Application Process

FSB at Sea Composite:  Female with Toucan bird on her shoulder, a group of students observing an Iguana,  a group of students walking in a tropical setting, two Toucan birds, banana plantation tour, bunches of bananas just harvested, and a tropical forest setting.
Applications for FSB at Sea will open online Thursday, June 28, 2018.


  1. Course and Program Prerequisites Required: DSC 205 or ISA 205 or ISA 225 or STA 261 or STA 261H or STA 261S or STA 301 or STA 361 or STA 368 or ISA 203 required for MGT 302 and MKT 291 is required for MKT 435; 45 earned hours by December 2018, and a 2.50 G.P.A. by August 2018 are required. Winter Term accepted students must be available in the fall for the pre-departure meetings.  All course prerequisites must be complete prior to the beginning of the program. Students must be 18 by the time of departure.
  2. Disciplinary Record Requirement: All applicants must submit a disciplinary waiver form.  Acceptance to a program will be based, in part, on a review of each student’s disciplinary records. The nature of the offense, date of the offense, and disciplinary status will be considered. Students on disciplinary probation may not participate in a Farmer School of Business winter workshop.  Please see the FSB Eligibility Policy.

How to Apply

 Apply on-line at

A Completed Application is

  • All required pre-decisions items, electronic signature forms and tasks must be completed
  • A disciplinary waiver form signed electronically on-line.
  • An application submitted online.

Application Deadline

  • Applications begin June 28 with rolling acceptance until the roster is full.

Notification Date

  • Students who complete their application will have rolling notification sent out by e-mail within two to three weeks of student's application being completed. 

Deposits & Payments (For accepted students)

  • The deposit of $1000 is due August 10. The second payment of $1800 is due September 10. These fees are not refundable after August 10. **NOTE: The entire program fee must be paid, or students will be dropped from the program.
  • Academic tuition and fees will be billed to your spring semester bursar bill.