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Policy on Transfer of Credit for the Florida Engineering Education Delivery System (FEEDS) at FAMU

FEEDS was established by an act of the Florida Legislature to provide opportunity for graduate work from all SUS Engineering programs for Florida Professional Engineers so that they can earn aMaster’s degree in Engineering while employed.

Admitted graduate students in the FAMU/FSU College of Engineering who wish to participate in the Florida Engineering Education Delivery System (FEEDS) program must adhere to the following guidelines:
  1. Student shall earn at least fifty percent (50%) of all credits applied to the Masters program in the FAMU/FSU College of Engineering.
  2. A maximum of six hours can be transferred from universities outside the State University System (SUS).
  3. Student is in good academic standing i.e., GPA 3.00, not on suspension.
  4. Consult with the FEEDS Coordinator

Honors-Undergraduate
A.    Honor Roll-The Honor Roll listing shall include those students who are enrolled full-time in college-level degree credit earning courses, who have attained a 3.0 or above semester grade point average (GPA), and whose cumulative GPA is 2.5 or above.
B.    Dean’s List-The Dean’s List shall include those students who are enrolled full-time in college-level degree credit earning courses, who have attained a 3.5 or above semester GPA and whose cumulative GPA is 3.0 or above.
C.    Graduation with Honors-Eligibility for graduation with honors by students of Florida A&M University requires the following cumulative grade point averages: 3.70-4.00-Summa Cum Laude; 3.30-3.69-Magna Cum Laude; 3.00-3.29-Cum Laude.  All grades earned up to the submission of the application for graduation will be used to compute grade point averages for awarding “graduate with honors”. Only students who are candidates for bachelors and professional degrees are eligible for graduation with honors.

Transfer students must earn a minimum of 60 credit hours at Florida A&M University in order to be eligible to graduate with honors.

Class Attendance Regulations
Students are expected to make the most of the educational opportunities available by regularly attending classes and laboratory periods. Therefore, the university reserves the right to deal with individual cases of non-attendance.

Students are responsible for all assignments, quizzes, and examinations at the time they are due and may not use their absence from class as a plea for extensions of time to complete assignments or for permission to take make-up examinations or quizzes.

Absence from class for cause: (a) participation in recognized university activities, (b) personal illness properly certified, or (c) emergencies caused by circumstances over which the student has no immediate control will be excused by the dean or director of the unit in which the student is enrolled.

Specifically, the class attendance regulations will apply to all students as follows:

A student will be permitted one unexcused absence per credit hour of the course he or she is attending. A student exceeding the number of unexcused absences may be dropped from the course and assigned the grade of “F.” Students may be readmitted to the class with the dean’s and the instructor’s permission.