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Distance Learning at FGCU

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Florida Gulf Coast University offers accredited courses and degree programs at a distance. The online Undergraduate and Graduate degree programs schedule courses to allow students to proceed through the programs in a timely manner. Some of the online degree programs available include:

All of the courses necessary to complete:

Certificate Programs 

All of the upper division courses required to complete:

Online Courses

Many online courses are offered which are not part of an online degree program. Use the FGCU Course Search utility to obtain a complete list of courses offered online.

  1. Go to https://gulfline.fgcu.edu/pls/fgpo/szkschd.p_showform
  2. Select the term and then select Virtualas the Campus
  3. Indicate any other parameters, such as the College
  4. Click the Search button at the bottom of the screen

Courses available from other institutions

Florida Virtual Campus (FLVC) Course Catalog.
A resource for statewide offerings of distance learning courses and programs.

FLVC
https://courses.flvc.org/Courses 

Southern Regional Education Board's Electronic Campus.
"A comprehensive source for information about higher education opportunities and services across the South."

SREB
http://www.electroniccampus.org/


* Prospective students resident in the following states (Arizona, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Vermont, Virginia, and Wisconsin) that wish to pursue one of the above programs entirely online within their state of residence may submit an application according to university procedures: http://www.fgcu.edu/admissions.asp.

All other out-of-state students (those from any state not listed above) interested in pursuing one of these online degree/certificate programs entirely from within their state of residency may not be eligible to apply (due to their home state’s law) and are invited to consult their state’s higher education licensing authority to discuss their situation: http://www.sheeo.org/stateauth/stateauth-home.htm.