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Make a note of the Student Information System ID (SIS ID) that is created at the end of the application. Please write this ID number on all your other forms.

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Please be aware of some specific questions on the application:

  • In Section 2: Communicating with you
    • Provide your overseas mailing address
    • Financial Aid Assistance question- does not apply to international students as you are not eligible to apply for financial aid. Select 3rd option.
  • In Section 3: Your Education
    • When choosing your Program of Study&#;
      • F1 students can only apply for AA/AS/AFA or AAA/AAS and not certificates (C/CSC).
        • AA/AS/AFA- are designed to transfer to a four-year bachelor&#;s degree program&#;
        • AAA/AAS- are designed primarily to prepare for employment&#;
      • All medical related programs are competitive (nursing, dental hygiene, physical therapy, etc.) and if selected will automatically place you into the general studies degree as you will need to apply for these programs after your first semester. &#;
    • Upload your high school transcript here&#;
  • In Section 5: Your Background
  • In Supplemental Information 2
    • Indicate how you will pay your International Application fee. (Your visa document will not be processed until this payment is received). You will not be able to make payment in the application.
    • Upload all the required documents for your application in this section except for high school transcript which you must upload in Section 3.&#;

A Student Identification number (SIS ID) will be generated once you submit your application. Keep this number in a safe place as you will need it for future interactions with NOVA.

Once we have reviewed your documents and determined you have met the program requirements and your application fee has been paid the visa document will be issued. We will mail it via UPS using the address provided in your application.

If you have a sponsor, please have the sponsor complete and sign the second page of the F-1 form.

Provide recent bank statements from your financial sponsor dated no more than six months before the start of the semester for which you are applying.&#;

NOTE: If your sponsor is a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident, he or she may submit form I as proof of funds. Please see the Affidavit of Support (I) site for more information.

Provide evidence that you have completed the equivalent of a U.S. high school education by submitting one of the following: Please do not send original diplomas or certificates as we cannot return them to you. (NOTE: If the documentation is not in English, you need to submit an official English translation.)

  • Certified copy of your secondary school diploma or certificate equivalent to a U.S. high school diploma OR
  • Evidence of your attendance in college or university level studies.
  • Participants in a J-1 Au Pair or Summer Work Travel program may provide a copy of their DS to demonstrate that they have met this requirement.
  • If you are currently still in high school but will graduate soon, please ask your school to provide an official letter stating the date by which you will complete your studies. You must complete your secondary education before you begin classes at NOVA.

Students will be eligible to enroll into ENG or co-enrolled with EDE 11 and will not be required to take NOVA&#;s English placement test if they meet one of the below standardized test scores. Test scores will be considered valid if taken within the past five years.&#;TOEFL, MyBest Score, and IELTS Indicator Scores will be accepted.

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NOVA Placement

Eligible Test Score

TOEFL

ENG

92

ENG +EDE 11


Student must have a minimum of 19 in each category.

IELTS

ENG

ENG +EDE 11


Student must have a minimum of in each category.

  • Students who are from one of the English speaking countries on this list&#;are eligible for the Degree program and placement into English Additional assessments may be requested upon arrival.
  • International&#;students who have graduated from a US high school&#;or have taken the SAT or ACT can check here for English placement guidance.

In order to complete your application, you will need to pay the $75 application fee via wire transfer or money order.&#;
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Money Order: You can purchase a money order from any post office, grocery store or The Pay to section should be written out to: Northern Virginia Community College. Also, write your name and student ID # on the front side of the money order either in the From section or under the signature line.

Mail or Drop off in person: Office of International Student Services, NOVA, Little River Turnpike, Suite , Annandale, Virginia

*Please be aware that if you send by express mail DO NOT request a release signature as there is no one to sign for it at the office. It will be slipped inside the door and will be safe when delivered. If you are dropping off the payment please slide it through the glass doors and someone from our team will pick it up

OR

Bank or ACH Transfer: Email [email protected] for specific payment details.

If you have any questions about the application process, please reach out to us.

Email:[email protected]&#;for the fastest response.
Office Phone:&#;+1 &#;(leave a message, and someone will return your call within 24 hours)
Office Hours:&#;Monday through Friday, a.m. to p.m.&#;

Our office will continue to work remotely through the Fall semester, so no one will be available in the office to meet with you. Please call and leave us a message or email us.


Sours: https://www.nvcc.edu/admissions/apply/international/degree-program/index.html

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Programs

Accounting (B.S.B.A.)

Enter a specialized profession that&#;s always in demand in an ever-changing economy. Participate in case competitions and test drive your future career through internships and hands-on projects. Learn from your faculty mentor, who&#;s also an industry expert.

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Accounting (M.Acc) - Dual Admission

Earn your bachelor's and Master of Accounting degree in years. Prepare for an in-demand career as a highly trained accountant. With an internship and an experienced faculty mentor, you&#;ll be ready to guide organizations through today&#;s global economy, report financial positions, and create economic value.

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H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship

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Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Anesthesia (M.S.)

Become a competent health care provider driven by compassion and guided by science. As an anesthesiologist assistant trained in our state-of-the-art facilities, you&#;ll be prepared to develop and implement anesthesiology patient care plans and monitoring.

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Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences

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Denver, CO
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Tampa Bay, FL

Anesthesia (M.S.) - Dual Admission

Earn your bachelor's and Master of Science degree in Anesthesia in 4 years and 27 months. Be prepared to develop and implement anesthesiology patient care plans and monitoring by being trained in our state-of-the-art facilities.

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Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences

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Applied Professional Studies (B.S.)

As a working professional or non-traditional student, you&#;ll complete two concentrations. One is based on prior experience, the other on your career or education goals. Concentration options include psychology, computer studies, IT, biology, and optometry.

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Halmos College of Arts and Sciences

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Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Art And Design (B.A.)

Advance your technical skills, explore your creativity, and develop your artistic brand and portfolio in studio art or graphic design. Prepare for a career as a freelance artist, art critic or educator, or in-house artist for various industries.

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Halmos College of Arts and Sciences

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Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Audiology (Au.D.)

Prepare for clinical practice with coursework and clinical training experiences serving a variety of patient populations. Learn to apply the latest technologies and current scientific research in diagnostic assessment, treatment, and management across the spectrum of auditory and vestibular disorders.

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Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Audiology (Au.D.) - Dual Admission

Receive your bachelor&#;s and Doctor of Audiology Degree in an eight-year combined program. Prepare for clinical practice with coursework and clinical training experiences serving a variety of patient populations. Learn to apply the latest technologies and current scientific research in diagnostic assessment, treatment, and management across the spectrum of auditory and vestibular disorders.

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Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Biology (B.S.)

This is the starting line for career opportunities in medicine, research, and teaching. Get prepared with hands-on research, field study, and internships. Explore topics including genetics, cell biology, endocrinology,&#;brain structure and function, ecology, and the microbiome.

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Halmos College of Arts and Sciences

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Biomedical Sciences (M.B.S.)

Advance your academic training in human biology and medicine as you prepare for successful entry into our osteopathic medical or dental programs. Study gross anatomy, histology, neuroanatomy, biochemistry, microbiology, physiology, pathology, and pharmacology.

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Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Allopathic Medicine

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Business of Health (B.S.)

The health care industry requires leaders who can blend clinical knowledge with management skills to improve the patient experience while maximizing results for health care organizations. Nova Southeastern University&#;s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Business of Health prepares you to become an agent of change.&#;

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H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Cardiovascular Sonography (B.S.)

This accredited, Tampa-based program prepares you for the registry exam for two of the most sought-after specialties of diagnostic medical ultrasound: adult echocardiography (cardiac ultrasound) and vascular sonography (non-invasive vascular technology).&#;

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Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences

Location(s)

Tampa Bay, FL

Chemistry (B.S.)

Explore advanced research techniques, conduct chemical experiments, then present or publish your findings. Prepare for graduate school in a variety of science-based disciplines. Gain the experience you need for a career in education, industry, or government.

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Halmos College of Arts and Sciences

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Child Development (B.S.)

Enhance the lives of infants and young children by learning how to support child health and safety, assess their progress, meet special needs, and promote positive developmental outcomes.&#;

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Abraham S. Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Clinical Psychology (Ph.D.)

Learn empirically based research skills while investigating the psychological problems confronting contemporary society. Produce clinically relevant scientific research and scholarship while training to become a health service psychologist in a variety of scientist-practitioner roles.

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College of Psychology

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.)

Using evidence-based assessment and intervention methods, train to enter a career focused on the direct delivery of psychological services and professional practice informed by research. Gain practicum, internship, and research experience with faculty mentorship, as you prepare for licensure as a doctoral-level psychologist.

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College of Psychology

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) - Dual Admission

Earn your bachelor&#;s and Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology in 8 years plus a 1-year internship. Using evidence-based assessment and intervention methods, train to enter a career focused on the direct delivery of psychological services and professional practice informed by research. Gain practicum, internship, and research experience with faculty mentorship, as you prepare for licensure as a doctoral-level psychologist.

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College of Psychology

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Clinical Vision Research (M.S.)

This program enables working optometrists, optometric educators, optometric students, and health-care professionals to prepare for clinical vision research in a patient care or academic setting. Dive deep into your research interests with your faculty-mentored thesis.

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College of Optometry

College Student Affairs (M.S.)

Did you get so much out of your own college experience that you want to become a student affairs professional? Learn best practices in conflict analysis and resolution and organizational administration for today&#;s diverse college and university settings.

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Abraham S. Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL
Online

Communication (B.A.)

Communication is an essential skill and an expanding profession&#;ranging from journalism and production (radio, TV, and print) to digital media (vlogs, blogs, podcasts, social media). Become a more skilled and influential writer, speaker, and content creator.

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Halmos College of Arts and Sciences

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Composition, Rhetoric, and Digital Media (M.A.)

Prepare to enter a doctoral program or your career in publishing, copywriting, editing, technical writing, education, research, or web design and development. You&#;ll have opportunities to contribute to&#;our student-run literary magazine and attend conferences.

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Halmos College of Arts and Sciences

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Composition, Rhetoric, and Digital Media (M.A.) - Dual Admission

Earn your bachelor&#;s and Master of Composition, Rhetoric, and Digital Media degree in 4 years and 22 months. Become prepared for a career in publishing, copywriting, editing, technical writing, education, research, or web design and development.

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Halmos College of Arts and Sciences

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Computer Science (B.S.)

Take your career beyond coding. Gain lab and practical experience with algorithms, data structures, architecture, database and information retrieval, human-computer interaction, numerical and symbolic computation, programming languages, and software methodology and engineering.

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College of Computing and Engineering

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Computer Science (M.S.)

Prepare to solve complex, real-world problems as an AI engineer, data scientist, software engineer, systems software developer, or UI designer/developer. Learn about programming languages, the design and analysis of algorithms, operating systems, and database management.

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Computer Science (Ph.D.)

Are you in an industry, education, or government career that relies on computer science, AI, and IT to solve real-world problems? Prepare for a career as a c-level executive, university faculty member, computer scientist, R&D engineer, or senior engineer.&#;Unique format includes a blend of on-campus and online activities.

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College of Computing and Engineering

Computer Science Education (B.S.)

This major within The Fischler Academy enables you to earn a combined bachelor&#;s and master&#;s degree in four years. Learn cutting-edge teaching strategies and participate in a free international travel experience, culminating in a guaranteed teaching position.

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Abraham S. Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Conflict Analysis And Resolution (Ph.D.)

Prepare for a career as an advanced practitioner, educator, theoretician, consultant, program evaluator, or organization administrator.&#;Through faculty mentorship and interdisciplinary research, you&#;ll analyze theory, policy, program development, and history/culture.

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Counseling (M.S.)

Join an innovative program designed for the continued professional development of persons who presently serve or will serve their community in a variety of counseling or related capacities. Prepare to work with individuals, families, and groups seeking help for a variety of personal, social, career, and emotional issues.

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Criminal Justice (B.S.)

Explore the rapidly expanding fields of law enforcement, private security, courtroom services, corrections, criminal rehabilitation, and Homeland Security. Gain real-world knowledge of current law and policy through community-based experiential learning.

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Academic College

Abraham S. Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL
Online

Criminal Justice (M.S.)

In this online program with opportunities for hands-on learning, you&#;ll get the training and credentials you need to enter professional roles including police officer/sheriff, detective, FBI agent, DEA agent, Federal air marshal, ICE agent, and pre-trial officer.

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Criminal Justice (M.S.) - Dual Admission

Earn your bachelor&#;s and master&#;s degrees in Criminal Justice in 5 years. Get the training and credentials to enter professional roles including police officer/sheriff, detective, FBI agent, DEA agent, Federal air marshal, ICE agent, and pre-trial officer.

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Academic College

Abraham S. Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice

Cybersecurity Management (M.S.)

Get the skills you need to develop organizational policies related to information assurance/cyber defense. Prepare to become a chief information security officer, IT program manager, vulnerability assessment analyst, cybersecurity program manager, or information systems security manager.

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Academic College

College of Computing and Engineering

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL
Online

Cybersecurity Management (Ph.D.)

Get the technically intensive, research-based, management-focused training you need to advance your career in information security. Prepare to become a chief information security officer, college/university faculty member, R&D consultant, or VP of information security.&#;Unique format includes a blend of on-campus and online activities.

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Academic College

College of Computing and Engineering

Dance (B.A.)

Explore your creative expression, advance your technique, and gain performance experience in jazz, modern, and classical dance. Prepare for a career as a dancer, choreographer, occupational therapist, educator, studio owner, artistic director, or company manager.

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Academic College

Halmos College of Arts and Sciences

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Data Analytics (M.S.)

The Master of Science in Data Analytics program focuses on the application of concepts and methods central to data analytics, database management, data warehousing, data mining, data visualization, forecasting and predictive modeling.

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Academic College

College of Computing and Engineering

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL
Online

Dental Medicine (D.M.D.)

Advance your training, research experience, and credentials in the health profession of dentistry. Study research methodology, advanced biological science, material science, oral health, and disease. Prepare for clinical research and academic career opportunities.

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Academic College

College of Dental Medicine

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Dental Medicine (M.S.)

Students matriculated in a College of Dental Medicine clinical training program can receive advanced training in study design and research methodology. Research in this program includes various aspects of advanced biological science, material science, and issues related to oral health and disease.

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Academic College

College of Dental Medicine

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL
Online

Disaster And Emergency Management (M.S.)

Get ahead of the chaos and learn to prevent, respond to, and lead the recovery from complex disasters.&#;Learn from emergency management pros, a community internship, or research practicum. Prepare for a career with local, national, and international organizations.

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Academic College

Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL
Online

Doctor Of Medicine (M.D.)

Develop expert-level skills in medicine, critical thinking, detection, and diagnosis, as you focus on patient interactions during your clinical rotations. To elevate patient care, you&#;ll train and collaborate with an interdisciplinary team of future health care specialists.

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Academic College

Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Allopathic Medicine

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Doctor Of Optometry (O.D.)

Focus your medical training on practical experience through labs, externships, and specialty clinical rotations.&#;Examine patients in our primary eye care clinic. Develop expertise in ocular anatomy, psychophysics, physiology, microbiology, and neuroanatomy.

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Academic College

College of Optometry

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Education (M.S.)

Are you an aspiring educator or academic/administrative leader? Gain the theory-based knowledge, experiential training, and best practices you need to advance in dynamic educational settings. Choose from a variety of specializations focused on the future of education.

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Academic College

Abraham S. Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL
Fort Myers, FL
Miami, FL
Miramar, FL
Orlando, FL
Palm Beach, FL
San Juan, PR
Online

Education Law (M.S.)

Enhance your role as an education professional and advocate for students. Gain an understanding of how the law and the field of education intersect through the study of legal issues that affect teachers, school administrators, teacher unions, academic institutions, financial aid providers, government agencies, and students. Build a legal vocabulary and analytical knowledge various legal situations.

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Elementary Education – ESOL/Reading (B.S.)

Prepare to confidently lead your own classroom and meet Florida state educator requirements&#;by studying best practices for teaching mathematics, science, the arts, social studies, reading, and ESOL. Learn essential lesson planning and classroom management skills. This program is Florida approved with ESOL endorsement and Nevada Department of Education

View Elementary Education – ESOL/Reading (B.S.) Program

Academic College

Abraham S. Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL
Tampa Bay, FL
Online

Engineering (B.S.)

To solve real-world problems, engineers combine math, science, economics, and social and practical knowledge. Through hands-on projects, prepare for a career in health care, finance, manufacturing, process engineering, plant management, or transportation systems.

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Academic College

College of Computing and Engineering

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

English (B.A.)

Strong, clear, and convincing writing is essential for success in advertising, web and print content creation, and teaching composition. Analyzing literature will serve as a foundation to enhance your own creative, persuasive, and professional writing skills.

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Academic College

Halmos College of Arts and Sciences

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Entrepreneurship (B.S.B.A.)

Gain the skills and practical knowledge you need to successfully run a business. Learn from your dedicated faculty mentor, Fortune business executives, and guest lecturers while you participate in hands-on projects, case competitions, and networking events.

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Academic College

H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Environmental Science (B.S.)

Choose the science track or the environmental studies track, and explore the earth through field studies, internships, and visits to local ecosystems. Prepare for a career in technical fields, policy, or nonprofit and governmental service jobs.

View Environmental Science (B.S.) Program

Academic College

Halmos College of Arts and Sciences

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Exceptional Student Education – ESOL (B.S.)

Learn the unique of challenges of, and best practices for, teaching ESOL and students with multiple disabilities. With field experiences and an internship, you&#;ll be prepared to obtain the Florida state teacher certification you need. This program is Florida approved with ESOL endorsement and Nevada Department of Education.

View Exceptional Student Education – ESOL (B.S.) Program

Academic College

Abraham S. Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL
Tampa Bay, FL
Online

Exercise And Sport Science (B.S)

Explore the science of health, fitness, and performance improvement for the physically active.&#;Through labs and internships, you&#;ll prepare for a career as a fitness/wellness coordinator, sport performance researcher, or strength and conditioning/exercise specialist.

View Exercise And Sport Science (B.S) Program

Academic College

Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Experimental Psychology (M.S.)

Gain experience by conducting independent research projects that advance your knowledge of human behavior. Advance into a career that could include teaching and research in industrial, government, private consulting, health care, and community settings.

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Academic College

College of Psychology

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Finance (B.S.B.A.)

Prepare for your future in the finance industry. Explore administration and operations essentials with mentorship from biz execs. Through real-world projects, you&#;ll learn about foreign currencies, investments, portfolio theory and management, and forecasting.

View Finance (B.S.B.A.) Program

Academic College

H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship

Location(s)

Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL

Sours: https://www.nova.edu/degrees.html
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Transferring from a Virginia Community College

VCCS Students

William & Mary welcomes&#;applications&#;from students transferring from Virginia's Community College System.

Admission

There are two paths for guaranteed admission to W&M for VCCS students:

Guaranteed Admission

The&#;Guaranteed Admission Agreement&#;between William & Mary and all schools in the VCCS guarantees admission to those students who complete&#;certain requirements.&#;

Co-enrollment Program

This allows currently enrolled students at these campuses to take courses at William & Mary while pursuing their associate degree and while working towards completion of the guaranteed admission agreement. Questions regarding the co-enrollment agreement including how to become a co-enrolled student should be addressed to the&#;contact&#;for each school that is part of the agreement.&#;William & Mary has established co-enrollment agreements with these schools:

Richard Bland College

William & Mary has a separate guaranteed admission and bridge program agreement with RBC.

Thomas Nelson Community College

Contact: Tom Rockson
or
[email protected]&#;

To Apply

Even when you meet all the requirements for guaranteed admission, and are co-enrolled, you must complete the application to W&M.

We recognize that some students may not meet the requirements spelled out in the Guaranteed Admission Agreement. You may still be considered for admission - follow the standard transfer student&#;application procedure. Students transferring from a two-year school with an associate degree and a cumulative GPA above a are generally competitive applicants.

If you have not completed the associate's degree, admission to W&M is not guaranteed. To be a competitive candidate, you should have a well-rounded program of study and a cumulative GPA of around in VCCS. You should plan your college courses carefully using the&#;VCCS Course Equivalencies&#;[pdf]&#;to maximize the course credits that can transfer to W&M.

Transferring your VCCS Courses

Many of the courses you take at VCCS have&#;W&M equivalents&#;[pdf]. If you plan your coursework carefully, you may be able to transfer into W&M with some of your&#;COLL and proficiency requirements&#;fulfilled.&#;

Academics

William & Mary grants junior status to entering transfer students who come from VCCS with a completed Associate of Arts, Associate of Sciences or Associate of Arts & Sciences degree in a baccalaureate-oriented program. You may wait until the end of your first semester at W&M to&#;declare your major. The courses you take at community college will determine your readiness to take advanced courses at W&M.&#;

Helpful Links
Sours: https://www.wm.edu/admission/undergraduateadmission/how-to-apply/transfers/vccs_students/index.php
Should I Get an Associate's Or A Bachelor's Degree?

Does Nova accept everyone?

NOVA has an open door admission policy. Any person 18 years of age or older who holds a high school diploma or equivalent can take advantage of our academic opportunities.

Does Northern Virginia Community College require SAT?

SAT scores are not required for admission consideration at Northern Virginia Community College.

How do I get into NOVA Community College?

Click Enroll in the Academics section.

  1. Step 1 &#; Enter Class Number and Click &#;enter&#;
  2. Step 2 &#; To complete the Registration Process Click on the Box That Shows &#;PROCEED TO STEP 2 OF 3&#;
  3. Step 3 &#; Confirm All Classes and Finish Enrolling.
  4. Step 4 – View Results and Be Sure You Receive Message of Success : Enrolled.

Does Nova require transcripts?

Applicants to George Mason University must use the Parchment system to submit official NOVA transcripts to the Office of Admissions. Do not send a NOVA transcript before applying for admission to MASON. MASON does not accept NOVA paper transcripts or emailed transcripts.

How do you get on the Nova pathway?

How to Get Started

  1. Find out if your high school participates in Pathway.
  2. Work with a Pathway Counselor to develop your custom plan.
  3. Apply for financial aid and scholarships.
  4. Enroll for classes at NOVA.
  5. Continue working through Pathway with an on-campus Pathway Counselor.

What is Nova pathway?

The Pathway to the Baccalaureate Program increases access to higher education for selected, underrepresented students from participating Northern Virginia high schools. The program is designed to serve students who have both the motivation and capacity to earn a bachelor&#;s degree.

Which of the following degrees is designed for a student who plans to transfer to a four year degree granting institution for the completion of a Bachelor of Arts BA degree?

Associate of Arts Degree

How many units is a bachelor&#;s degree?

Bachelor&#;s degrees require between and semester units, or between and quarter units.

What are the first two years of college?

2-year Associates Degree Requirements In the United States, an associate&#;s degree is equivalent to the first two years of a four-year college or university degree. It is the lowest in the hierarchy of postsecondary academic degrees offered.

What degree makes you a college graduate?

Most students earn a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or Bachelor of Science degree (B.S.). Other types of bachelor&#;s degrees include the Bachelor of Fine Arts or Bachelor of Architecture degree. Graduate degrees are advanced degrees pursued after earning a bachelor&#;s degree.

Is someone with an associate&#;s degree considered a college graduate?

An associate&#;s degree is a two-year degree awarded by community colleges. I&#;ve never heard of a four year school awarding associates degrees. Now, to answer your question, yes, if you have an associate&#;s degree, you ARE a college graduate. An associate&#;s degree is a two-year degree awarded by community colleges.

Is a PhD worth it anymore?

A PhD can hurt your finances, sink you in debt, and leave you with no clear path to success in some fields. But PhDs statistically earn more than their and have lower unemployment rates. A PhD also gives you a world-class mind, a global network, and a skill set that can go just about anywhere.

Sours: https://www.mvorganizing.org/does-nova-accept-everyone/

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Admission agreements

State policy on transfer agreement

VCU welcomes applications from Virginia community colleges and Richard Bland students who have earned the Associate in Arts, Associate in Science or Associate in Arts and Science degrees, or approved A.A.S. or A.S. programs in general studies (see No. 8).

Students holding these degrees will have junior standing and, as long as they have earned a minimum grade of C in all the transferable courses, will be considered to have met all lower-division general education requirements for Monroe Park Campus programs, except for certain lower-level and upper-level program requirements that also apply to native students. (See below for more information about requirements for all students.)

Students should closely follow the detailed course suggestions offered for Virginia community colleges and Richard Bland College. By selecting certain courses to fulfill requirements within the three associate degree programs, additional lower-division courses needed after transfer to VCU can be held to a minimum.

Additionally:

  • Students must make proper application for admission to VCU.
  • Only courses with grades of C or higher are transferable.
  • Credits needed to meet major prerequisites will be based on the transfer course equivalents tool or agreements resulting from program-to-program transfer agreements. (See the list of detailed course suggestions.)
  • Students will not be required to repeat courses that have been satisfactorily completed at a Virginia community college except in cases where special restrictions apply to all students.
  • Applicants to competitive degree programs are not guaranteed admission but will be evaluated on the same basis as native students.

For students with any of the associate degrees from a VCCS institution or Richard Bland College, VCU degree requirements in effect at the date of the student’s admission to the VCCS or RBC associate degree program will be used in certifying the student for graduation if the student has not interrupted their associate degree more than two consecutive semesters (excluding summer sessions).

Requirements of native students which would apply to associate-degree holders

  1. Writing requirements: The core education program writing requirement at VCU includes UNIV , UNIV  and UNIV Students who complete ENG and ENG at the community college with a minimum grade of C in both classes have fulfilled all core education program writing requirements (UNIV , UNIV  and UNIV ) at VCU. For associate degree holders, completion of ENGL and ENGL at RBC with a minimum grade of C in both classes will fulfill the UNIV , UNIV  and UNIV  requirement. For RBC students who transfer without an associate degree, ENGL at RBC=UNIV  at VCU; ENGL at RBC=ENGL  at VCU; and ENGL at RBC=UNIV  at VCU.
  2. Foreign language: All bachelor’s degree programs in the College of Humanities and Sciences, School of Social Work and VCU Life Sciences require competency through the elementary level of a foreign language; some majors require competency through the intermediate level.
  3. Mathematics/statistics: All bachelor’s degree programs in the College of Humanities and Sciences have mathematics/statistics requirements that must be met. See specific programs for required courses and their equivalents.
  4. The School of Social Work requires a GPA for admission to upper-level courses. The School of Business requires a minimum GPA for admission to upper-level course work. Please contact the Office of Undergraduate Studies in the School of Business for the current minimum GPA required. The School of Media and Culture requires a GPA for admission to upper-level work. For students pursuing careers in early or secondary education through the Extended Teacher Preparation Program of the College of Humanities and Sciences and the School of Education, a GPA and successful completion of the Praxis I examination are required for entry into Teacher Preparation, a stage in the program after the student has completed at least 60 credits. For students applying to majors in the School of the Arts, a portfolio evaluation for visual arts applicants and an audition for performance applicants are required.
  5. The professional baccalaureate programs within the schools of Social Work and Nursing, the College of Health Professions, the Dental Hygiene Program in the School of Dentistry, and the doctoral programs in physical therapy and pharmacy have specific program-related, lower-level requirements that must be completed to apply to and enter health sciences programs and to achieve success in the programs, if admitted. The health, physical education and exercise science programs have specific lower-level requirements related to state-approved program status, professional certification and entry into the practicum sequence. Specified science courses are a prerequisite for entry into upper-level kinesiology and exercise science courses.
  6. Transfer work from some occupational or technical programs is reviewed under specific conditions for the Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies program and the special program in nursing for community college R.N.-degree holders who wish to complete the Bachelor of Science in nursing.
  7. Students wishing to transfer to the College of Engineering must have a GPA with no grades below a C. Also, B grades or better must be attained in mathematics, science or engineering courses to be considered for transfer. Transfer students from the VCCS will follow the VCCS and VCU admission agreement for engineering.
  8. The A.A.S. and A.S. programs in general studies are considered transfer degrees by VCU.
  9. Senior capstone experience: All bachelor’s degree programs require the completion of a senior capstone experience within the major as part of the VCU core curriculum.
  10. Detailed information about Virginia Community College System/VCU and Richard Bland College/VCU transfer-equivalent courses is available through the course equivalency tables.
Sours: https://transfer.vcu.edu/prospective/agreements/
Associate Degree Tier List (2 Year Degrees Ranked)

Transferring from the Virginia Community College System or Richard Bland College

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There are multiple pathways to JMU from Virginia's community colleges and Richard Bland College. It is important that you familiarize yourself with the various options since each has an&#;impact on the courses you take while still&#;at the community college. Regardless of which pathway you choose, you must still apply for full admission to the university.

Contact the appropriate Transfer Advising Coordinator for your community college with any questions related to academic advising. &#;

Want to know if a JMU Transfer Advising Coordinator will be visiting your college? Check&#;the JMU Transfer Advisor Visitation Schedule.

Path #1: The Guaranteed Admission Agreement (GAA)

Read more about&#;the Guaranteed Admission Agreement. JMU has a GAA with the VCCS and Richard Bland College.&#;

Checklist
  • Sign a Letter of Intent with a community college counselor in the semester during which you will complete&#;the associate degree.
  • Maintain a cumulative GPA and adhere to specific requirements as outlined in the GAA.
  • Earn an approved associate degree&#;from a Virginia community college or Richard Bland College.
  • Apply to JMU - you must complete the on line application to complete the process.
Benefits
  • Admission to JMU is guaranteed.
  • Completion of an approved associate degree fulfills JMU's General Education requirements.
  • Entrance to&#;JMU with junior standing.1

&#;

Path #2: Regular Admission with an Associate Degree

Read more about&#;transferring with an associate degree.&#;

Checklist
Benefits
  • Completion of an approved associate degree fulfills JMU's General Education requirements.
  • Entrance to&#;JMU with junior standing.1

&#;

Path #3: Regular Admission without an Associate Degree

Read more about&#;transferring without an associate degree.

Checklist

1Please note that junior standing does not guarantee that you can complete your JMU degree in two years. The number of credit hours required by individual majors varies widely. Some majors have admission and progression standards that must be met before you can progress to upper division course work. It is important to research your intended JMU major so that you are familiar with specific requirements.

Sours: https://www.jmu.edu/transfer/VCCStransfer/index.shtml

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ADVANCE

Plan Your Path to Mason in ADVANCE

Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) and George Mason University created the ADVANCE program to streamline your journey toward a bachelor's degree.

Approximately 3, NOVA students transfer to Mason each year. ADVANCE aims to help even more students by providing the support they need to earn a bachelor's degree within four years. The program offers:

Advance Student
  • Major Cost Savings! Completing your associate degree at NOVA before transferring to Mason will save you tuition costs.
  • Make every Credit Count. Specialized, aligned curriculum from NOVA to Mason ensures all credits transfer toward your selected degree program.
  • Dedicated Success Coaches. Success coaches provide you with continuous support and guidance, from your enrollment at NOVA to your graduation from Mason.
  • Access: You will be eligible to access recreational facilities, sporting and cultural events at NOVA and Mason as well as virtual events such as career services events, virtual library, seminars, NOVA and Mason student clubs, and organizations.
  • Co-Enrollment. You are eligible to take select classes at Mason while you are enrolled at NOVA.
  • ADVANCE Your Career. Enjoy special internship and co-curricular experiences that will prepare you for career success.

MEET YOUR ADVANCE ADMISSIONS COUNSELOR

Adriana L

Adriana Latham
Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions

Email: [email protected]

Recruitment Territories: Northern Virginia Community College

Favorite thing about Mason:  Love the internationally diverse student body and faculty, coupled by the warmth that it brings. To be able to come onto the campus and experience the richness of different cultures and backgrounds is an experience in and of itself.

Advice for students getting ready to apply for college: Make sure you submit documents on time and completely. Open and read your email daily as there is always important information. Pursue your dream!

Favorite Washington, D.C. or Northern Virginia attraction: Washington Monuments and the Potomac River.

Sours: https://www2.gmu.edu/admissions-aid/advance


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