Valencia-UCF Degree Maps

These degree maps have been collaboratively developed by Valencia College and UCF. The degree maps are intended to guide students who want to earn an A.A. at Valencia and ultimately transfer to UCF to earn a baccalaureate degree. Each degree map outlines the sequence of courses, hints for success, milestones, and co-curricular experiences you should complete in order to earn your associates degree (A.A.) and be "junior ready" when you transfer to UCF. The degree maps are updated annually to include any current catalog year changes. You should refer to your specific catalog year to verify course pre-requisites and graduation requirements. A Valencia College student who completes the degree maps as suggested will:

  • Earn his/her Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree in a timely manner
  • Arrive at UCF "junior ready", that is, have completed an equivalent of first- and second-year course work in his/her intended major.
  • Have an enriched learning experience due to engagement in relevant co-curricular experiences
  • Complete the required milestones thus reduce time to bachelor's degree after entry into UCF


Major Categories


  • Architecture

Business Class

Business, Criminal Justice and Public Administration

  • Business Administration
  • Criminal Justice
  • Health Services Administration (Downtown)
  • Legal Studies (Downtown)
  • Non Profit Management (Downtown)
  • Public Administration (Downtown)

Digital Media

  • Digital Media: Web Design (Downtown)
  • Digital Media: Game Design (Downtown)

Computer Science and I.T.

  • Computer Science
  • Information Technology

Parachute Drop


  • Communication and Conflict (Downtown)
  • Human Communication (Downtown)


  • Early Childhood Education
  • Elementary Education
  • Secondary Education


  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Construction Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Photonics Science and Engineering

Science DisplaySciences

  • Biomedical Sciences
  • Health Sciences
  • Health Informatics & Information Management (Downtown)
  • Environmental Studies

Social Science and Criminal Justice

  • Psychology
  • Criminal Justice

How to Read the Degree Maps

Select the degree maps under your catalog year. In the degree map, courses are suggested in a certain order taking into account degree requirements, pre-requisites and critical courses arranged by the semester in which you should complete them to be on track to graduation. We want you to graduate on time by avoiding excess credits.


These maps do not substitute for your advisor, degree planning tools, and degree audits. My Education Plan (degree planning) and My Academic Progress (degree audit) are the official tools at Valencia. Once you enroll at UCF, Pegasus Path (degree planning) and myKnight Audit (degree audit) are the official tools at UCF. Please choose your major of choice early and follow the Valencia - UCF degree maps in consultation with your advisor. Actual degree requirements at each institution is based on the undergraduate catalog year in which you first enrolled in the institution.

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