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To be eligible for the Bachelor of Science in Forest Resources and Conservation, the student must:

  • complete satisfactorily all courses required for the degree,
  • earn 120 acceptable semester credit hours,
  • have a cumulative junior-/senior-level GPA of 2.0 (computed for all UF course work taken beyond 60 hours) and a minimum cumulative GPA of 20 in all courses required for the major,
  • complete the last 30 credits applied toward the baccalaureate degree in residence in the School of Forest Resources and Conservation,
  • file formal application for the degree in the Office of the University Registrar during the semester he/she expects to graduate. The official calendar lists the latest date each semester for filing degree applications.
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