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The University of South Florida (USF) in Tampa was the first state university planned and opened in the 20th century, as well as the first to be located in a vibrant and rapidly expanding urban setting.

As west central Florida grew into a megalopolis stretching from Tampa Bay to southwest Florida, USF in Tampa expanded to become “the USF System” with independently accredited campuses in St. Petersburg and Sarasota. Each offers leisure activities that appeal to students and faculty taking a break between classes, as well as to visitors from around the neighborhood and around the world. The Sarasota-Manatee campus is an hour’s drive to the south of the main campus, and the St. Petersburg campus lies in between, so you’ll want to do some advance planning if you’re planning to take in all three. A good place to relax and get organized is the Marshall Student Center, located at the northern entrance to the Tampa campus. Don’t let USF’s bellicose mascot fool you: the true nature of the Bulls is best reflected in USF’s description of the Marshall Center as a place "where lifelong associations and friendships are developed; memories are created; and lives are enriched. The Marshall Student Center aspires to be the first and fondest thought that students, staff and faculty have when they remember their time at USF.” You’ll find Bulls of all ages refueling at the eight fast food venues in the Center, or enjoying a special celebration at On Top of the Palms , which offers “sophisticated dining” and a birds-eye view of USF’s  MLK Plaza . Traffic picks up at the Marshall Center on Wednesdays during the fall and spring semesters, when vendors and bargain hunters meet at USF's outdoor “Bull Market .” The Center’s Ballroom and Oval Theater are home to guest lectures featuring nationally prominent speakers .

The Tampa campus’ Sun Dome is the home of USF’s men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball teams and a rowdy place to be when fans put on their school colors, green and gold, and come out to cheer the Bulls.

The Tampa campus’ Yuengling Center is the home of USF’s men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball teams and a rowdy place to be when fans put on their school colors, green and gold, and come out to cheer the Bulls.

- Eve Edelheit for VISIT FLORIDA

The Tampa campus’ Yuengling Center  is the home of USF’s men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball teams and a rowdy place to be when fans put on their school colors, green and gold, and come out to cheer the Bulls. The 10,000 seat venue is large enough to attract artists like nine-time Grammy Award-winner Mary J. Blige, and speakers like actor and activist George Takei, yet small enough that you don’t need screens to see them. USF’s Music Building and Concert Hall is among the top acoustically perfect performance spaces in the nation and a magnet for internationally known artists who frequent USF to teach and perform. Theater and dance round out USF’s arts calendar.

Nature lovers will delight in the Tampa campus’ 16-acre USF Botanical Gardens . Come early in the day, because you won't want to rush as you explore the Gardens’ vast collection which includes fruit trees and palms from around the world, along with orchids, begonias, mallows, bromeliads, gingers, ferns, aroids, cycads, and carnivorous plants.

Keep an eye out for native insects, gopher tortoises, and more than 60 species of birds, all enjoying the herb and scent gardens, as well as the butterfly garden. Check the website often for special events offered throughout the year, as well as up-to-the minute information about current weather conditions in the Gardens.

USF’s Graphicstudio was founded in 1968 and has been on the forefront of contemporary art ever since. Internationally known artists come to Tampa to “pursue new directions to advance their practice” and to inspire students and faculty. You can see examples of their work at the USF Contemporary Art Museum (CAM), where exhibits focus on “current cultural trends” from Florida as well as from other continents.

CAM’s holdings include contemporary photography and African art, as well as graphics and sculpture by internationally acclaimed Graphicstudio artists in residence, such as Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg and James Rosenquist.

Enjoy the view from the bridge as you cross Tampa Bay to continue your adventure at the Bulls’ St. Petersburg home .  From modest beginnings as an “overflow campus,” USF St. Petersburg has emerged as the “Jewel on Bayboro Harbor” and a major contributor to St. Petersburg’s downtown renaissance. USF St. Petersburg offers daily 90-minute walking tours; on Fridays, the tour expands to two hours and features a short faculty lecture. Public lectures on a variety of topics are offered weekly in the University Student Center, a striking building which features a 65-foot-tall multicolored glass-enclosed circular staircase for the campus’ residential tower, and an 8,000-square-foot curtain of glass along 6 th Avenue South. The Reef dining hall is open to the public and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week.

The Sarasota-Manatee campus is the newest “bull run” in the USF system. With its main building surrounding an expansive and attractively landscaped courtyard stocked with hammocks and seating areas, you might mistake the place for a resort.    

But students and faculty are focused on the serious business of “personal growth and intellectual development.” See for yourself in the beautiful 200-seat Selby Auditorium, where the Knowledge-a-Bull Speaker Series hosts public intellectuals from every corner of academia to “engage the community in cutting-edge conversations with experts on subjects that mean something to our lives.”

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By Leigh Perkins | Last Updated: Nov 28, 2023

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When you’re narrowing your college list, everyone will tell you that the best way to choose a school is to get to know it personally and that the best way to do that is by taking a campus tour. But how do you choose between a self-guided tour or an open house? What’s better, a virtual experience or a student-guided group tour? No style of college visit in person or online will be perfect for every student or every school, but our quick guide will help you decide what’s the best type of campus tour for you.

Consider the On-Campus Tour

You’re imagining yourself as a student there in real life, so why not visit the campus in person? Your schedule, budget, tolerance for crowds, interest in specialty programs, and campus must-see list will influence which on-campus tour will work in your favor.

The Student-Guided Tour Group

The traditional, official campus tour is a formal group tour with student-led guides who showcase points of interest on campus and answer your questions.

  • Why you’ll like it: Official group tours are efficient, friendly, and packed with useful information delivered with a student’s perspective. You’ll see campus amenities, eat with students, and often meet with advisors from admissions or financial aid. This is your opportunity to take it all in and listen to the group’s Q&A, but don’t worry about memorizing the average SAT score or the retention rate. On the tour, just soak it in.
  • Make sure you do this: Seize the chance to sit in on a class if offered, to see whether the classroom size and teaching style mesh with your expectations.
  • Top tip: Arrange ahead of time to meet with a professor, student, coach, or staff member in the major, sport, art, or activity you’re excited to pursue in college. Personal connections can make all the difference when evaluating your favorite schools.

The Self-Guided Walking Tour

No frills, no crowds, no filter, a self-guided tour is the way to customize your visit, providing what could be a more honest appraisal of the students, professors, and facilities.

  • Why you’ll like it: Following either a printed walking guide or a downloaded app, you can hit the highlights, learn some facts, and see what the school thinks is most important, but you can also skip around. Bonus: You do it all on your schedule, even weekends when the official tour is rarely available. The USF Tampa campus self-guided tour takes about two hours , but you can zip through it or slow your pace to enjoy a whole day on campus.
  • Make sure you do this: Find the coffee shop closest to the center of campus. Sit. Watch. Listen. Can you see yourself enjoying the company of these students for four years?
  • Top tip: Go unofficial. The official self-guided tour will lead you to the campus selling points (New dorms! Founder’s statue!), but your discovery tour should focus on student life . Check out the academic departments related to the major you’re interested in and the spots on campus where students hang out.

The Open House

Often your first foray onto a college campus, an open house is when a school throws open its doors to welcome hundreds of students and their families.

  • Why you’ll like it: An open house is lively, fun, and flexible . You’ll learn about financial aid, campus safety, and residence halls, but mostly you’ll get a feel for the campus and have the freedom to wander through buildings, greenspaces, and eateries.
  • Make sure you do this: Seek out students. Ask them about the things that truly matter to you, from sustainability to sororities to sleeping in on the weekend. They’ll be happy to chat about campus clubs, activities, and what it’s really like to be a student there.
  • Top tip: This is the most crowded way to tour campus, so don’t expect a one-on-one meeting with admissions or financial aid, but do go off the beaten path to explore the campus art gallery or climbing wall. Finding hidden treasures can make you feel an instant connection to a campus community.

The Overnight Visit

Although not the most common way students get to know a campus, staying overnight (or for a whole weekend) in a residence hall is the most informative type of visit. Becoming part of the scene will make the college come alive for you in a way that a fly-by visit never could.

  • Why you’ll like it: You’ll feel like a real student when you have a sleepover in a dorm , either with a friend or with a student chosen through the admissions office. Whether you’re there just to hang out with a buddy who is already enrolled or you’re doing the official overnighter, you’ll benefit from attending class, eating in the dining hall, sweating in the gym, taking in a concert, dropping by a party – the real student stuff.
  • Make sure you do this: Urge your overnight roomie and friends to spill the beans on what bugs them about this campus – leaf blowers at 7:30 in the morning, too few spots in freshman classes, the winters? Harsh reality can help you see past your rose-colored glasses to make informed decisions about a college, or it can confirm for you that no leaf blower in the world could keep you from applying.
  • Top tip: If you are a multicultural applicant, take full advantage of college fly-in and diversity programs . They’re often free or come at little cost to you.

Consider the Virtual Tour

If an in-person campus tour is impossible, it’s virtual reality to the rescue. A 360-degree virtual walking tour can immerse you in the dorms, classrooms, stadium, pool, and theater, all in the palm of your hand.

  • Why you’ll like it: It’s a free, fun, fast way to weigh your options or preview a campus before you commit to an on-campus, real-life tour. Some schools go all in, with apps that require VR goggles , but most are a snap to click through on any device at any time. Virtual tours offer panoramic views of campus, but they also give a more intimate peek into the school’s vibe and culture. USF’s virtual tour of the three campuses invites you into academic buildings and recreation facilities along sunny palm-lined pathways – it’s Florida, after all!
  • Make sure you do this: Watch supplemental videos and click through social media to get a fuller picture of each campus, not just how it looks at its shiny best for the VR tour.
  • Top tip: If you’re an international student , the virtual tour might be your only tour until the first day of class, so watch it with an eye on the campus map. Comparing the two will give you a sense of where you are in VR and where you’ll be IRL.

Consider Alternative Experiences

If it’s not your style to take the traditional or virtual hike across campus, you might prefer a premium tour package (for a price) or the heady one-day event known as Instant Decision Day.

Paid College Campus Tour Package

You can pay a for-profit company to handle college tour travel arrangements including airfare, hotels, and meals. You’ll visit a range of public, private, urban, and rural schools in a geographic region over three to six days.

  • Why you’ll like it: If your parents are unable or unwilling to hoof it across your long list of campuses but willing to pay a premium for you to do so with a professional travel guide, you’ll explore campuses with a busload of other college-bound students. Some school districts subsidize tours for students who would not otherwise be able to visit distant colleges.
  • Make sure you do this: Research college travel outfits that offer specialty tours, such as historically black campuses or STEM tours.
  • Top tip: College tour companies usually handle high school-sponsored groups of 20 to 30 students, but a few, including one that specializes in Florida colleges , are open to any interested student. Your expenses could range from a few hundred dollars to sky-high .

Instant Decision Day

If you want to tour your top-choice campus and find out on the spot whether you’re accepted, see if your target school offers Instant Decision Day . ID Day allows you to condense the entire admissions process and on-campus tour into a single daylong event, usually on a specific invitation-only date the summer before your senior year.

  • Why you’ll like it: As long as you have your application package completed and submitted on time and you meet the school’s eligibility requirements, you could forgo that excruciating weekslong wait for an acceptance/rejection email and squeeze in a campus tour at the same time.
  • Make sure you do this: Accept an invitation to ID Day only for a school you have toured already or can tour on ID Day itself, so you have a real feel for the campus and what it offers.
  • Top tip: Be prepared to ask questions and answer a few, too. Some colleges consider the ID Day interview integral to their decision.

If you’re considering applying to USF, this is a good time to register online for our campus tour or check out our virtual tours . If you have questions about visiting our beautiful main campus in Tampa, our waterfront campus in St. Petersburg, or our campus in Sarasota-Manatee, contact us online or by phone at 813-974-3350 .

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Freelance marketing writer Leigh Brown Perkins firmly believes that building new skills and chasing new ideas should be a lifelong quest for all of us.

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The Standard at Tampa is a USF off campus housing community that provides students with a living experience a step above. Fall in love with luxury amenities, such as a private courtyard, rooftop pool, PGA-Quality golf simulator, arcade and gameroom, and more. We offer modernly styled apartments complete with private bedrooms and bathrooms, open-layout floor plans, and furnished options. Want to know more? We offer guided tours, self-guided tours, live video tours, and virtual tours, so you can find the best tour type for you!

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Are you constantly on the go with school, work, social events, or other engagements? Don’t have time to schedule a property tour during office hours? Try our self-guided tour option! You can tour the community at your own pace to see all of the amenities we have to offer without having to set up an appointment with a leasing agent. All you need is your phone and the Tour24 app!

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We’d love the opportunity to meet you in person, show you around, and answer all of your questions! Our guided tours take approximately 30 minutes, during which we’ll show you our community amenities and all our different available floor plans, so you can get a feel for the space. We’re happy to answer any of your questions or help you to start a leasing application!

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If you don’t live near our property or don’t have time to participate in an in-person guided property tour, take a live virtual tour of The Standard Tampa. with one of our leasing agents! During your live video tour, one of our staff members will take you through our property and the floor plan you’re interested in through a live video chat. We prioritize accommodating our residents, and our live video tours are one of the ways we do that!

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If you don’t have time for a tour in person or through video chat, you can still roam around our property virtually. Start in the clubhouse and look around the entire property to see firsthand all of the amenities available in our community. You can even see a sample floor plan to get a feel for our apartments. There’s no registration, and you can move through the tour as fast or as slow as you like and can repeat it at a later time.

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Overview of Student Conduct and Ethical Development

Student Conduct and Ethical Development (SCED) is part of the Associate Vice President/Dean of Students staff within Student Success. SCED has five (5) fulltime professional staff including a fulltime administrative support staff. Additionally, faculty, staff and students serve as volunteers on the University Conduct Board to support the mission of SCED.

SCED supports the goals, mission, values and visions of USF by promoting responsibility and adherence to the standards of behavior outlined in the Student Code of Conduct.

SCED collaborates with the USF community to advocate for a safe environment that promotes personal accountability and supports student success. SCED facilitates educational opportunities through meaningful interactions with students to encourage their academic, emotional, and professional development. The goal of SCED is to create environments that empower students to engage as ethical citizens in a diverse global society.

Duties and Responsibilities

List the major job duties performed by the Graduate Assistant.

  • Adjudicate Student Code of Conduct violations
  • Management of student conduct cases (e.g. meetings, case processing and sanction assignment)
  • Assist in benchmark efforts in developing outreach programming regarding student conduct
  • Assist in the facilitation of sanction workshops (Ethics and Decision Making, and Civility and Community Standards), Residential Education trainings, University Conduct Board trainings and other campus partnership initiatives
  • Assist with recruitment and selection of University Conduct Boards

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  • Develop confidence to understand the Student Code of Conduct and student conduct process to effectively adjudicate student conduct cases.
  • Gain knowledge of university policies and procedures.
  • Engage in meaningful interactions with students to encourage their academic, emotional, and professional development.
  • Gain an understanding of Maxient, the conduct database platform, to independently navigate, review, and assess student conduct cases.
  • Review, revise, and facilitate Student Conduct and Ethical Development sanction workshops (e.g., Civility and Community Standards and Ethics and Decision Making)
  • Brainstorm and develop outreach initiatives to educate students about the Student Code of Conduct and student conduct process.

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Across USF’s campuses, K-12 students on holiday can be seen conducting mock trials, flying drones, studying oceanography and much more. While it may appear to be just summer fun, many camps offer a peek at career options and serve as the first point of contact at USF for future Bulls.

Amy Tenbig’s daughter, Reagan, is part of a biomedical science program at her high school in Pasco County. Tenbig said she signed her up for USF’s Biomedical Engineering camp so that she can learn more about the potential career field on a college campus.

“I’m excited that she can come here and get an immersive experience,” Tenbig said. “I hope she loves being on the USF campus and decides she wants to go to college here.”

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There has been unprecedented growth in USF’s summer camp offerings since it established the Office of Youth Experiences two years ago, with significant increases in the number of camps – more than 60 are offered this summer – and with more than 1,000 student currently enrolled, double the number of participants from last year. According to Caryn Preston, assistant director of USF’s Office of Youth Experiences, registration will stay open through July for the later camps, so they anticipate having even more campers enrolled by the end of the summer.

 “Our 2024 summer camps have been a tremendous success, and we predict continued growth as we collaborate with additional USF departments and colleges to join partners that already include the Muma College of Business and the College of Public Health,” Preston said. “As our Tampa Bay community becomes more familiar with the USF Youth Experiences mission of bridging USF with families and children, we anticipate expanding camp opportunities across our three campuses.”

Two of the most popular camps this summer are the Biomedical Engineering camp, which was developed in collaboration with the College of Engineering to provide high school students the opportunity to explore a potential career through hands-on learning. Justice Quest, a camp for grades 8-12, delves into criminology and provides a glimpse inside the justice system. Both camps sold out so quickly, a new session was added to each.

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Niayathi Muralidher (left) and Reagan Tenbig attended the Biomedical Sciences camp for career exploration. 

Niayathi Muralidher, a rising junior at Academy at the Lakes in Land O’ Lakes, says she chose to attend the Biomedical Engineering camp because she’s interested in a career in the biomedical industry.

“Both of my parents are software engineers, and they want me to be a doctor. I don’t really want to do that, so I’m excited to learn more about a career in biomed this week because it takes aspects of both medicine and computer science,” Muralidher said.

Also popular are the cybersecurity camps, which cater to different educational levels, providing age-appropriate activities that range from basic online safety for elementary school students to High School CyberCon , which immerses students in advanced system security competitions for middle and high school students, possibly sparking an interest in a lucrative and burgeoning career field. Operated in partnership with Cyber Florida, the camp introduces students to USF faculty, students and industry professionals from companies such as Citibank, Microsoft and ReliaQuest, offering a conference-style experience with multiple tracks and breakout sessions.

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“We believe that the long-term solution to our national cybersecurity workforce shortage must begin with getting kids excited about cybersecurity and raising their awareness of careers in that field,” said James Welsh, director of USF Innovative Education’s Florida Center for Instructional Technology. “This camp places high school students who are thinking about their next steps right alongside college students, faculty and industry people working in lots of different roles within cybersecurity.”

Welsh said this particular camp could be a great entrée to USF’s new College of Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity and Computing, which is expected to debut in fall 2025.

“I’m excited about the new college because I think it will be a good way to crystallize that area of work across our campuses, beginning with our camps that tie in to those subjects,” Welsh said.

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Since summer camps are often a student’s first point of contact with the university, just being on the campuses can demystify college life for students who may one day be the first in their families to attend college.

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TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 120 Plans of Study

The objective of the baccalaureate degree program in Accountancy and Analytics is to provide students with accounting and business knowledge that will serve as a basis for careers in industry, government, non-profit organizations, and public accountancy. The baccalaureate program also prepares students for entry into the Master of Accountancy (M.Acc.) professional degree program. The State of Florida requires completion of 120 semester hours to sit for the CPA examination and 150 semester hours are required for licensure.

University Admissions - Muma College of Business

Admission to the University is based on the University’s Undergraduate Admission Requirements that may be found by clicking on the following urls:

Freshman : https://www.usf.edu/admissions/freshmen/admission-information/requirements-deadlines.aspx

Transfer : https://www.usf.edu/admissions/transfer/admission-information/index.aspx

International : https://www.usf.edu/admissions/international/admission-information/index.aspx

Progression Requirements - Muma College of Business

All students entering USF for the first time in Fall 2017 or later, who subsequently earn three (3) D and/or F grades in any or any combination of the following courses at USF will be required to change their major to a major more appropriate to their goals and academic performance and to a major not conferred by the Muma College of Business. The courses are: ACG 2021   , ACG 2071   , CGS 2100   , ECO 2013   , ECO 2023   , MAC 2233     (or equivalent), and QMB 2100     (or equivalent).

Graduation Requirements - Muma College of Business

Satisfactory completion of the following requirements: 

  • General Education Program (36 credit hours), including State Core General Education Requirements;
  • State Computation (6 credit hours); 
  • State Communication (6 credit hours, in addition to ENC 1101    and ENC 1102   ); 
  • Minimum of 120 unduplicated credit hours;
  • A minimum adjusted grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 on all coursework taken at USF and an overall 2.0 GPA average on all college-level coursework;
  • Major and college requirements in a chosen degree program;
  • Nine credit hours of coursework taken during the summer term(s) (if entered USF with less than 60 credit hours); 
  • Registration and successful completion of at least thirty (30) of the last sixty (60) credit hours;
  • 42 credit hours of upper-level coursework;
  • Civics Literacy;
  • Foreign language admissions coursework.

Please note:  When earning a second degree, double major or concurrent degree, the Major Core and Major Elective/Concentration areas of the degree audit must not overlap for both degrees. When earning a Business Minor AND Business Major, no courses may overlap.

Progression Requirements - Accountancy and Analytics B.S.

In computing entry grade point average, all business and economics courses taken for S or U grades will be converted to C or F, respectively.

Students must enroll in  ACG 3103    and ACG 3341    during their first semester within the Accountancy and Analytics major. Students are also required to complete at least one of these two required courses successfully with a grade of C (not C-) or higher on the first attempt. Students who are unable to pass both courses on the first attempt are assigned for major reselection. (“W” grades count as not passing with a grade of C or higher).

Students who pass one of these courses with a grade of C or higher, but either did not pass the other course with a grade of C or higher or withdrew from the other course are permitted a second attempt to retake that course. During a semester in which a student retakes one of the two required accounting courses, the student is only permitted to enroll in that one accounting course; the student may not enroll in any other accounting courses during that semester.  Further, the student is required to pass the repeated accounting course with a grade of C or higher.  If the student earns a grade of C- or lower or withdraws from that course, the student is assigned for major reselection.     

Accountancy and Analytics majors may use the forgiveness policy only once in upper-level Accounting courses. One experiential learning course (e.g., ACG 4940    Accounting Internship) may be applied towards the 120-credit hour graduation requirement. Independent Research, ACG 4911   , will not be accepted as credit toward the minimum major requirements. 

Within the 120-semester-hour program, students must complete a minimum of 24 hours of upper-level Accounting coursework with a grade of C not C- in all courses. Accounting courses taken by Accountancy and Analytics majors on an S/U basis will not be counted toward the 120-hour graduation requirement, with the exception of  ACG 4911    Independent Research.

Required Courses: (90 credit hours)

State mandated common course prerequisites - accountancy and analytics b.s. (21 credit hours).

Following Florida BOG Regulation 8.010, state mandated common course prerequisites are lower-division courses that are required for progression into the upper division of a particular baccalaureate degree program.

Transfer credits will be accepted from accredited institutions; however, all hours earned may not be applied toward USF business degree requirements. Individual courses will be evaluated by an academic advisor and appropriately credited toward requirements in the student’s program at USF.

Florida public state or community college students enrolled in an Associate of Arts (AA) program should normally complete the general education requirements and the State Mandated Common Prerequisites at a Florida College System institution. As a rule, AA students should avoid taking any business courses at the state or community college that are listed as 3000- and 4000-level courses at USF. Normally, courses in finance, marketing, management, and accounting, as well as other business administration courses, taken at the lower division level will not be accepted for upper division credit at USF in business administration. In general, business courses taken at the lower level, at technical schools, or as part of professional or military training, are not applicable to the degree programs of the Muma College of Business. Exceptions to this policy will be made only upon proper validation of such courses. Validation consists of successfully completing specified advanced courses in the discipline.

Florida College System students pursuing an Associate of Science (AS) program in Business Administration are fully admissible to USF Muma College of Business, but may only earn a major in Management. Please see a business advisor to determine the articulation courses, discuss admission to the Muma College of Business and prepare a program plan for degree completion. 

Florida College System students pursuing an Associate of Science (A.S.) program in any other discipline should contact the Office of Undergraduate Studies, SVC 2002, (813) 974-4051, for information regarding course transferability and degree articulation.

Completion of the following State Mandated Common Course Prerequisites (or equivalents) with a grade of C or higher in each course and an overall 2.5 GPA in all seven (7) courses:

  • ACG X021 Principles of Financial Accounting OR ACG X022 OR (ACG X001 AND ACG X011) - 3-6 credit hours*
  • ACG X071 Managerial Accounting OR ACG X301 - 3 credit hours*
  • CGS X100 Computers in Business OR CGS X100C OR CGS X570 OR CGS X060 OR CGS X531 OR CGS X000 OR ISM X000 OR CGS X518 OR CGS X101 - 3 credit hours
  • ECO X013 Principles of Macroeconomics - 3 credit hours
  • ECO X023 Principles of Microeconomics - 3 credit hours
  • STA X023 Introductory Statistics OR STA X122 OR QMB X100 - 3 credit hours
  • MAC X233 Elementary Calculus - 3 credit hours

* Students must earn a C (not C-) in ACG X021 and ACG X071.

All students are strongly encouraged to select required lower division electives that will enhance their general education coursework and that will support their intended baccalaureate degree program. Students should consult with an academic advisor in their major degree area.

State Mathematics Pathway – Accountancy and Analytics B.S. (6 Credit Hours)*

The Accountancy and Analytics B.S. uses the Statistical Reasoning Mathematics Pathway with the following requirements:

  • MAC 2233 - Business Calculus Credit(s): 3 **
  • STA 2023 - Introductory Statistics I Credit(s): 3 ***

* Mathematics Pathway courses count towards the State Common Prerequisite mathematics courses and are not additional credits ** MAC X311 or MAC X281 courses taken for state common prerequisites can meet this calculus requirement *** STA X122 or QMB X100 courses taken for state common prerequisites can meet this statistics requirement

Business Foundation Courses: 9 courses; 27 credit hours

A minimum grade of C- in each Foundation Course and an overall 2.0 GPA is required.

  • BUL 3320 - Law And Business I Credit(s): 3
  • CAI 3801 - Artificial Intelligence and Analytics for Organizations Credit(s): 3
  • FIN 3403 - Principles of Finance Credit(s): 3
  • GEB 4890 - Strategic Management and Decision Making Credit(s): 3
  • MAN 3025 - Principles of Management Credit(s): 3
  • MAN 4504 - Operations and Supply Chain Management Credit(s): 3
  • MAR 3023 - Basic Marketing Credit(s): 3
  • QMB 3302 - Data Analytics for Business Credit(s): 3
  • RMI 3004 - Principles of Risk Management Credit(s): 3
  • Finance, Personal Financial Planning, and Risk Management and Insurance majors must earn a C, not a C-, in FIN 3403    with no more than two attempts.
  • Business Analytics and Information Systems (B.A.I.S.) and Information Assurance and Cybersecurity Management majors must earn C, not C-, in CAI 3801   . 
  • Advertising, Marketing, and Supply Chain Management majors must earn a C, not a C-, in MAR 3023   . 
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Analytics for Business majors must earn a B, and not a B-, in  CAI 3801    and  QMB 3302   . 

Other Accountancy and Analytics Required Courses: 6 courses; 18 credit hours

A minimum grade of C- in each supporting course is required.

  • COM 3110 - Communication For Business and the Professions Credit(s): 3

OR SPC 2608 - Public Speaking    Credit(s): 3

  • ENC 3250 - Professional Writing Credit(s): 3

OR  ENC 3310 - Expository Writing    Credit(s): 3  

  • GEB 3033 - Business Workplace Skills and Best Practices Credit(s): 3
  • Behavioral Science or Humanities Course (3 credits)
  • Contemporary International Topics Course (3 credits)
  • Ethics or Political Science Course (3 credits)

Major Core Courses: 7 courses; 21 credit hours

  • ACG 3103 - Intermediate Financial Accounting I Credit(s): 3
  • ACG 3113 - Intermediate Financial Accounting II Credit(s): 3
  • ACG 3341 - Cost Accounting and Control I Credit(s): 3
  • ACG 3401 - Accounting Information Systems Credit(s): 3
  • ACG 4632 - Auditing I Credit(s): 3
  • ACG 4840 - Analytics in Accounting Credit(s): 3
  • TAX 4001 - Concepts of Federal Income Taxation Credit(s): 3

Major (Restricted) Elective: 1 course; 3 credit hours

Choose one (1) course from the following list:

  • ACG 4842 - Financial and Managerial Reporting with Data Analytics Credit(s): 3
  • ACG 4843 - Advanced Auditing - Regulation Technology and Analytics Credit(s): 3
  • TAX 4143 - Business Entities Taxation and Tax Analytics Credit(s): 3

Additional Information - Accountancy and Analytics B.S.

Gpa requirements.

Students must earn a 2.0 GPA on all major coursework at USF and have an overall 2.0 major GPA, including any applicable transfer work.

Residency Requirements

Major Residency : Students must complete 18 hours of upper-level Accounting requirements in residency at USF.

College Residency : Muma College of Business residency requirements for graduation exceed the minimum requirements established for USF. Students are required to complete satisfactorily at USF a minimum of 50 percent (30-33 credit hours depending on major) of required Business courses, including 12-18 credit hours in the major field. Normally, independent study and independent research courses do not fulfill this requirement.

Other Requirements

Accountancy and Analytics major courses must be no older than five (5) years to count for major credit. This applies both to continuing USF Accountancy and Analytics majors, as well as Accountancy and Analytics major courses transferred in from other institutions. A student may petition the Director for an exception to the policy and the Director may grant or deny such petition, at their discretion.

Computer Requirement:  All students entering the Muma College of Business are required to have a laptop computer with minimum 8 GB memory (RAM), 256 GB hard disk, and Intel i5 or above or equivalent processor with either Windows 11 (or above) or Mac OS 11 (or above) that they can use in their classes and labs.

Other computing devices such as Chromebook, Android Tablet, iPad, and Ubuntu Laptop will not be able to meet the requirements of classes at Muma College of Business. The laptop computer must be capable of connecting to the internet wirelessly and installing and accessing software applications through a central server and have audio and video capabilities.

Research Opportunities - Muma College of Business

Undergraduate students in any degree program are able to participate in undergraduate research. Several options exist to show mentored undergraduate research activity on a student’s official transcript. Those who wish to enroll in an undergraduate research course should consult with their academic advisor to understand how the credit will apply towards the degree requirements. If no credit is needed, students may be eligible to enroll in the 0-credit  IDS 4914     course. This course will not impact degree credits or GPA but will show on an official transcript and document the experience. The  O ffice of High Impact Practices and Undergraduate Research (HIPUR)  is able to assist with further inquiries.

Advising Information - Muma College of Business

Tampa campus location: BSN 2102 (813) 974-4290 or schedule an advising appointment online at  https://www.usf.edu/business/undergraduate/advising/appointments.aspx Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (Friday is reserved for walk-in’s only) Please refer to the website for most current office hours and advising availability information:  https://www.usf.edu/business/undergraduate/advising/

For questions email  [email protected] Be sure to include your name, U#, and contact information with your question.

St Petersburg campus location: DAV 134 Mon-Thu: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Fri: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (727) 873-4511  [email protected] Website:   https://www.stpetersburg.usf.edu/academics/academic-resources/academic-advising/about/index.aspx

Sarasota-Manatee campus location: SMC C107 (941) 359-4330   [email protected] Website: https://www.sarasotamanatee.usf.edu/academics/academic-resources/academic-advising/

Plans of Study - Accountancy and Analytics B.S.

  •   Accountancy and Analytics B.S. - 2 Year Plan of Study    
  •   Accountancy and Analytics B.S. - 4 Year Plan of Study    

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2025 TE Brandon Kubay goes in depth on USF Bulls official visit

Alex Golesh and the USF Bulls only had one official visitor on campus during the June 11-13 midweek slot, and it was an important prospect for the staff.

Oakdale (Conn.) St. Thomas More class of 2025 tight end Brandon Kubay made it to Tampa and got a lot of attention from the Bulls’ coaches.

“I loved the official visit,” Kubay said. “I’m originally from Canada, but I feel like a Florida guy now. This is my home still. I have bias towards staying in Florida.

“The staff was super welcoming and genuine. I’ve been talking to USF for a quite a while, so I have an established, good relationship with all the staff. It was just what I expected to be — a great visit overall.”

Kubay is a native of Winnipeg, Canada and moved down to the Sunshine State for the 2023 football season, playing at Clearwater Academy International. However, CAI is slowing down, so Kubay is playing his senior year at St. Thomas More.

But as Kubay noted, he loves the state of Florida and has high interest in USF. He added the Bulls to his offer list May 27 and then shortly thereafter set up the official visit date.

The USF staff showed him a lot of love during his OV.

“I spent the most time with tight ends coach Jack Taylor and the assistant tight ends coach,” said Kubay. “Both of those guys took me in and showed me around everywhere — breakfast, lunch, dinner with them. They’re both super genuine and young coaches, and I enjoy have much energy they bring to practice. They’re amped up.

“I got to spend a ton of time with Coach Golesh. He’s a super approachable head coach, which I don’t seem to get everywhere I’ve been so far. Often times there’s something about talking to a head coach that makes me feel nervous, but talking to Coach Golesh, he seemed like a really down to earth guy who I could have a regular conversation with.”

What’s next in Kubay’s recruitment?

The 6-3, 225-pounder is currently at James Madison for an official visit. Earlier this week, he added Virginia Tech to his offer list after a strong camp performance. Those two schools, plus USF, have the best chance to land his commitment.

“I’m still talking to a few other schools, but if I were to put out a top three, the places I’m visiting are the most realistic options,” he noted.

At the time of the interview, Kubay said that his official visit with Virginia Tech is in the works for the weekend of June 21.

Kubay admitted that the Bulls’ staff was hoping to get Kubay to commit while on campus, but it was his first official visit, and he wants to see his other top schools before deciding.

“There was definitely a little push to commit,” he said. “They do have other guys. I see USF as a place I can call home, but I don’t have anything to compare it to yet. I know official visits are a lot to take in, and I want to make sure I’m making the right decision.

“I’m not a guy who plans to go to a college and transfer out. I want to spend all five years there and develop the best I can. When I know 100 percent, then I’ll pull the trigger and not wait any longer.”

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