The program conforms to regulatory agency guidelines and offers several options as specified below.
Link to Course Descriptions for the College for Design and Social Inquiry Academic Mission The College for Design and Social Inquiry is a unique configuration of professional programs addressing social justice, design, public policy and planning in and for communities.
The College strives to develop solutions through the integration and synergy of diverse disciplines by building knowledge and testing theoretical frameworks.
In doing so, the College prepares future leaders, scholars and innovators to advocate for solutions through action.
Instructional outcomes prepare students for admission to professional schools in areas such as criminal justice, law, public administration, social work and urban and regional planning and a variety of positions in the public, private and nonprofit sectors. Students completing degree programs in the College for Design and Social Inquiry are prepared to assume the role of responsible citizenship in our increasingly complex society.
At the graduate level, the College offers degree programs leading to the Master of Science with a major in Criminology and Criminal Justice M. Details on all of the above degree program offerings are listed in this section under the schools in which the programs are offered.
The schools are listed in alphabetical order: The credit program includes 15 credits of upper-division coursework in one discipline, which students select in consultation with an advisor.
Admission Requirements and Recommendations Applicants for admission to the College for Design and Social Inquiry must meet the general freshman or transfer admission requirements of the University.
Consult the Admissions section of this catalog for specific requirements. Students applying to the College for Design and Social Inquiry must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2. For additional admission requirements for each school, consult the appropriate sections below.
Should there be any outstanding requirements at the time of application to the College, attempts should be made to complete these deficiencies early in the junior year. The School of Architecture requires that all prerequisites be met prior to the beginning of upper-division design classes at FAU.
Successful achievement of the educational objectives of degree programs is based upon the assumption that students have attained general education competencies. In addition, transfer students should have fulfilled the University's writing requirement WAC and math requirement Gordon Rule ; see the Degree Requirements section of this catalog for details.
Degree Requirements All candidates for a baccalaureate degree from the College for Design and Social Inquiry must satisfy all: General baccalaureate degree requirements of the University with a minimum of approved credits in academic courses, except Architecture, which requires a minimum of approved credits.
Requirements for the degree as specified by the school in which the program is offered. These requirements are listed in the sections describing the various degree programs below.
Requirements of the College for Design and Social Inquiry. Requirements of the College for Design and Social Inquiry 1. Students must declare a major as early as possible. Students must complete each course and the number of credits required in the major as prescribed by the particular degree program.
Courses in the major must be completed with a grade of "C" or better. A grade of "C-" does not satisfy the requirement.
Any coursework in the major's field transferred from another institution must be approved by the major's school. Outstanding prerequisites should be satisfied early in the junior year, except in the School of Architecture. The School of Architecture requires that all prerequisites, including general education and preprofessional, be met prior to enrolling in the upper-division level or above design studio sequence.
Failure to fulfill all prerequisites prevents entry into any design studio. Students who have not met prerequisites will be administratively withdrawn from the course at the time the deficiency is determined to exist.
Third attempts in core courses require completion of the College for Design and Social Inquiry Undergraduate Petition.
The petition is reviewed by a committee that includes the program coordinator for the student's major and advising personnel.
Denial of the third attempt for a course requires the student to meet with Academic Advising to discuss changing the student's major.
A minimum FAU grade point average of 2. The College's programs offer internships that meet degree requirements. Consult with the appropriate faculty internship coordinator for internship planning.
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