Graduate Certificate Admissions Requirements
Upon successful completion of the courses required for the certificate program, students will receive a University of Florida Graduate Certificate in Wildlife Forensic Sciences and Conservation. The certificate consists of 15 credits. Students must earn a B average to be eligible to earn the certificate.
Note: Students are expected to maintain a 3.0 GPA in the program
Certificate Minimum Requirements: For All (Domestic and International) Applicants
- A bachelor’s degree in a natural science subject OR a DVM degree. If your bachelor’s degree is not in a natural science subject, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- An upper-division GPA of 2.0 (C grade) or better
Transferring Course Credits
Three credits of coursework taken as a UF non-degree student can be applied toward a certificate program. Coursework from another university cannot be accepted for credit toward a certificate. No more than 3 credits taken as a non-degree student can be applied towards a certificate.
In order for the credits to be applied towards the certificate, the following criteria have to be met:
- The student must be formally admitted to the certificate program.
- The non-degree coursework grades must be a B grade or higher.
- The coursework taken as a non-degree seeking student must pertain to the certificate program the student is admitted to.