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The COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak has been difficult for everyone, but we know it’s been especially hard for international students like you who face a host of unique challenges. To help limit the impact of this global health crisis, we are prioritizing support to our international students.

This support starts with the financial assistance needed to keep your educational goals on track, but it does not end there. Our team at the University of South Florida is making it easy for you to take the courses you need – from the comfort and safety of home!

Stay on Track in Fall 2020 with Online Courses

If you can’t return to the U.S. or campus due to travel restrictions, visa issues, health concerns or any other reason, don’t worry. We have you covered with an extensive catalog of online course options. Earn the credits you need to complete your degree on time whether you are a new or continuing student.

While all colleges will offer online courses in fall 2020, the Muma College of Business, College of Engineering and College of Education have gone above and beyond to supplement their online course catalogs for graduate students. Many USF undergraduate programs have also committed to offering online classes for students who cannot reach campus. Browse the special course offerings below to see the enhanced access and support for students of all backgrounds and locations.


USF offers a variety of online courses at the undergraduate level. This includes core and introductory courses that satisfy degree requirements for various majors.



The Muma College of Business programs include accounting, advertising, business analytics and information systems, management, finance, global business, marketing, supply chain management and more.



The USF College of Education’s programs include early childhood education, elementary education, physical education, mathematics education, science education, social science education and more.



The USF College of Engineering’s academic departments include chemical and biomedical, civil and environmental, computer science, electrical, industrial, mechanical, medical and more.