Login
Copyright
 

University of Central Florida Video Review

University of Central Florida Video Review Transcript

The University of Central Florida is located in Orlando, Florida. The most popular majors among undergrads are business, management and marketing, education, psychology, health professions and engineering. The University of Central Florida offers certificates in addition to bachelors, masters, specialist and doctoral level degree programs.

The University of Central Florida is located east of downtown Orlando and is the largest undergraduate school in the state of Florida. UCF's business program was awarded a ranking of 126 on the America's Best Colleges list.

UCF was initially founded with the goal of providing highly trained personnel to the Kennedy Space Center and it still maintains a satellite campus at the Space Center today. In addition to a thriving online degree program and the Space Center campus, the university has 11 other satellite campuses in eastern central Florida. The main campus in Orlando was designed to be a pedestrian-oriented campus.

Students can earn everything from bachelor's degrees to doctorate degrees, as well as certificates and specialist degrees. Pre-professional programs are offered in law and medicine. The most popular majors at UCF are business, management and marketing, education, psychology, health professions and engineering.

The university is organized into twelve colleges providing nearly 100 separate undergraduate courses of study, and the majority of the student population is located at the main campus. Central Florida is known for its student activism, and students can participate in over 300 registered organizations, as well as 40 fraternities and sororities.

Students who want to get accepted to Central Florida must compete in a 'more selective' admission process with a 52 percent acceptance rate. The typical incoming freshman has a grade point average of 3.6 and SAT test scores between 1,060 and 1,250. In fact, 93 percent of students graduated in the top 50 percent of their high school classes.

-statistics compiled by U.S. News and World Report in its annual list 'America's Best Colleges.'

University of Central Florida Video Review Related Articles