New students are required to create a Gatorlink email account. To create the account you will need the UFID number, created when you completed your UF admission application.
Important Notice About Registration
Degree seeking students not registered for three or more consecutive terms, will be required to submit a readmission application to UF admissions. To remain an active UF student, you must register for 1 or more classes at least every third semester.
Certificate students who have not registered for 3 consecutive semesters will be required to submit a new certificate application scroll down to “Certificate undergraduate, graduate and professional certificate programs”.
You are required to clear holds placed on your account each semester before your registration can be processed.
To clear your holds:
Log into your ONE.UF account https://one.uf.edu/ > select Holds Check for holds on your student record > Check Holds
Follow prompts to eliminate all holds. Holds may include; emergency contact information, registration prep, and current address verification.
When you have determined the courses you would like to take this semester, contact the Graduate Advisor via e-mail. The subject of the e-mail should be “MSFES Course Registration”. In the body of the text please include your name, last four of UF ID, zip code, and the courses you would like to take. Students will receive a confirmation email upon successful registration.
Please note: Certificate students can only register for certificate courses.
UF Registrar’s Calendar
Students must complete 11 approved Graduate level FES courses. Courses must be approved by the advisor.
FES Tuition Rate
The per credit hour expense is $670. So, a 3 credit hour course is $2010.
*** Certificate Courses
All courses are taught utilizing a web based e-learning system. The courses are organized in weekly modules which include audio power point presentations, video lectures, assigned reading and on-line discussion forums. Each course utilizes an electronic discussion board that provides an in depth interactive experience while at the same time offering individual flexibility to the working professional student.
Dr. Dennis Mitterer