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Michael Stoff, Director 305 East 23rd St, CLA 2.102, (G3600) Austin, TX 78712-1250 • 512-471-1442

The Plan II Major Requirements by Year

First Year

Fall Semester

  • English 603A or TC 603A:Composition and Reading in World Literature
  • Modes of Reasoning/Logic

Spring Semester

  • English 603B or TC 603B:Composition and Reading in World Literature *

Fall or Spring Semester

  • TC 302 First-Year Plan II Signature course

Second Year

Fall Semester

  • Philosophy 610QA: Problems of Knowledge and Valuation

Spring Semester

  • Philosophy 610QB: Problems of Knowledge and Valuation

Fall or Spring Semester

  • Social Science 301

Third Year

Fall Semester

  • TC 357 (Junior Seminar)

Spring Semester

  • TC 357 (Junior Seminar)

Fall or Spring Semester

  • Physics 321, Plan II

Fourth Year

Full Year -- Fall and Spring Semesters

  • TC 660HA and TC 660HB (1-year thesis)

Requirements that can be fulfilled during any semester:

These courses fulfill Plan II specific requirements, college requirements or legislated University requirements.  Most, but not all, may be fulfilled with test credits or credits transfered from other schools or programs.  As always, current students should seek the counsel of a Plan II Honors adviser.

  • American History, two courses (Each American History course must be noted as "partially fulfills legislative requirements" in the course schedule.)
  • Non-U.S. History, two course focused on the same continental area from any time period
  • Humanities/Fine Arts
  • Performing & Visual Arts and General Culture
  • Government 310L
  • Government 312L, 312P, or 312R
  • Biology 301E, Plan II
  • Math 310P, Plan II (offered spring only)
  • Math/Science
  • Math/Science or Physics 309K
  • Foreign Language 506
  • Foreign Language 507
  • Foreign Language 312K
  • Foreign Language 312L
  • Electives - 32-35 credits, approximately 10-12 classes
For lists of approved classes in Humanities/Fine Arts, Non-US History, and Performing & Visual Arts and General Culture, see Advising Form, Guides and Approved Course Lists
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