Before applying, carefully review the GIS Certificate Page.
Your application, including any transcripts (if applying for Graduate certificate or requesting course waiver) must be received by November 2, 2013 to be considered for enrollment in the spring cohort. We accept and review applications beginning in June and ending early November before the start of courses beginning in January of the New Year.
Review the requirements for this program and assess whether or not you meet them. Students will connect to UWF servers "eDesktop for to access GIS software and assignments. A reliable connection to high-speed internet access is required to successfully complete course assignments. Access to eDesktop for is assessed with tuition.Academic Prerequisites for Admission:
This formal letter should include your background, short- and long-term goals, interests, strengths you will bring to the program, and whether you have a preference for the undergraduate or graduate and traditional or archaeology program options.
Once you have completed a draft, it is a good idea to show it to people you trust such as faculty, family, friends, coworkers, etc. The best people to review your statement are those you know well and have excellent writing skills. Remember, above all, this statement should reflect you as a person. You are the subject of the material.
Only those Accepted by the Online GIS Program Committee should continue with the following steps (2-5).
Need assistance completing the form? UWF Admissions office is standing by:
Phone: (850) 474-2230 | toll-free (800) 263-1074
Fax (850) 474-3360
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All new students typically have at least one hold placed on their account preventing enrollment. It is the student's responsibility to contact the appropriate UWF department(s) and to provide necessary information to get the hold(s) lifted. Our staff is here to help. We've compiled a list to get you where you need to go.
New students registering for Only online courses and who will not be physically present in any UWF classroom or on any UWF campus may 1) download, 2) complete, and 3) return the Mandatory Immunization Health History Form
Note: Florida state law and UWF Student Health Policy requires that All students comply with the 1) Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR), and 2) Meningitis/Hepatitis B immunization requirements Before registering for academic courses. An Immunization Hold is automatically placed on new student records which prohibit course registration until proof of immunization or immunization waiver form (below) are received and processed.
The Online GIS Certificate Program operates according to the A term academic calendar here at UWF. Review the 2013-2014 Academic Calendar and keep it handy for important dates.
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For questions regarding your course plan, please contact Amber Bloechle or Leah Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org or 850-857-6121.