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    Prospective doctoral applicants from all over the United States from underrepresented populations in higher education visited UCF in October for the inaugural two-day Diverse Academic Opportunities Program. The College of Graduate Studies hosted participants from Florida, Alabama, Texas, Missouri, Washington, California, Iowa, Louisiana and Michigan to learn more about the university before applying to UCF.
    Featured PhotoStudents were interested in such programs as Biomedical Sciences, Clinical Psychology, Counselor Education, Electrical Engineering, Human Factors and Cognitive Psychology, Industrial and Organizational Psychology and Physics. They got to meet with the program representatives and other university professionals, tour campuses and learn from current graduate student on how to be a successful UCF doctoral student.
    Thank you to the staff, faculty and the prospective students for making this valuable and memorable inaugural event!
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    Graduate Catalog

    The Graduate Catalog contains a description of the various policies, graduate programs, degree requirements, course offerings...

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    About UCF

    About UCF

    One of the fastest growing research universities in the country—located in one of the most dynamic...

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    Grad Faculty

    Grad Faculty

    The Graduate Faculty are individuals employed by UCF and have the qualifications to serve as either...

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