Student Outcomes

  • Students will be able to explain how knowledge is constructed in a discipline, and when applicable contribute to the body of knowledge in a discipline.
  • Students will apply strategies for critical thinking, reflective thinking, effective reasoning, and creativity.
  • Students will demonstrate practical competencies and skills in specific areas such as project management (e.g., creating specific, measurable goals, maintaining a timeline, accountability, acquiring resources, etc.), effective communication, collaboration, self-assessment, professionalism, and commitment to ethics.
  • Students will be able to identify careers related to field of interest; prospects for external internships or university-level research upon transfer; and, applications for careers or professional/graduate schools.

Student Spotlight


Research at UCF

There are several programs designed for students who are transferring to UCF. Check out their TRI page if you are interested in learning more:

If you are interested in completing an independent research project and working one-on-one with a faculty member in your discipline, please contact the Undergraduate Research Coordinator:

Research Funding/Opportunities