Degree Offerings

APPLICATION AND ADMISSION
Do you hold a BAC II or its equivalent?

Do you have a BAC II degree, or its equivalent, or you have a philosophy dissertation, and wish to undertake university-level studies in the same area?  Depending on each case, you could be entitled to:

1.   As a reorientation student, the university offers shortened programs, including:

  • a major diploma (45 to 60 credits = two years),
  • a certificate (24 to 36 credits = 1 year).
  • and a high school mini-program (between 9 and 18 credits ≈ 1 session).

Major diploma

This program facilitates transition for those who wish to continue their studies and obtain a degree. It is offered and was conceived to respond to essential needs of the market. The student who applies at this level knows, from the start, the curriculum to follow, which is determined by the university.

Certificate

The certificate program is both light and flexible. It is offered to all those who wish to take certain courses for personal projects and so does not necessarily respond to any program offered at the university.

Mini-program
-The courses offered with this program are open to students who wish to receive a prompt and targeted education.

1. The university has prepared a pre-established curriculum to respond to the expectations and needs of the students.



2. An education as a full-time student leading to a bachelor’s degree (four-year university-level program), master’s degree (post-graduate master’s level) or doctor’s degree (post-graduate Ph.D. level).



Bachelor’s Degree
-This program is offered to students who wish to specialize in a particular area. Conceived academically to respond to local and other area needs, it prepares students to become executives and managers who can respond to specific needs and problems that must be understood and resolved.

Master’s and Doctoral Degrees-
These programs better equip students to tackle special problems. They prepare and provide the student with means to resolve complex problems with simple solutions, as well as a means of intellectual and scientific management that allows them to go further in their research and thought processes.

To be capable of receiving an education leading to a bachelor’s, master’s or doctor’s degree, students must have obtained either a Bac II diploma, or its equivalent, as well as met other ancillary conditions, in order to undertake post-graduate-level studies.

UNIVERSITY POLICIES

1. INTRODUCTION

2. DEFINITIONS

3. STUDENT CATEGORIES

4. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

5. APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION

6. ENROLLMENT

7. CHANGING COURSES

8. DROPPING COURSES

9. CESSATION OF STUDIES AND DEPARTURE NOTICE

10. TERMINATION OF ENROLLMENT

11. SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES

12. EVALUATION

13. COMMUNICATION OF STANDING AND GRADES

14. FIELD WORK AND OTHER EVALUATIONS

15. PLAGIARISM

16. REVOCATION OF DEGREE/DIPLOMA

17. CODE OF CONDUCT

18. DRESS CODE

19. MAINTENANCE OF MATERIAL

20. OUTINGS

SPECIFIC POLICIES: DEGREE

21. “LICENCE” (DIPLOMA)

22. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

23. ENROLLMENT

24. PROGRAMS/CURRICULA

25. ADVANCEMENT

26. REQUIREMENTS FOR CONTINUING A PROGRAM/CURRICLUM

27. REQUIREMENTS FOR PRESENTING THE DISSERTATION OR FINAL PROJECT

28. REQUIREMENTS FOR OBTAINING A DIPLOMA

29. SPECIFIC PROVISIONS

MASTER’S

30. DEGREES

31. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

32. MINIMUM SCHOLASTIC DURATION

33. MAXIMUM SCHOLASTIC DURATION

34. PROGRAM/CURRICULUM

35. DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH

36. MASTER’S DISSERTATION

37. REQUIREMENTS FOR CONTINUING A PROGRAM/CURRICULUM

38. PROGRAM/CURRICULUM MODIFICATION

39. TBD

40. REQUIREMENTS FOR OBTAINING A MASTER’S DEGREE

DOCTORATE

41. DEGREES

42. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

43. MINIMUM SCHOLASTIC DURATION

44. MAXIMUM SCHOLASTIC DURATION

45. PROGRAM/CURRICULUM

46. DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH

47. THESIS

48. EVALUATION AND DEFENSE OF THESIS

49. REQUIREMENTS FOR CONTINUING A PROGRAM/CURRICULUM

50. REQUIREMENTS FOR OBTAINING A DOCTORATE

TUITION AND OTHER COSTS

51. MISCELLANEOUS SEMESTER COSTS

52. PART-TIME STUDENTS

53. LIST OF FEES

54. MISCELLANEOUS COSTS

55. CESSATION OR CANCELLATION OF STUDIES

56. OTHER TUITION PAYMENT POLICIES

MAJOR & CAREER SELECTION

Match your unique skills, interests and values.

Form of Application for admission made online at www.ugoc.edu.ht or the registrar’s office at the following address-
University GOC
1 Impasse Alouette (Ave. M. L. King)
Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Phone: (509) 3912-0101

Students who wish to give up one or two courses, passed the period of change in the choice of courses, may do so by contacting by email at contact@ugoc.edu.ht the condition.