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REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION TO ONE-YEAR ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS

Graduation from a four-year accredited college or completion of at least 30 transferable credits from an accredited college with a minimum of 24 credits equivalent to FIT’s General Education requirements: 3 credits in college-level mathematics above basic algebra (G2; B&T Majors: MA222 Statistics recommended); 3

Credits in English composition (G1; Composition taught in English); 3 credits in literature or speech; 3 credits in physical science, biology, or life science ( G3). The remainder General Education credits are outlined below by school designation. Six (6) additional transferable elective credits are required for 30 transferable credits. Listing of FIT’s General Education courses

For applicants to School of Business and Technology and Liberal Arts: 12 credits in General Education areas G4-G10 from minimum of 2 different areas ( 4 different areas recommended)—G4: Social Science ( B&T majors: SS141 Macroeconomics recommended.

Western Civilization;G6: Arts; G7: Humanities; G8: Foreign Language; G9: Other World Civilizations; G10: American History 3. For applicants to Art and Design: a strong portfolio containing representative examples of their art and design work ( see Artwork Evaluation (p. 17)) and 6 credits of Art History, plus 6 credits in G4-G10 areas ( 2 different areas recommended); G4:

Social Science; G5: Western Civilization;G6: Arts; G7: Humanities; G8: Foreign Language; G9: Other World Civilizations; G10: American History 4. General Education Exemptions: An earned bachelor’s degree or equivalent from an accredited four-year institution (US or

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International) may exempt a student from all of the above general education requirements except 3 credits of English Composition ( i.e, composition taught in English) and for Art and Design majors, 6 credits of Art History . If required to take English Composition or Art History, the student is expected to take the missing courses in the summer before starting the degree program.

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