Florida gulf Coast University in a public university. Total numbers of students enrolled are 14,673 — 13,429 undergraduate, 1018 graduate, 226 non-degree. The graduation rate for the school is 64%. The application deadline is May 1th.47% are from Southwest Florida (Charlotte, Collier, Glades, Hendry and Lee counties), and 92.% are from Florida,7% are from other states, 1.5% international. 4,748 students reside in on-campus housing (including West Lake Village). The tuition fee is 203 dollars for Florida residents. They have wrestling and basketball for students who just want to have fun.
The career I choose was law enforcement. The major that is needed to conduct in this is criminology. Year One introduces you to Criminology and serves as a foundation for the second and third years. In Year Two, you will study Understanding Crime, Justice and Punishment to provide you with a broader and deeper coverage of criminological perspectives and criminal justice controversies. By Year Three, you will be able to study from a range of areas that include Crimes of the Powerful, Community and Public Involvement in Crime and Criminal Justice, The Risk Society Criminal Victimization, Youth Crime, Youth Justice and Social Control. In Year Three you may wish to study for your dissertation if you have completed the research methods modules. Alternatively, you can take the Applied Social Research module and carry out a piece of research commissioned by a local agency. This offers both a great opportunity for you to study in the ‘real world’ as well as an experience that will appeal to prospective employers.