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University of Texas at Austin
                                Logo The University of Texas at Austin, or UT Austin, is the flagship university in the University of Texas System. This state research university was founded in 1883. The 1,400 acre campus is about .25 miles away from the Texas State Capitol in Austin. With more than 50,000 students and 24,000 faculty and staff, the university is the fifth-largest in the nation, in terms of student enrollment.

The University of Texas at Austin was inaugurated into the American Association of Universities in 1929. It was also named one of the original eight Public Ivy Institutions. UT Austin is a major academic research center and receives the second most federal research grants among American universities lacking a medical school. A majority of the university's research is focused on physical sciences and engineering. And although it does not have a medical school, UT Austin does an extensive amount of research in this field each year in cooperation with the medical programs it houses for other campuses. The university operates several auxiliary research facilities likes the McDonald Observatory and the J.J. Pickle Research Campus. Faculty members have been awarded the Pulitzer Prize, the Nobel Prize, the Wolf Prize, the National Medal of Science, and many other awards.

The University of Texas at Austin is not only an academic and research powerhouse, it is also well known for its outstanding Division I athletic programs which are consistently ranked among the nation's top five. Nicknamed the Longhorns, UT Austin is best known for its football program, which has won four national championships and is the third most victorious team in the country. However, its baseball, basketball, swimming, and diving teams have all gained national prominence in recent years. Among all sports, the Longhorns have won more than 40 national championships. Current and former UT Austin students have earned 88 Olympic medals.

Students attending UT Austin are greeted by a large amount of opportunities to become involved in the campus community. More than 900 student organizations are recognized by the university, including three student government bodies responsible for representing the needs and views of students to administration and faculty. One student organization, the LiveStrong Texas 4000 for Cancer, is the longest bike ride for charity in the world and has raised more than $4 million for cancer research. A variety of intramural sports are offered and UT Austin's students are some of the most active in the country in these sports. Students more interested in cultural entertainment have at their disposal a performing arts center and concert hall that put on annual dance performances, concerts, and plays. Seven museums are located throughout UT Austin's campus, giving students the opportunity to peruse fine art and historical items, including one of the remaining five complete Gutenberg Bibles. In addition to these activities, the university hosts dances, movies, and non-credit lectures throughout the year.

The University of Texas at Austin is considered a "more selective" institution, and approximately 45 percent of those who apply are accepted. The average ACT composite score
Seal of The
                                University of Texas at Austin
among accepted students is 28, while the average SAT score is 1858. Students wishing to be accepted to one of UT Austin's schools, such as the School of Engineering, are required to meet additional criteria for admission.

With a nearly unparalleled learning and research environment, the University of Texas at Austin is committed to providing the best educational experience in the world. Not only does UT Austin strive to be the number one academic choice, it also works to make its programs a stellar financial choice by offering a variety of grants, scholarships, and loans to ensure that all qualified students can take advantage of its academic reputation and community. In fact, UT Austin has been ranked second-best in the nation in terms of its value based on a SmartMoney analysis of tuition versus salary.

UT Austin is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

University of Texas at Austin Programs
More than 100 undergraduate and 170 graduate degrees are offered in a variety of fields at the University of Texas at Austin. Among the school's more than 50,000 students, the most popular undergraduate programs are biological sciences, psychology, and unspecified business, while the most popular graduate programs are electrical and computer engineering, business administration, and pharmacy.
Qualifying students can participate in one of seven honors programs: the Business Honors Program, Liberal Arts Honors, Engineering Honors, the Dean's Scholars Honors Program in Natural Sciences, the Health Science Honors Program in Natural Sciences, the Turing Scholars Program in Computer Sciences, and the interdisciplinary Plan II Honors Program.
Unlike a handful of the other University of Texas campuses, the University of Texas at Austin does not offer online degree programs. However, the school does offer online courses that can count toward UT Austin credit. Courses are offered in a variety of subjects and new courses are consistently being added. Some of the available courses include:
  • American Literature
  • Introduction to Macroeconomics
  • Texas Government
  • American Foreign Relations
  • Human Sexuality
  • U.S. Diplomatic History
  • First-Year Latin I
  • Introduction to Logic
  • General Physics
  • Statistical Methods in Psychology
  • Second-Year Spanish I
According to U.S. News & World Report, the University of Texas at Austin has some of the nation's best graduate programs. These programs include the School of Business (17th best in the nation), the School of Engineering (11th best in the nation), the College of Pharmacy (4th best in the nation among pharmacy schools), the School of Public Affairs (16th best in the country among graduate level public affairs programs), the College of Education (4th best in the country), the School of Social Work (7th best in the nation among social work graduate programs), the School of Geosciences (9th best among graduate level earth science programs), and the School of Law (15th best in the United States).

Additionally, UT Austin's business school has been ranked high in terms of the number of alumni who go on to become S&P 500 CEO's and Fortune 1000 CEO's.

Departments, Colleges, and School
The University of Texas at Austin programs are organized into eighteen colleges and schools and one academic unit:
  • Cockrell School of Engineering
  • Dell Medical School
  • College of Communication
  • College of Education
  • College of Fine Arts
  • College of Liberal Arts
  • College of Natural Sciences
  • College of Pharmacy
  • Continuing Education
  • Graduate Studies
  • Jackson School of Geosciences
  • LBJ School of Public Affairs
  • McCombs School of Business
  • School of Architecture
  • School of Information
  • School of Law
  • School of Nursing
  • School of Social Work
  • School of Undergraduate Studies
Library System
The University of Texas at Austin houses the fifth largest academic library and eleventh largest overall library in the country. It's 17 libraries contain more than 8 million volumes. The UT Austin library is surpassed in academia only by Harvard University, Yale University, the University of Illinois at Urbana, and the University of California at Berkeley.

While some of the libraries offer general information, others contain specialized volumes for students in those fields. These libraries include the Chemistry Library, Engineering Library, Marine Science Library, Physics Mathematics Astronomy Library, Life Science Library, Geology Library, Fine Arts Library, Architecture and Planning Library, and the Classics Library.

Financial Aid and Scholarships
The University of Texas at Austin offers a variety of need based and merit financial aid including grants, scholarships, work-study programs, loans, fellowships, and teaching assistant-ships. Financial aid at UT Austin is offered through both public and private sources. Grants, for example, can come from the federal or state government, or the university itself. Scholarships are offered both generally from UT Austin,  from private sources, and also from UT Austin departments and programs. In addition to public and private loans, UT Austin offers students who are enrolled for at least six class hours the ability to take out a short-term loan to cover tuition or for emergency cash. Work-study positions are available in a wide range of on-campus departments and could include being a museum guide, childcare worker, or research assistant. Some off-campus work is also approved for work-study, and the average hourly wage is $7.20.

Student Housing
A variety of on-campus housing options are available at the University of Texas at Austin. Undergraduate and graduate students alike can easily find something to fit their needs.

University of Texas at Austin
                                Tower Building

The Tower, completed in 1937, stands 307 ft (94 m) tall and dons different colors of lighting on special occasions.

Fourteen traditional residence halls are on-campus and house more than 7,000 students. These residence halls are divided into three communities: Whitis Area, Jester Center, and Waller Creek. Each community has a different feel and each offers a variety of activities and events with which residents can become involved.

Whitis Area has seven residence halls including Kinsolving Hall and Littlefield Hall, which are for females only. This northwest portion of campus also contains the three honors dorms: Andrews Hall, Blanton Hall, and Carothers Hall. Duren Hall and Whitis Court round out this campus community, which also offers a variety of dining options and two galleries.

The Waller Creek community is located nearby the DKR Texas Memorial Stadium. It contains the only remaining male-only residence hall (Creekside) and has a variety of small dorms including Brackenridge Hall, Roberts Hall, and Prather Hall. San Jacinto Hall, located in Waller Creek, is one of the university's largest dorms. Moore-Hill Hall is also located in the Waller Creek community. Residents in this area have easy access to a large gym center, dining options, and the stadium.

With nearly 3,000 students, the Jester Center community is the largest and made up of two residence halls: Jester West Hall and Jester East Hall. This community contains the university's largest dining hall, study rooms, and lecture rooms. It is also located nearby the Perry-Castaneda Library and the Gregory gym.

Other than Creekside, Kinsolving, and Littlefield, all other dorms on campus are coed. Each residence hall contains study rooms, laundry areas, vending machines, and TV rooms. Cable TV and Internet access are available in each dorm room. Most rooms are double occupancy, although some single space is available but it is difficult for first-year students to obtain.

Those students desiring on-campus housing who are unable to obtain it due to space constraints may be able to take advantage of supplemental housing. In these cases, the university converts open spaces in the residence halls (like a common living area) into temporary housing. The rooms are larger than traditional dorms and typically house four students rather than two. Each supplemental room comes complete with all of the features of a typical dorm room. When a permanent space becomes available, students are offered the opportunity to move out of their supplemental space, however, many choose to remain in place.

Graduate students, undergraduates with more than 30 credit hours in good standing, and students with families, may choose to live in one of three University Apartments complexes. Interested students are required to apply for space, and the apartments house approximately 700 students and their families. These apartments are located in West Austin, five miles from campus. Free transportation is available from the apartments to campus via shuttle bus.

Because the number of students exceeds the availability of on-campus housing, most students must live in private apartments, with their sororities or fraternities, in private residence halls, in housing cooperatives, or in other off-campus locations.

General Information

Admission Office
PO Box 8058
Austin, TX 78713-8058
(512) 475-7399
Fax: (512) 475-7478
Contact: Bruce Walker
Vice Provost and Director of Admissions
Main Address
2400 Inner Campus Drive
Austin, TX 78712
(512) 471-3434
www.utexas.edu
Size
Total undergrads: 37,389
First-time degree-seeking freshmen: 6,718
Degree-seeking undergrads: 36,711
Graduate enrollment: 10,864

Setting
Urban setting
Very large city (over 500,000)
Commuter campus
Degrees offered:
Bachelor's
Master's
Doctoral
First Professional
Admissions Considerations
Secondary school rank: Required
Secondary school record: Required
Admission test scores (SAT/ACT): Required
College-prep program completed: Required
TOEFL: Required

Undergraduate Admissions Fall 2011
Number of Applicants: 32,589
Percent Admitted: 47%
Percent Admitted Who Enrolled: 47%
Test Scores: Fall 2011

SAT Critical Reading
  • 540 (25th Percentile)
  • 670 (75th Percentile)
SAT Math
  • 580 (25th Percentile)
  • 710 (75th Percentile)
SAT Writing
  • 540 (25th Percentile)
  • 680 (75th Percentile)
ACT Composite
  • 25 (25th Percentile)
  • 31 (75th Percentile)
ACT English
  • 24 (25th Percentile)
  • 32 (75th Percentile)
ACT Math
  • 26 (25th Percentile)
  • 32 (75th Percentile)
ACT Writing
  • 7 (25th Percentile)
  • 9 (75th Percentile)

Enrollment Statistics


Undergraduate Attendance Status


Undergraduate Student Gender

Undergraduate Student Age


Undergraduate Student Residence

Graduate Attendance Status



Undergraduate Race/Ethnicity


Retention and Graduation Rates


Retention Rates for First-Time Students Pursuing Bachelor's Degrees


Overall Graduation and Transfer-Out Rates for Students

Graduation Rates for Students Pursuing Bachelor's Degrees



6-Year Graduation Rate by Gender for Students Pursuing Bachelor's Degrees



6-Year Graduation Rate by Race/Ethnicity for Students Pursuing Bachelor's Degrees


Tuition & Fees

Estimated Expenses for Academic Year 2008-'09 2009-'10 2010-'11 2011-'12 % change 2010-'12
Tuition and fees $8,130 $8,508 $8,936 $9,418 +5.39%
Books and Supplies $800 $818 $860 $874 +1.63%
Living Arrangement - On Campus




Room and Board $8,576 $9,246 $9,602 $10,112 +5.31%
Other $3,240 $3,316 $3,482 $3,624 +4.08%
Living Arrangement - Off Campus




Room and Board $8,576 $9,246 $9,980 $10,250 +2.71%
Other $3,240 $3,316 $3,482 $3,624 +4.08%
Total Expenses 2008-'09 2009-'10 2010-'11 2011-'12 % change 2010-'12
In-state On Campus $20,746 $21,888 $22,880 $24,028 +5.02%
In-state Off Campus $20,746 $21,888 $23,258 $24,166 +3.90%
In-state with Family $8,930 $9,326 $9,796 $10,292 +5.06%
Average Graduate Student Tuition & Fees
Tuition for In-state Students $10,154
In-state Student Fees $0
Tuition for Out-of-state Students $19,316
Out-of-state Fees $0

Financial Aid

Full-time Beginning Undergraduate Students
Type of Aid Students Percent Amount Average Per Student
All students financial aid 4,775 71%

Grant or scholarship aid 3,451 52% $26,941,755 $7,807
• Federal grants 1,655 25% $6,849,647 $4,139
• Pell grants 1,551 23% $5,547,233 $3,577
• Other federal grants 1,477 22% $1,302,414 $882
State/Local government grant or scholarships 1,421 21% $7,293,959 $5,133
Institutional grants or scholarships 3,265 49% $12,798,149 $3,920
Student loan aid 2,692 40% $14,759,188 $5,483
• Federal student loans 2,647 40% $12,292,400 $4,644
• Other student loans 278 4% $2,466,788 $8,873

All Degrees and Programs

Program Completions for Most Recent Year BA/BS MA/MS PhD AA/AS CERT
Total of All Education Programs 8723 2903 1373 - -
Architecture and Related Services 45 113 2 - -
Architectural History and Criticism - 2 - - -
Architecture 45 61 - - -
City/urban, Community and Regional Planning - 31 2 - -
Environmental Design/Architecture - 9 - - -
Landscape Architecture - 10 - - -
Area, Gender, Cultural, Ethnic, and Group Studies 140 50 4 - -
American/united States Studies/Civilization 36 4 4 - -
Asian Studies/civilization 29 2 - - -
Ethnic, Cultural Minority, Gender, and Group Studies, Other 18 - - - -
European Studies/Civilization 6 - - - -
Hispanic-American, Puerto Rican, and Mexican-American/Chicano Studies - 1 - - -
Latin American Studies 22 18 - - -
Near and Middle Eastern Studies 15 12 - - -
Russian Studies 2 8 - - -
Women's Studies 12 5 - - -
Biology and Biomedical Sciences 729 14 74 - -
Biochemistry 102 1 6 - -
Biology and Biological Sciences, General 627 - - - -
Botany/plant Biology - 3 4 - -
Cell/cellular and Molecular Biology - 5 27 - -
Microbiology - 4 12 - -
Neuroscience - 1 12 - -
Population Biology - - 13 - -
Business, Administration, Management, Marketing, etc. 1058 939 15 - -
Accounting 232 309 2 - -
Business Administration and Management 70 575 1 - -
Business Administration, Management and Operations, Other - 44 - - -
Business/commerce 112 3 8 - -
Finance 330 8 2 - -
Logistics, Materials, and Supply Chain Management 24 - - - -
Management Information Systems 64 - - - -
Marketing/marketing Management 226 - 2 - -
Communication and Journalism Programs 1160 124 22 - -
Advertising 257 70 7 - -
Journalism 200 27 7 - -
Public Relations/image Management 143 - - - -
Radio and Television 284 27 8 - -
Speech Communication and Rhetoric 276 - - - -
Communications Technologies/technicians and Support Services 1 - - - -
Recording Arts Technology/technician 1 - - - -
Computing and Information Sciences 167 43 27 - -
Computer and Information Sciences 167 43 27 - -
Education - 168 82 - -
Art Teacher Education - 8 - - -
Curriculum and Instruction - 34 27 - -
Educational Leadership and Administration - 31 28 - -
Foreign Language Teacher Education - 15 10 - -
Health Teacher Education - 4 - - -
Mathematics Teacher Education - 3 1 - -
Music Teacher Education - 7 3 - -
Physical Education Teaching and Coaching - 27 - - -
Science Teacher Education/general Science Teacher Education - 10 3 - -
Special Education and Teaching - 29 10 - -
Engineering 981 446 178 - -
Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical/Space Engineering 97 16 9 - -
Architectural Engineering 44 9 - - -
Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering 79 12 14 - -
Chemical Engineering 124 16 31 - -
Civil Engineering 95 77 45 - -
Electrical and Electronics Engineering 216 158 39 - -
Engineering Mechanics - 4 2 - -
Engineering, Other - 31 - - -
Environmental/Environmental Health Engineering - 25 - - -
Industrial Engineering - 10 4 - -
Materials Engineering - 4 11 - -
Mechanical Engineering 218 54 14 - -
Petroleum Engineering 108 30 9 - -
English Language, Composition and Literature/letters 374 43 33 - -
Creative Writing - 10 - - -
English Language and Literature 332 24 19 - -
Rhetoric and Composition - 9 14 - -
Writing 42 - - - -
Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics 261 49 35 - -
Arabic Language and Literature 2 4 1 - -
Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics 4 5 3 - -
Comparative Literature - 6 4 - -
Czech Language and Literature 1 - - - -
East Asian Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics 44 14 2 - -
French Language and Literature 25 - 3 - -
German Language and Literature 4 - - - -
Germanic Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics - 3 2 - -
Italian Language and Literature 6 - - - -
Latin Language and Literature 3 - - - -
Linguistics 45 5 10 - -
Russian Language and Literature 2 - - - -
Slavic Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics - - 1 - -
Spanish Language and Literature 125 12 9 - -
Health Services and Allied Health Sciences 271 82 152 - -
Athletic Training/trainer 4 - - - -
Audiology/Audiologist and Speech-language Pathology/pathologist - - 8 - -
Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology/technologist 8 - - - -
Communication Sciences and Disorders 92 20 1 - -
Pharmacy - - 119 - -
Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Administration, Other - 7 11 - -
Public Health Education and Promotion - 2 6 - -
Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse 167 53 7 - -
History 252 13 17 - -
History 252 13 17 - -
Human Services 83 296 9 - -
Public Policy Analysis - 128 2 - -
Social Work 83 168 7 - -
Legal and Law Studies - 40 398 - -
Advanced Legal Research/Studies - 40 - - -
Law - - 398 - -
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities 119 - - - -
Humanities/Humanistic Studies 9 - - - -
Liberal Arts and Sciences/liberal Studies 110 - - - -
Library Science - 101 5 - -
Library and Information Science - 101 5 - -
Mathematics and Statistics 158 57 31 - -
Applied Mathematics - 17 5 - -
Mathematics 158 25 26 - -
Statistics - 15 - - -
Multi-/interdisciplinary Studies 284 25 9 - -
Ancient Studies/Civilization 7 - - - -
Biological and Physical Sciences - 4 4 - -
Historic Preservation and Conservation - 4 - - -
Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other 277 15 - - -
Nutrition Sciences - 2 5 - -
Parks, Recreation, Leisure, and Fitness Studies 162 8 7 - -
Health and Physical Education/fitness 99 - - - -
Kinesiology and Exercise Science - 8 7 - -
Sport and Fitness Administration/Management 63 - - - -
Physical Sciences 186 48 88 - -
Astronomy 7 3 4 - -
Chemistry 75 11 32 - -
Geological and Earth Sciences/Geosciences, Other 4 - - - -
Geology and Earth Science 35 23 20 - -
Geophysics and Seismology 9 - - - -
Hydrology and Water Resources Science 5 - - - -
Physics 51 10 32 - -
Physics, Other - 1 - - -
Psychology 420 38 59 - -
Clinical Psychology - - 5 - -
Educational Psychology - 31 36 - -
Psychology 420 7 18 - -
Social Sciences 1255 78 58 - -
Anthropology 89 14 17 - -
Archeology 1 - - - -
Economics 366 20 14 - -
Geography 91 3 3 - -
International Relations and Affairs - 17 - - -
Political Science and Government 527 11 11 - -
Sociology 163 13 13 - -
Urban Studies/Affairs 18 - - - -
Visual and Performing Arts 293 124 65 - -
Art History, Criticism and Conservation 33 17 5 - -
Art/art Studies 12 - - - -
Dance 3 - - - -
Design and Visual Communications 16 6 - - -
Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts 8 30 7 - -
Fine/Studio Arts 89 9 - - -
Interior Design 9 - - - -
Jazz/Jazz Studies 4 - - - -
Music Management 1 - - - -
Music Performance 18 - - - -
Music Theory and Composition 2 - - - -
Music 35 62 53 - -
Visual and Performing Arts 63 - - - -
Work and Family Studies 324 4 3 - -
Apparel and Textiles 58 - - - -
Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences 23 - - - -
Foods, Nutrition, and Wellness Studies 129 - - - -
Human Development and Family Studies 114 4 3 - -
Above data represent first majors only.
(-) Indicates that program is not offered at this award level.

Admissions Information

Application Fee
College has an application fee: Yes
Regular application fee: $60
Online application fee: $60
Enrollment Rates
Percent applicants admitted: 44%
Percent of students who return for sophomore year: 91%
Admissions Considerations
Secondary school rank: Required
Secondary school record: Required
Admission test scores (SAT/ACT): Required
College-prep program completed: Required
TOEFL: Required

Undergraduate Admissions Fall 2011
Number of Applicants: 32,589
Percent Admitted: 47%
Percent Admitted Who Enrolled: 47%
Test Scores: Fall 2011

SAT Critical Reading
  • 540 (25th Percentile)
  • 670 (75th Percentile)
SAT Math
  • 580 (25th Percentile)
  • 710 (75th Percentile)
SAT Writing
  • 540 (25th Percentile)
  • 680 (75th Percentile)
ACT Composite
  • 25 (25th Percentile)
  • 31 (75th Percentile)
ACT English
  • 24 (25th Percentile)
  • 32 (75th Percentile)
ACT Math
  • 26 (25th Percentile)
  • 32 (75th Percentile)
ACT Writing
  • 7 (25th Percentile)
  • 9 (75th Percentile)

Enrollment Statistics


Undergraduate Attendance Status


Undergraduate Student Gender

Undergraduate Student Age


Undergraduate Student Residence

Graduate Attendance Status



Undergraduate Race/Ethnicity


Retention and Graduation Rates


Retention Rates for First-Time Students Pursuing Bachelor's Degrees


Overall Graduation and Transfer-Out Rates for Students

Graduation Rates for Students Pursuing Bachelor's Degrees



6-Year Graduation Rate by Gender for Students Pursuing Bachelor's Degrees



6-Year Graduation Rate by Race/Ethnicity for Students Pursuing Bachelor's Degrees


Undergraduate Majors

Architecture & Related Programs
Architecture B

Area, Ethnic, Cultural, & Gender Studies
American Studies B
Asian Studies B
Ethnic Studies - General B
European Studies B
Latin American Studies B
Near/Middle Eastern Studies B
Russian/Slavic Area Studies B
Women's Studies B

Arts, Visual & Performing
Art - General B
Art History/Criticism/Conservation B
Arts - General B
Dance B
Design/Visual Communications B
Drama/Theater Arts B
Fine/Studio Arts B
Interior Design B
Jazz Studies B
Music - General B
Music - General Performance B
Music History/Literature B
Music Management/Merchandising B
Music Theory/Composition B

Biological & Biomedical Sciences
Biochemistry B
Biology B

Business, Management, & Marketing
Accounting B
Business - General B
Business Administration/Management B
Finance/Banking B
Logistics/Materials Management B
Management Information Systems B
Marketing Management B
Petroleum land management B

Communications & Journalism
Advertising B
Communications/Rhetoric B
Journalism B
Public Relations B
Radio/Television B

Communications Technologies
Recording Arts Technology B

Computer & Information Sciences
Computer/Information Sciences - General B

Engineering
Aeronautical/Aerospace Engineering B
Architectural Engineering B
Biomedical Engineering B
Chemical Engineering B
Civil Engineering B
Electrical/Communications Engineering B
Mechanical Engineering B
Petroleum B

English Language & Literature
English Composition B
English Language & Literature - General B

Family & Consumer Sciences
Clothing/Apparel/Textile Studies B
Family/Consumer Sciences - General B
Foods/Nutrition Studies B
Human Development/Family Studies B

Foreign Language & Literature
Arabic B
Classics B
Czech B
East Asian B
French B
German B
Greek, Ancient B
Hebrew B
Iranian/Persian B
Italian B
Latin B
Linguistics B
Portuguese B
Russian B
Scandinavian B
Semitic B
Spanish B
Turkish B

Health Professions & Clinical Sciences
Athletic Training/Sports Medicine B
Clinical Laboratory Science B
Communication Disorders B
Health Services - General B
Nursing (RN) B

History
History - General B

Liberal Arts & Sciences
Humanities B
Liberal Arts & Sciences B

Mathematics
Mathematics - General B

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies
Ancient Studies/Civilization B
Applied learning and development B
Biological/Physical Sciences B
Mathematics/Computer Science B
Youth and community studies B

Parks, Recreation & Fitness
Health/Physical Fitness B
Sport/Fitness Administration B

Philosophy & Religion
Islamic Studies B
Jewish/Judaic Studies B
Philosophy B
Religion/Religious Studies B

Physical Sciences
Astronomy B
Chemistry B
Geology B
Geophysics Seismology B
Geosystems Engineering and Hydrogeology B
HydrologyWater Resources B
Physics B

Psychology
Psychology - General B

Public Administration & Services
Social Work B

Social Sciences
Anthropology B
Archaeology B
Economics B
Geography B
Political Science/Government B
Sociology B
Urban Studies B

Degree levels for each major are designated by the following letters:
    A = Associate degree
    B = Bachelor's degree
    C = Certificate or diploma
*We do not guarantee the accuracy of information on this page. All information is subject to change. You should confirm all information with a college admissions officer.
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