule 6A-10.030.

Do you meet the AA Foreign Language Competency Requirement? If not, speak with your academic advisor regarding how to include it in your plan.

Civics Literacy Requirement – AMH2020, POS2041, AP Government and Politics: United States (score of 3 or higher), AP United States History (score of 4 or higher), or CLEP American Government (score of 50 or higher) are required as per Florida Statute section 1007.25(4). 

Business preprofessional (transfer) courses

  • ACG2001 and ACG2011 (or ACG2021) - Consult with advisor
  • ACG2071
  • CGS1000 or CGS1101
  • ECO2013
  • ECO2023
  • MAC2233
  • STA2023
  • (MAC2234 is suggested for finance majors)
  • For UF, all transfer courses should be completed one semester prior to graduation.
  • May take more than 60 hours to complete both AA requirements and transfer requirements. Make sure to plan your finances accordingly.

Using the Suggested Plan

This is a general suggestion for when to take your courses to fulfill both your AA and current university admission requirements. You should consult with your academic advisor and refer to your degree audit detail regarding your specific requirements.

Finding Your Academic Advisor

You can find your assigned advisor and schedule an appointment with them through the link on your eSantaFe Degree Audit.  


This sample plan, prepared using information available as of 01/15/20, is not a binding agreement of any kind between Santa Fe College and the student, but merely represents a potential curriculum which may be altered from time to time as appropriate to meet the student’s academic objectives and transfer admission requirements.  The student should inquire each semester before registering to determine current requirements and possible changes to the suggested curriculum. Admission to UF is not guaranteed.

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