You can see the certificate remains the most popular on campus with the largest number of students enrolled. The number of certificates awarded is very similar each year since its inception in 2000. Here are the past 5 year’s numbers: 2015 – 82 2016 – 94 2017 – 74 2018 – 80 2019 – 77
We have a small celebration for students who have earned the Finance Certificate. Actual certificates are issued directly to you by the University Registrar.
Yes there is. All students must have earned a minimum of C+ [2.30] averaged out over the 2 Core courses and the 3 Elective courses.
Do you accept junior papers to satisfy the independent work requirement? Can the same independent work be used to satisfy multiple departmental and/or certificate requirements?
You may use the same independent work, including junior papers, to fulfill the finance certificate independent work requirement plus one other (your department’s requirement, or a different certificate’s requirement), but not more than one other.
Refer to the sample topics from previous years provided above, under Independent Work. You should discuss your choice of topic with your independent work advisor. You do not need pre-approval of your topic from Director of Undergraduate Studies as long as it is a finance topic.
All courses must be taken for a letter grade. However, if you take MAT201/202 or higher, the second of the Math courses can be taken as a PDF as long as your other grade is strong. You must advise us of your decision to do so at the time of application in the Additional information [...]
In general, students with an exceptional academic record will be allowed, with the permission of the UCF Director of Undergraduate Studies, to take a 500 level course to satisfy part of their elective requirements.
I would like to study abroad during my junior year. Can I fulfill the core course requirement (ECO362/363) by taking equivalent courses at a foreign institution?
The two core courses must be completed at Princeton. Students are permitted to use course(s) completed abroad to fulfill a maximum of one of their three elective courses. You should consult with the UCF Director of Undergraduate Studies about the course(s) you wish to take abroad for UCF credit. Provide as much information as you [...]
In general, yes, subject to the same conditions as for study abroad courses in the question above . You must get approval from the Dean of the College, from your department Director of Undergraduate Studies and from the UCF Director of Undergraduate Studies.
Yes, you may take them at the same time in the fall of your junior year. However, admission is provisional until completion of all prerequisites including ECO300 and ECO310