A.A. Suggested Transfer Plan: Agriculture

Using the Suggested Plan

This is a general suggestion for fulfilling your A.A. and current university admission requirements. You should consult with your academic advisor 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) *Initial math placement is determined by test scores. Consult with advisor about MGF 1100 as a non-STEM major option3
Optional Elective: SLS13013
Multicultural and Global Awareness course3
Total12
  • Semester Two
  • Term
  • Year
CourseHrs
ENC 1102 or ENC2210 (Communications Area B)3
MAC1105 (Math) *Other math options are possible/required depending on the University major student hopes to transfer into.3
Humanities Group 2 course (State or College Core)3
Social Science Group 1 course (from Core section not taken)3
Total12
  • Semester Three
  • Term
  • Year
CourseHrs
STA2023 (Math) *Other math options are possible/required depending on the University major student hopes to transfer into.3
Social Science Group 2 course (State or College Core)3
Humanities Group 1 course (from Core section not taken)3
Course related to intended University major.3
Total12
  • Semester Four
  • Term
  • Year
CourseHrs
Research and Analysis3
Science course chosen in consultation with Advisor and depending on intended University major.
Courses depend on intended University major.
Total
  • Semester Five
  • Term
  • Year
CourseHrs
Courses depend on intended University major.
Science course chosen in consultation with Advisor and depending on intended University major.
Total
  • Semester Six
  • Term
  • Year
CourseHrs
Courses depend on intended University major.
Total

Important Note:

There are many different majors within the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. Required courses, GPA, and hours vary depending on major. For specific transfer requirements see an academic advisor or view the CALS Transfer Guide: http://cals.ufl.edu/students/undergraduate-prospective.php.

General Education Courses

You must complete courses from each of these areas in order to graduate – view your Degree Audit Detail for list of courses. We recommend consulting with your advisor each semester to stay on track.

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

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

Using the Suggested Plan

This is a general suggestion for fulfilling your A.A. and current university admission requirements. You should consult with your academic advisor regarding your specific requirements. If you change your transfer goals, this sample plan may no longer be relevant.

Finding Your Academic Advisor

You can find your assigned advisor and schedule an appointment with them through the link on your eSantaFe Degree Audit. A.A. Advisors are located in R201.


This sample plan, prepared using information available as of 06/08/17, 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 the transfer admission requirements of the University of Florida. The student should inquire each semester before registering to determine current requirements and possible changes to the suggested curriculum.

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