Admission Information

Explore Programs for Transfers

Complete your bachelor’s degree at a top-ranked institution dedicated to your success. When you transfer to USF, you’ll benefit from the exceptional programs, resources and support of a Preeminent Research University. Our highly regarded, globally focused programs incorporate interdisciplinary inquiry, intellectual development and knowledge/skill acquisition — abilities which will serve you well long after graduation.

undergraduate majors

With more than 200 undergraduate majors and concentrations available, there are unlimited opportunities to discover and pursue your academic passions at USF.

Explore the majors available at each of our campuses:

Tampa Campus Majors 

St. Petersburg Majors 

Sarasota-Manatee Campus Majors 

Transfer pathway programs

Interested in a seamless transfer experience? Learn more about our transfer pathway programs available at our three campuses to make transferring a breeze.

FUSE Program 

All Campuses - FUSE is a transfer program that offers seamless pathways for students to complete their associate degree and receive guaranteed admission to specific majors at USF.

USF Pearls Program 

All Campuses - USF Pearls is a program created for students who have lived within the foster care system. The program offers services, such as supportive intentional coaching, to ensure these students can acheive their academic goals at USF.

Pinellas Access to Higher Education (PATHe) Pathway Program 

St. Petersburg Campus - Pinellas Access to Higher Education (PATHe) is a pathway for students to earn an Associate of Arts degree at St. Petersburg College and then seamlessly transition to USF's St. Petesrburg campus to earn their bachelor's degree.

Community Scholars 

St. Petersburg Campus - The Community Scholars program offers guaranteed admission to USF’s St. Petersburg campus to select transfer students who are not offered admission in the fall semester and live outside Pinellas County.

UMatter Program 

St. Petersburg Campus - UMatter is a program created to provide young people with intellectual disabilities with support as they participate in higher education and campus life.

Call Me MiSTER 

St. Petersburg Campus - Call Me MiSTER (Mentors Instructing Students Toward Effective Role Models) recruits men of color who are committed to becoming an elementary or middle school teacher to get their undergraduate degree and teacher certification.


Bachelor’s/Master’s Pathways allow academically qualified students to complete an undergraduate Bachelor’s degree and a graduate degree (typically master’s degree) on an accelerated timeline, graduating sooner than in traditional programs.

Bachelor's to Master's Pathways