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One requirement for entry into the University of Florida BS Geomatics degree program is the successful completion of undergraduate tracking courses with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5. The UF Academic Advising GPA Calculator can be used as a resource to determine your GPA under UF’s admissions policies. Below are tracking courses for prospective students at colleges local to the Fort Lauderdale Research & Education Center.

Broward College

Broward College Course Descriptions

a. SPC 1608 Introduction to Public Speaking 3 credits
b. ECO 2013 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 credits
  or ECO 2023 Principles of Microeconomics 3 credits
c. PHY 2053 & PHY 2053L General Physics I & Lab 3+1 credits
  or PHY 2048 & PHY 2048L General Physics w/ Calculus I & Lab 4+1 credits
d. PHY 2054 & PHY 2054L General Physics II & Lab 3+1 credits
  or PHY 2049 & PHY 2049L General Physics w/ Calculus II & Lab 4+1 credits
e. STA 2023 Statistics 3 credits
f. MAC 2311 Calculus and Analytical Geometry I 5 credits
  or MAC 1114 & MAC2233 Trigonometry & Calculus for Business 3+3 credits
g. COP1000C Intro to Computer Programming 3 credits
  or COP1334 Intro to C++ Programming 3 credits

ENC2210 (ENC1210) Technical Writing is no longer a prerequisite tracking course. However, this course satisfies the upper division writing class requirement for BS Geomatics students. Thus, many students opt to incorporate ENC2210 into their AA degree program.

The CALS Transfer Guide and CALS Transfer page have further information for prospective University of Florida Geomatics transfer students.