UT Austin
Graduate Catalog
1999-2001



CONTENTS

CHAPTER 1
Graduate Study

CHAPTER 2
Admission and Registration

CHAPTER 3
Degree Requirements

CHAPTER 4
Fields of Study

CHAPTER 5
Members of Graduate Studies Committees

APPENDIX
Course Abbreviations
 

The Graduate Catalog 1999-2001

Contents

    
About the University of Texas at Austin Catalog
Officers of the University
Directory of University Offices
 
1. Graduate Study
  Statement on Equal Educational Opportunity
  Accreditation
  The Mission of the University
  The Nature and Purpose of Graduate Work
  Graduate Degrees
  Fields of Study
  Joint Degree Programs
  Doctoral Portfolio Programs
  Professional Development Program
  Libraries and Other Academic Resources
   The University Libraries
   Other Libraries in Austin
   Research Facilities
   Academic Computing and Instructional Technology Services
  Cooperative Arrangements
   Cooperative Degree Programs
  Financial Aid
   Fellowships
   Assistantships
   Additional Financial Aid
  Student Responsibility
 
2. Admission and Registration
  Admission
   Admission Requirements
   Admission Tests
   Admission with Conditions
   Admission as a Nondegree Student
   Applying for Admission
   International Students
  Enrollment Deposit
  Readmission
  Exchange Students
  Registration
   Registration for New Graduate Students
   Late Registration
   Registration for Continuing Graduate Students
   Course Load
  In Absentia Registration
  Adding and Dropping Courses
  Evaluation
   Symbols
  Withdrawal from the University
 
3. Degree Requirements
  Residence
  Additional Degrees at the Same or a Lower Level
  Limitation for Faculty
  Grade Point Average
  Graduate Credit
   Courses Taken in Residence
   Transfer of Credit
   Extension Credit
   Correspondence Credit
   Credit by Examination
   Enrollment of Undergraduates in Graduate Courses
   Credit for Teaching
   Courses Counted toward Another Degree
  Continuous Registration
  Leave of Absence
  Application to Another Graduate Major (Change of Major)
  Warning Status, Academic Dismissal, and Termination
  Time Limits
  The Master's Degree
   Prerequisites
   Supervising Committee
   Options
  The Doctor of Philosophy
   Course Requirements
   Foreign Language Requirement
   Graduate Studies Committee Requirements
   Admission to Candidacy
   The Dissertation Committee
   The Dissertation
   Review of Progress
   Final Oral Examination (Defense of Dissertation)
   Submission and Publication of the Dissertation
   Approval of the Degree
  The Doctor of Education
   Admission
   Admission to Candidacy
  The Doctor of Musical Arts
  Graduation
   Graduation under a Particular Catalog
   Procedures of Graduation
  Other Components of the University of Texas System
 
4. Fields of Study
  Architecture
  Architecture
   Architecture courses: ARC
  Community and Regional Planning
   Community and regional planning courses: CRP
  Business Administration
  Business Administration
   Business administration courses: B A
  Accounting
   Accounting courses: ACC
  Finance
   Finance courses: FIN
Real estate courses: R E
  Management
   Management courses: MAN
  Management Science and Information Systems
   Legal environment of business courses: LEB
Management information systems courses: MIS
Management science courses: MSC
Risk management courses: R M
Statistics courses: STA
  Marketing Administration
   International business courses: I B
Marketing courses: MKT
  Communication
  Communication
   Communication courses: COM
  Advertising
   Advertising courses: ADV
  Communication Sciences and Disorders
   Communication sciences and disorders courses: CSD
  Communication Studies
   Speech courses: SPE
  Journalism
   Journalism courses: J
  Radio-Television-Film
   Radio-television-film courses: RTF
  Education
  Education
  Curriculum and Instruction
   Curriculum and instruction courses: EDC
  Educational Administration
   Educational administration courses: EDA
  Educational Psychology
   Educational psychology courses: EDP
  Foreign Language Education
   Foreign language education courses: FLE
  Human Resource Development Leadership
   Human resource development leadership courses: HRD
  Kinesiology and Health Education
   Health education courses: HED
Kinesiology courses: KIN
  Mathematics Education, Science Education
   Science-mathematics education courses: SME
  Special Education
   Special education courses: SED
  Engineering
  Engineering
  Aerospace Engineering
   Aerospace engineering courses: ASE
  Architectural Engineering
   Architectural engineering courses: ARE
  Biomedical Engineering
   Biomedical engineering courses: BME
  Chemical Engineering
   Chemical engineering courses: CHE
  Civil Engineering
   Civil engineering courses: C E
  Electrical and Computer Engineering
   Electrical engineering: E E
  Energy and Mineral Resources
   Energy and mineral resources: EMR
  Engineering Mechanics
   Engineering mechanics: E M
  Environmental Health Engineering--see Civil Engineering
  Manufacturing Systems Engineering
   Manufacturing systems engineering courses: MFG
  Materials Science and Engineering
   Materials science and engineering courses: MSE
  Mechanical Engineering
   Mechanical engineering courses: M E
  Operations Research and Industrial Engineering
   Operations reserach and industrial engineering courses: ORI
  Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering
   Petroleum and geosystems engineering courses: PGE
  Software Engineering--see Electrical and Computer Engineering
  Fine Arts
  Fine Arts
   Fine arts courses: F A
  Art and Art History
   Art education courses: AED
Art history courses: ARH
Studio art courses: ART
  Music
   Music courses: MUS
Performance courses: Conducting: CON
Performance courses: Opera, voice, instruments
  Theatre
   Drama courses: DRM
  Liberal Arts
  American Studies
   American studies courses: AMS
  Anthropology
   Anthropology courses: ANT
  Asian Cultures and Languages--see Asian Studies
  Asian Studies
   Asian studies courses: ANS
Chinese courses: CHI
Hindi courses: HIN
Japanese courses: JPN
Malayalam courses: MAL
Sanskrit courses: SAN
  Classics
   Classical civilization courses: C C
Greek courses: GK
Latin courses: LAT
  Cognitive Science
  Comparative Literature
   Comparative literature courses: C L
  Economics
   Economics courses: ECO
  English
   English courses: E
  French and Italian
   French courses: FR
Italian courses: ITL
  Geography
   Geography courses: GRG
  Germanic Studies
   German courses: GER
  Government
   Government courses: GOV
  History
   History courses: HIS
  Latin American Studies
   Latin American studies courses: LAS
  Linguistics
   Linguistics courses: LIN
  Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures
   Arabic courses: ARA
Hebrew courses: HEB
Middle Eastern languages and cultures courses: MEL
Persian courses: PRS
Turkish courses: TUR
  Middle Eastern Studies
   Middle Eastern studies courses: MES
  Philosophy
   Philosophy courses: PHL
  Psychology
   Psychology courses: PSY
  Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies
   Russian, East European, and Eurasian studies courses: REE
  Slavic Languages and Literatures
   Czech courses: CZ
Russian courses: RUS
Slavic courses: SLA
  Sociology
   Sociology courses: SOC
  Spanish and Portuguese
   Portuguese courses: POR
Spanish courses: SPN
  Women's Studies
  Library and Information Science
   Library and information science courses: LIS
  Natural Sciences
  Astronomy
   Astronomy courses: AST
  Biochemistry
   Biochemistry courses: BCH
  Biological Sciences
   Biology courses: BIO
  Biological Sciences (Botany)
   Botany courses: BOT
  Biological Sciences (Zoology)
   Zoology courses: ZOO
  Chemistry
   Chemistry courses: CH
  Child Development and Family Relationships
   Child development courses: C D
  Computer Sciences
   Computer sciences courses: C S
  Geological Sciences
   Geological sciences courses: GEO
  Human Ecology
  Marine Science
   Marine science courses: MNS
  Mathematics
   Mathematics courses: M
  Microbiology
   Microbiology courses: MIC
  Molecular Biology
   Molecular biology courses: MOL
  Nutritional Sciences
   Nutrition courses: NTR
  Physics
   Physics courses: PHY
  Statistics
   Mathematical statistics courses: MST
  Nursing
   Nursing courses: N
  Pharmacy
   Pharmacy courses: PHR
  Public Affairs
   Public affairs courses: P A
  Social Work
   Social work courses: S W
  Intercollegial Programs
  Computational and Applied Mathematics
   Computational and applied mathematics courses: CAM
  Graduate School
  Medieval Studies
   Medieval studies courses: MDV
  Neuroscience
   Neuroscience courses: NEU
  Science and Technology Commercialization
   Science and technology commercialization courses: STC
  Writing
   Writing courses: WRT
 
5. Members of Graduate Studies Committees
 
Appendix: Course Abbreviations


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