About the Graduate Catalog
The Graduate Catalog is published by the College of Graduate Studies and is the authoritative source for information regarding UCF graduate degree and certificate programs, admission requirements, and graduate policies and procedures for the academic year of publication. Beginning with the 2002-2003 Graduate Catalog, the catalog is published solely online and the online version is the official source of graduate information.
Graduate Catalog Revision
In collaboration with the programs and colleges, the College of Graduate Studies revises the catalog each year and in May or June publishes the new catalog for the coming academic year (e.g., the 20132014 graduate catalog applies to Summer 2013, Fall 2013, and Spring 2014). The Admissions, Policies, Graduate Programs, and Courses sections are considered the UCF graduate curriculum record and are archived as published for each academic year. These sections serve as key resources throughout a student's graduate study.
As new degree and certificate programs are approved, they may be added to the current graduate catalog. Each addition will include a statement at the beginning of the program information describing the effective term of the new program. Other sections of the catalog may be updated throughout the year to add or refresh information, including the About UCF, Current Students/Registration, and Financial Information. Check the What's New section for important additions to the catalog during the academic year.
Archiving of the Graduate Catalog
The College of Graduate Studies (www.graduate.ucf.edu and www.graduatecatlog.ucf.edu) and UCF Home (www.ucf.edu/catalog) provide public access to archived copies of the online graduate catalog.