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New students will be contacted by their assigned advisor to discuss their fall semester 2017-2018 schedule.

Registration Guide and Check List

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SEND ALL FINAL TRANSCRIPTS
&
OFFICIAL SCORE REPORTS

to

Flagler College
Office of Admissions
74 King Street
St Augustine, FL 32084
  1. Review the General Education requirements. Refer to the General Education Program link.

  2. Review the course requirements for your intended major listed in the Flagler College Catalog. The Flagler College Catalog is available online at www.flagler.edu.

  3. Freshmen and Transfer Students who have completed Advanced Placement (AP) testing, International Baccalaureate (IB) testing, AICE examinations, Caribbean Advanced Proficiency examinations (CAPE), and/or College Level Examination Program (CLEP – General Examinations only) must have the score reports sent to the Flagler College Office of Admissions for evaluation. No credit will be awarded for CLEP Subject Examinations.

  4. Freshmen and Transfer Students who have completed college coursework and received a grade of "C" (2.0) or better should not select courses that would duplicate courses already taken. You must have a final official transcript sent from the previous college(s) attended. Credit for Dual Enrollment courses cannot be awarded from a high school transcript.

  5. Freshmen and Transfer Students should contact their advisor in order to confirm courses accepted by Flagler College. This would prevent duplication of courses.

  6. Freshmen course selections must include a college writing course (ENG 142, 152WI, or 172WI) and a first year seminar (FYS 142WI, 152WI, or 172WI). It is also recommended that you include one course in Mathematics.

    For the remainder of your schedule, you should choose courses from the General Education Program. For example, you may choose a course from Foundations of Knowledge, Creative Expressions, and/or Ways of Knowing. Your final course can be COM 101, an additional General Education course or one entry level course in your major. COM 101 can be taken during the fall or spring.

    Review with your advisor four – six alternate course selections. Do not duplicate your primary course selections with your alternate course selections. In the event a primary course section is full, you will need an appropriate alternate course.

  7. During the summer major and/or minor changes will be made in the Office of Admissions. Students will send an e-mail to admissions@flagler.edu and copy their advisor with the change.

Remember to use the chart listed below when selecting the proper English course.

Course Number/Name SAT
Reading
ACT
Reading
SAT
Writing
SAT
Essay
ACT
English
ACT
Writing
TOEFL IELTS CXC IGCSE
GCSE
BGCSE
ENG 090 - Basic Writing w/Lab 200-420 0-6 0-16 0-16 0-65 0-6.5 V E
ENG 142 - Intro to College Writing w/ Lab 430-480 7-8 17-19 17-19 66-80 7-7.5 IV D
ENG 152 - Research Topics in College Writing 490-640 9-10 20-28 20-28 81-114 8-8.5 II-III B-C
ENG 172 – Honors Research Topics w/ Lab 650-800 11-12 29-36 29-36 115-120 9 I A
REA 142 – College Reading w/ Lab 200-430 1-17 0-65 0-6.5 V E

Refer to your math placement test scores when selecting a Mathematics course. If you have questions about the math placement test, contact Dr. Kurt Sebastian, Department Chair of Math and Technology. (KSebastian@flagler.edu)

Registration Tools

These tools and aids will be helpful during your registration process.

Couse Catalog

Course Catalog

List of MAJORS & MINORS

(Students may only declare majors and/or minors on this list)

MAJORS:

Accounting
Art Education
Art History
Business Administration
Coastal Environmental Science
Criminology
Economics
Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing/Elementary
Elementary
Education
Elementary Exceptional Student
English
Finance
Fine Arts
Graphic Design
History
Hospitality and Tourism Management
International Studies
Journalism and Media Production
Liberal Arts
Media Studies
Philosophy/Religion
Political Science
Psychology
Public History
Secondary English Education
Secondary Social Science Education
Sociology
Spanish
Sport Management
Strategic Communication (Public Relations)
Theatre Arts

MINORS:

Accounting
Advertising
Anthropology
Art History
Biology
Business Administration
Communication and Media
Creative Writing
Criminology
Economics
English
Environmental Science
Film Studies
Finance
Fine Arts
Graphic Design
History
Honorable Entrepreneurship
Illustration
International Studies
Journalism and Documentary Production
Latin American Studies
Law
Management Information Systems
Marketing
Mathematics
Media Studies
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Public History
Religion
Sociology
Spanish
Theatre Arts
Women’s Studies
Youth Ministry

General Education Program

General Education Courses

Schedule Builder

Schedule Builder Plan (Requires Microsoft Excel)

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