The university website includes biographies for each faculty and staff. These profiles include information about their professional and academic backgrounds as well as their experience conducting research in their fields.
The course catalog provides course listings for each program of study–these are the courses that students are required to complete prior to graduating from Florida Poly.
Yes. In their junior year, students participate in capstone research courses where teams of student’s design, build, and test solutions to real industry problems. The internships and projects that students complete during the course of their program demonstrates proficiency in previous courses and makes a strong connection between students and actual employers in their field of study.
First-Time-in-College (FTIC) students who do not transfer in any college credits should expect to graduate in four years. Time to graduation for FTIC students who are transferring in college credit(s) will depend upon the amount of credits transferred in. Students can work with the registrar’s office to develop their own timeline as soon as they have been admitted to the university.
Those details are available on the admissions requirements page.
Yes, we do accept transcripts from international schools. We require transcripts that are translated into English and evaluated for U.S. credit equivalency if the school uses a different grading system and/or if they are not already in English. You can use the Academic Evaluation Services (AES), World Education Services (WES) or Josef Silny & Associates, Inc to perform the official evaluation and translation.* All costs to perform these services are the responsibility of the student, and official sealed copies must be submitted. *If you are submitting international secondary school (high school equivalent) transcripts, you must submit a document-by-document evaluation with a GPA calculation. Post-secondary/university school transcript submissions must have a course-by-course evaluation completed.