Graduate accounting courses are offered in a modular format. To facilitate the modular format, ONE.UF will not prevent students from enrolling in two or more courses that meet at the same time. Students are responsible for ensuring that course conflicts do not exist.
Dates relevant to module courses are not the same as the normal University Academic Calendar. Use the tables below to find important dates for modular courses. For important dates for semester long courses, consult the UF Registrar’s website for academic calendars.
Important Module Dates for Graduate Courses
|Important Module Dates - Spring 2020|
|October 28, 2019||Spring 2020 Advanced Registration begins for Accounting and Business Core Courses (at assigned time)|
|December 2, 2019||Spring 2020 Regular Registration begins for Graduate Approved Electives|
|January 6||Module 3 classes begin|
|January 6-8||Module 3 drop/add (drop a class or change sections)|
|January 6-March 8||Module 4 Schedule Adjustment - Online through ONE.UF|
|January 17||Spring fees due by 3:30pm|
|January 31||Spring last day for Degree Applications (by 5:00pm)|
|February 14||Deadline to drop a Module 3 class (with fee liability, “W” assigned)|
|February 21||Module 3 classes end|
|February 24-28||Module 3 Final Exam Week|
|March 2-6||Spring Break|
|March 9||Module 4 classes begin|
|March 9-11||Module 4 drop/add|
|March 20||Module 4 fees due by 3:30pm|
|April 17||Deadline to drop a Module 4 class (with fee liability, “W” assigned)|
|April 24||Module 4 classes end|
|April 27-May 1||Module 4 Final Exams|
During Summer terms, modular courses for the accounting program follow the Summer A and Summer B University Calendar. Please consult the UF Registrar’s website for the summer academic calendar.
|Important Module Dates - Summer 2020|
|March 23||Summer Advanced Registration begins for Accounting and Business Core Courses (at or after assigned time)|
|April 20||Summer A Registration begins for Graduate Approved Electives|
|June 8||Summer B Registration begins for Graduate Approved Electives|
Change in Fall Semester Start Date: The University of Florida has moved the start date for the Fall 2020 semester to August 31. This will also affect the start of Module 1 graduate classes. The full academic calendar for semester-long classes can be found at Dates and Deadlines. The Module Dates calendar will be updated on the FSOA website soon.
|Important Module Dates - Fall 2020|
|March 23||Fall Advanced Registration begins for Accounting and Business Core Courses (at or after assigned time)|
|August 3||Fall Registration begins for Graduate Approved Electives|
|August 31||Module 1 classes begin|
|August 31-Sep 2||Module 1 drop/add (drop a class or change sections)|
|August 31-October 28||Module 2 Schedule Adjustment - Online through ONE.UF|
|September 11||Fall fees due by 3:30pm|
|September 25||Fall last day for Degree Applications (by 5:00pm)|
|October 12||Deadline to drop a Module 1 class (with fee liability, "W" assigned)|
|October 16||Module 1 classes end. Because of the change in start date due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there will not be a “Final Exam Week.” Instead, final exams will be held during regular class days – typically during the last week of class, similar to Summers A and B. All classes and final exams will end by this date.|
|October 19-23||Fall Break|
|October 26||Module 2 classes begin|
|October 26-28||Module 2 drop/add|
|November 6||Module 2 drop/add fee adjustment due (by 3:30pm)|
|December 4||Deadline to drop a Module 2 class (with fee liability, "W" assigned)|
|December 11||Module 2 classes end|
|December 14-18||Module 2 Final Exams|
Frequently Asked Questions
- What are Modules?
Modules divide the semester into two halves. The first half of the Fall term is Module One and the second half is Module Two. Similarly, the first half of the Spring semester is Module Three and the second half is Module Four. Module courses are seven weeks long, plus an additional week for exams. There is typically a week break between modules.
- How can I determine which courses are modular and in which module a course is offered?
The University Schedule of Courses does not communicate information regarding modules. This information is provided on the School’s webpage under the Graduate Accounting Availability, Graduate Approved Electives, and Graduate Core Courses links.
- Why do some modules begin earlier than the University Academic calendar?
To ensure sufficient contact time in class, graduate modules frequently begin before the University calendar. Important dates for module courses are not posted on the University Academic calendar and can only be found on this website.
- I registered for a Module 2 (or 4) course at the beginning of the semester, but no longer plan to take the class. How do I drop the course before the module begins?
You can adjust your schedule using ONE.UF any time before the drop/add deadline. Schedule adjustment drop/add deadlines are listed below.
Remember even though you can use ONE.UF to adjust your schedule, you must still meet all course prerequisites, and there must be seats available in the section you seek to add. Also, some approved electives require you to seek help to add certain courses to your schedule—this still applies. The comment section on the approved elective page instructs you who to contact for help with these courses.
- I registered and paid for a Module 2 or 4 course at the beginning of the semester, but will be dropping the course during schedule adjustment. When can I expect to receive a refund?
Refunds for Module 2 or 4 courses dropped during schedule adjustment typically take two weeks to process and are added to your Student Financial Services account. For questions about fees, report to S113 Criser Hall.
- During Module 2/4 schedule adjustment I dropped a 2 credit module and added a two credit module. Why did I receive a bill from financial services?
Even if you are adding a course and dropping a course with the same number of credits, material and supply fees may not be the same amount for all courses, and you may owe money to Student Financial Services. For questions about fees, report to S113 Criser Hall.
- I added a course during the Module 2/4 schedule adjustment period. When must the additional tuition and fees be paid?
To avoid a late fee, all amounts due must be paid by the “fees due date” listed below. Note that if you get tickets to sporting events, fees due will have to be paid prior to picking up the tickets. For questions about fees, report to S113 Criser Hall.