If your goals include enrollment in a challenging, innovative business program located in an exciting international center of commerce, you need look no further than the Huizenga College. Still have questions? A few frequently asked questions are listed below. If we have not provided an answer to a question you have, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions to share your question with us.
You may choose from the following B.S.B.A. majors:
Yes. Students may choose from the following minors:
Business for Non-Business Majors
Human Resource Management
Social Innovation and Sustainability
Sport and Recreation Management
Yes. While our Professional and Liberal Studies Program (PALS) is available for full-time day students on our Fort Lauderdale-Davie campus, part-time students find an array of options available to them.
Our evening program (the Career Development Program) has been designed for part-time students. This program is available on our Fort Lauderdale-Davie campus.
The Huizenga College is located on NSU's main campus in Fort Lauderdale-Davie.
Yes, we will accept transfer credit and credit for life experience. Specific conditions do apply to all transfer credit.
Please consult the Undergraduate Tuition and Fee Schedule.
Financial aid awards depend upon your enrollment status. For more information, please visit the Office of Student Financial Assistance or contact your admission representative.
Full-time students are eligible to receive scholarships based upon their previous academic performance and standardized test scores (SAT or ACT). For a complete list of scholarships, please visit the Office of Student Financial Assistance scholarship page. Please be certain to discuss these with your admission representative.
Our Tuition Estimator can help you get an idea how scholarships and grants can affect your tuition costs.
If you are interested in Full-Time, Day Enrollment and have not previously earned college credit:
You must submit an Application for Admission and the non-refundable application fee. It is important that you provide evidence of completion of your high school degree or GED. All candidates for admission must submit official academic transcripts from all schools attended and official SAT or ACT test scores. See the First-time in college undergraduate student section of our website for more information.
If you are interested in Part-Time, Evening or Weekend Enrollment and have not previously earned college credit:
You must provide evidence of high school graduation or a GED (General Equivalency Diploma), official high school transcripts, and a completed Application for Admission with the nonrefundable application fee.
If you are interested in Full-Time, Day Enrollment and have previously earned less than 24 hours of college credit (Freshman Transfer Student):
You must submit official academic transcripts from all colleges previously attended; official high school transcripts indicating the date of your high school graduation; official ACT or SAT scores; a completed Application for Admission with the nonrefundable application fee.
If you are interested in Full-Time, Day Enrollment and have previously earned 24 or more college credits (Transfer Admission):
You must submit a completed Application for Admission including the nonrefundable application fee; official transcripts from all colleges previously attended.
If you are interested in Part-Time evening enrollment and have previously earned college credit:
You must submit official academic transcripts from all colleges previously attended and a completed Application for Admission including the nonrefundable application fee.
If you are an international student, please see the International Student admissions webpage.
NSU operates on a rolling admission plan, which means we review applications as they become a complete file, including all necessary transcripts and test scores.
The Dual Admission Program has an application deadline of February 1st for the fall term start. All Dual Admission applicants must be accepted to the university prior to applying for the Dual Admission program of their choice. As such, we encourage all students interested in the Dual Admission Program to apply early in the start of their high school senior year to meet all necessary deadlines. Dual Admission applicants interested in beginning in the winter term have a deadline of November 1st.