To complete an undergraduate academic program at George Fox University, a student must select a major to pursue one of two general degrees (the bachelor of arts or the bachelor of science) or the professional degrees (the bachelor of science in athletic training or the bachelor of social work). A course of study includes three basic components: general education, the major field, and supporting and/or elective courses. Minor fields are optional and are composed of elective courses that have been packaged for identification of a vocational purpose or an interest.
Students are subject to the program requirements of the catalog under which they enter the university (i.e., semester of matriculation). Students who must be readmitted following withdrawal are subject to the program requirements of the catalog under which they reenter. Readmitted students must meet any new or revised graduation requirements as listed in the catalog at the time of readmission.