Limited Access Programs

How to apply for more selective majors

A limited-access program is one where program admission and registration in program classes are restricted to a certain number of students meeting pre-determined criteria. This means that you are initially accepted into the university as a pre-major and then you must submit a supplemental application for consideration for acceptance into a limited-access undergraduate major. Limited-access status is justified where student demand exceeds available resources (student/faculty ratios, instructional facilities, equipment or specific accrediting requirements) or students require minimum skills to be admitted into the program (such as Music or PGA Golf Management). Limited-access programs have separate admissions processes and selection criteria. Not all students who meet the selection criteria are admitted into these majors. The selection process is competitive and space is limited in each incoming class.

Degree programs that require a supplemental application due to limited access are listed below. Admission to FGCU does not guarantee admission to any of these programs.

Marieb College of Health & Human Services:

  • BS Clinical Laboratory Science
  • BSN Nursing

College of Arts & Sciences:

  • BME Music Education
  • BA Music - Performance
  • BMT Music Therapy

Lutgert College of Business:

  • BS PGA Golf Management 

 

Students do not need to submit supplemental applications until their sophomore year or completion of program prerequisite requirements. 


All undergraduate majors in the Marieb College of Health & Human Services have a selective admissions process. Some of these programs are designated as limited access as described above. The selective admissions process requires students to meet certain selection criteria to be considered for admissions as a full major. Learn more about the selective admissions process.


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