UT Grad Cat, 97-99


Contents

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Appendix


 


 


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   Contents

 Chapter 1
 Chapter 2
 Chapter 3
 Chapter 4
 Chapter 5
 Appendix


About the University of Texas at Austin Catalog
Officers of the University
Directory of University Offices


Chapter 1  Graduate Study

Statement on Equal Educational Opportunity
The Nature and Purpose of Graduate Work
Graduate Degrees
Fields of Study
Joint Degree Programs
Doctoral Portfolio Programs
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
 

Chapter 2  Admission and Registration

Admission
Admission with Conditions
Admission as a Nondegree Student
Applying for Admission
International Students
Enrollment Deposit
Readmission
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


Back to Top   Chapter 3  Degree Requirements
   


Residence
Additional Degrees at the Same or a Lower Level
Limitation for Faculty
Grade Point Averages
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 and Academic Dismissal
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
Admission Requirements
Foreign Language Requirement
Diagnostic and Comprehensive Examinations
Program of Study
Doctoral Dissertation
Graduation
Graduation under a Particular Catalog
Procedures of Graduation
Other Components of the University of Texas System


Back to Top   Chapter 4  Fields of Study
   


Architecture
Architecture
Community and Regional Planning

Business Administration
Business Administration
Accounting
Finance
International Business--see Marketing Administration
Legal Environment of Business--see Management Science and
Information Systems

Management
Management Information Systems--see Management Science and
Information Systems

Management Science and Information Systems
Marketing Administration
Real Estate--see Finance
Risk Management--see Management Science and Information Systems
Statistics--see Management Science and Information Systems

Communication
Communication
Advertising
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Journalism
Radio-Television-Film
Speech Communication

Education
Education
Curriculum and Instruction
Educational Administration
Educational Psychology
Foreign Language Education
Human Resource Development Leadership
Kinesiology and Health Education
Science Education, Mathematics Education
Special Education

Engineering
Engineering
Aerospace Engineering
Architectural Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Energy and Mineral Resources
Engineering Mechanics
Environmental Health Engineering--see Civil Engineering
Manufacturing Systems Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Operations Research and Industrial Engineering
Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering
Software Engineering--see Electrical and Computer Engineering

Fine Arts
Drama--see Theatre
Fine Arts
Art and Art History
Music
Theatre

Liberal Arts
American Civilization
Anthropology
Arabic--see Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures
Asian Cultures and Languages--see Asian Studies
Asian Studies
Bengali--see Asian Studies
Chinese--see Asian Studies
Classics
Cognitive Science
Comparative Literature
Czech--see Slavic Languages
Economics
English
French and Italian
Geography
Germanic Languages
Government
Greek--see Classics
Hebrew--see Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures
Hindi--see Asian Studies
History
Italian--see French and Italian
Japanese--see Asian Studies
Latin--see Classics
Latin American Studies
Linguistics
Malayalam--see Asian Studies
Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures
Middle Eastern Studies
Persian--see Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures
Philosophy
Portuguese--see Spanish and Portuguese
Psychology
Russian--see Slavic Languages
Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies
Sanskrit--see Asian Studies
Slavic Languages
Sociology
Spanish and Portuguese
Turkish--see Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures

Library and Information Science

Natural Sciences
Astronomy
Biochemistry
Biological Sciences
Biological Sciences (Botany)
Biological Sciences (Zoology)
Chemistry
Child Development and Family Relationships
Computer Sciences
Geological Sciences
Home Economics
Marine Science
Mathematical Statistics--see Statistics
Mathematics
Microbiology
Molecular Biology
Nutritional Sciences
Physics
Statistics
Zoology--see Biological Sciences (Zoology)

Nursing

Pharmacy

Public Affairs

Social Work

Intercollegial Programs
Computational and Applied Mathematics
Graduate School
Medieval Studies
Neuroscience
Science and Technology Commercialization
Writing
 

Chapter 5  Members of Graduate Studies Committees

 

Appendix  Course Abbreviations


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 Registrar's Web Team
 14 Aug 1997