Florida State University is offering high-achieving students an opportunity to participate in “More in Four,” a new program for those who want to maximize their four-year college investment by graduating with a bachelor’s degree in three years and then advancing into one of FSU’s 120-plus graduate programs.
FSU admits a large number of first-year college students who have earned college credit in high school through Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), Cambridge AICE Diploma Credits (AICE) or dual enrollment in state or community college programs. Some students have even earned an associate degree before arriving at Florida State.
Students who participate in the More in Four program are offered specialized advising and support through the Graduation Planning and Strategies Office while they work toward a bachelor’s degree and explore their best options for graduate study. In addition to master’s programs, FSU also offers graduate certificate programs that are a good option for helping students achieve their career and professional goals.
More in Four participants also receive degree program plans and priority registration through their participation in the Degree in Three program, allowing them to register for courses in the earliest registration window. More in Four participants can take full advantage of their financial aid benefits, such as Bright Futures, to help with graduate school tuition. And, earning a master’s degree means they’ll be able to enter higher-salaried positions that require advanced degrees sooner.
For more information on More in Four, visit https://gps.fsu.edu/more-in-four.