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Undergraduate Catalog, 2006-2008

Contents

About the Catalog
Officers of Administration
Board of Regents
Directory of Offices

1. The University

Statement on Equal Educational Opportunity
Title IX/ADA/504 Coordinators
      Disability (Section 504/ADA)
      Gender (Title IX)
Accreditation
The University of Texas at Austin
The Mission of the University
Honor Code
The University of Texas System
Organization of the University
      Academic Affairs
      Student Services
Degree Programs
Simultaneous Majors
Interdisciplinary Opportunities
      Bridging Disciplines Programs
Preprofessional Programs
      Preparation for Dentistry, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Pharmacy, and Allied Health Professions
      Preparation for Law
      Preparation for Teacher Certification
Basic Education Requirements
      Core Curriculum
      Additional Basic Education Requirements
Coursework in the Graduate Schooland the School of Law
      Graduate Work for Undergraduate Credit
      Reservation of Work by Undergraduates for Graduate Credit
      Courses in the School of Law
Honors
      Honor Societies for Freshmen
      Junior Fellows Program
      College Scholars
      University Honors
      Scholarships
      Phi Beta Kappa
      Phi Kappa Phi
      Leadership and Service Organizations
      Graduation with University Honors
Academic Advising
      Student Responsibility
Graduation
      General Requirements
      Multiple Degrees
      Graduation under a Particular Catalog

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2. School of Architecture

General Information
Purpose
History
Facilities for Study and Research
Study Abroad
Student Organizations
Honors
      University Honors
      Graduation with University Honors
      School of Architecture Recognition Awards
Financial Assistance Available through the School of Architecture

Admission and Registration
Admission
      Freshman Admission
      Students in Other Colleges of the University
      Transfer Admission
Summer Entry
Transfer Credit
Duration of Programs
Registration
      Minimum Number of Hours in the Long Session
      Registration for Advanced Design Courses
Third-Year Portfolio Requirement
Advising

Academic Policies and Procedures
Equipment and Supplies
Ownership of Student Work
Standard of Work Required
Employed Students

Graduation
The Degree Audit

Degrees
Degrees Offered
Sequence of Work
Applicability of Certain Courses
      Correspondence and Extension Courses
      Courses Taken on the Pass/Fail Basis
      Physical Activity Courses
      ROTC Courses
      Admission Deficiencies
Bachelor of Architecture
      Curriculum
      Suggested Arrangement of Courses
Bachelor of Architecture Dual Degree Programs
      Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering
      Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Arts, Plan II
Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies
      Curriculum
      Suggested Arrangement of Courses
Bachelor of Science in Interior Design
      Curriculum
      Suggested Arrangement of Courses

Courses
Architectural Interior Design: ARI
Architecture: ARC
Community and Regional Planning: CRP

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3. Red McCombs School of Business

General Information
Objectives
History and Facilities
Financial Assistance Available through the School
Student Services and Academic Advising
      Self-Advising
Ford Career Center
Student Organizations

Admission and Registration
Requirements for Admission to the McCombs School of Business
      Freshman Admission Requirements for Texas Residents
      Freshman Admission Requirements for Nonresidents
      Application Procedures for Freshman Admission
      Students in Other Divisions of the University
      Transfer Admission
      Claiming a Major
Admission-to-Major Requirements for Students Previously Enrolled in the School
Registration

Academic Policies and Procedures
Computer Proficiency Requirement
Honors
      Business Honors Program
      University Honors
      Graduation with University Honors
      Beta Gamma Sigma
The Minor
The Customer Insight Concentration
The Business Foundations Program
      Business Foundations Certification Requirements

Graduation
Special Requirements of the McCombs School of Business
The Degree Audit and Graduation Application

Degrees
Applicability of Certain Courses
      Physical Activity Courses
      ROTC Courses
      Courses Taken on the Pass/Fail Basis
      Correspondence and Extension Courses
      Concurrent Enrollment
Bachelor of Business Administration Degree Requirements
Program Degree Requirements
      Accounting
      Engineering Route to the Bachelor of Business Administration
      Finance
      Business Honors Program
      International Business
      Management
      Management Information Systems
      Marketing
      Supply Chain Management

Courses
Business Administration
      Business Administration: B A
Department of Accounting
      Accounting: ACC
Department of Finance
      Finance: FIN
      Real Estate: R E
Department of Information, Risk, and Operations Management
      Legal Environment of Business: LEB
      Management Information Systems: MIS
      Operations Management: O M
      Risk Management: R M
      Statistics: STA
Department of Management
      Management: MAN
Department of Marketing
      International Business: I B
      Marketing: MKT

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4. College of Communication

General Information
Facilities
Financial Assistance Available through the College of Communication
Academic Advising
Communication Career Services
Student Organizations

Admission and Registration
Admission to the University
Admission Policies of the College of Communication
Registration

Academic Policies and Procedures
Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation Test
Honors
      Senior Fellows Program
      Departmental Honors Programs
      University Honors
      Graduation with University Honors
Communication and Society Concentration
      Concentration Courses
United States Latino and Latin American Media Studies Concentration
      Concentration Courses
Courses for Teacher Preparation

Graduation
Special Requirements of the College of Communication
The Degree Audit
Applying for Graduation

Degrees
Degrees Offered
Writing Requirement
Communication and Culture Requirement
Applicability of Certain Courses
      Internship Credit
      Physical Activity Courses
      ROTC Courses
      Concurrent Enrollment and Correspondence and Extension Courses
      Courses Taken on the Pass/Fail Basis
      Bible Courses
Bachelor of Science in Advertising
      Areas of Study
      The Consent Procedure
      Special Requirements
      Prescribed Work
      Major Requirements
      Order and Choice of Work
Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders
      Special Requirements
      Prescribed Work
      Special Emphases in Communication Sciences and Disorders
      Major Requirements
      Order and Choice of Work
Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies
      Special Requirements
      Prescribed Work
      Major Requirements
      Order and Choice of Work
Bachelor of Journalism
      Areas of Study
      Special Requirements
      Prescribed Work
      Major Requirements
      Order and Choice of Work
Bachelor of Science in Public Relations
      The Consent Procedure
      Special Requirements
      Prescribed Work
      Major Requirements
      Order and Choice of Work
Bachelor of Science in Radio-Television-Film
      Special Requirements
      Prescribed Work
      Major Requirements
      Areas of Study
      Order and Choice of Work

Courses
Communication
      Communication: COM
Department of Advertising
      Advertising: ADV
      Public Relations: P R
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
      Communication Sciences and Disorders: CSD
Department of Communication Studies
      Communication Studies: CMS
School of Journalism
      Journalism: J
Department of Radio-Television-Film
      Radio-Television-Film: RTF

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5. College of Education

General Information
Mission and Functions
Facilities
Financial Assistance Available through the College of Education
Student Services
Student Organizations
Education Career Services

Admission and Registration
Admission
Registration
Academic Advising
Admission to the Professional Development Sequence

Academic Policies and Procedures
Honors
      University Honors
      Graduation with University Honors

Graduation
Special Requirements of the College of Education
Applying for a Degree

Degrees
General Requirements
Applicability of Certain Courses
      Physical Activity Courses
      ROTC Courses
      Correspondence and Extension Courses
Bachelor of Science in Applied Learning and Development
      Basic Education Requirements
      Major Requirements
      Electives
Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology
      Basic Education Requirements
      Major Requirements
      Electives
Middle Grades, Secondary, and All-Level Teacher Certification
      Certification Requirements
      Minimum Scholastic Requirements
      Teaching Fields

Courses
Applied Learning and Development
      Applied Learning and Development: ALD
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
      Curriculum and Instruction: EDC
Department of Educational Psychology
      Educational Psychology: EDP
Department of Kinesiology and Health Education
      Kinesiology: KIN
      Physical Education (Activity Courses): PED
Science
      Science: SCI
Department of Special Education
      Special Education: SED

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6. College of Engineering

General Information
History
Engineering Education
Instructional Facilities
Libraries
Office of Student Affairs
Engineering Students with Disabilities
Global Engineering Education
Engineering Career Assistance Center
Cooperative Engineering Education Program
Equal Opportunity in Engineering Program
Engineering Scholarship Program
Office of Student Life
Women in Engineering Program
Research Organizations
Engineering Foundation

Admission and Registration
Required and Optional Placement Tests
Entry-Level Courses in Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics
Information for Transfer Students
      Guidelines for Transfer Students
Admission to a Major Sequence in the College of Engineering
Registration
      Concurrent Enrollment
Advising
      Academic Advising
      Counseling and Referral Services
Transfer to an Engineering Major (Internal Transfer)

Academic Policies and Procedures
Grade Point Average for Academic Decisions
Quantity of Work Rule
      Maximum Number of Hours in the Long Session
      Minimum Number of Hours in the Long Session
      Rules for the Summer Session
      Combined Work-Study Load
Repetition of a Course
Attendance
Standard of Work Required and Scholastic Policies
Pass/Fail Option
Honors
      Engineering Honors Program
      Engineering Scholars
      University Honors
      Graduation with University Honors
      Professional and Honor Societies

Graduation
Special Requirements of the College of Engineering
      Residence Rules
      The Degree Audit
      Applying for Graduation
      Nonresidence Coursework
      Final Degree Audit
      Second Degrees
      Commencement
Registration as a Professional Engineer

Degrees
Dual Degree Programs
      Engineering/Plan II Dual Degree Program
      Dual Degree Program in Architectural Engineering and Architecture
Simultaneous Majors
Technical Area Options
      Interdisciplinary Options
      Preparation for Professional School
The Minor
ABET Criteria
Liberal Education of Engineers
      Social Science Elective
      Fine Arts/Humanities Elective
      Foreign Language Requirement
      Writing Requirement
Applicability of Certain Courses
      Physical Activity Courses
      ROTC Courses
      Correspondence and Extension Courses
Requirements Included in All Engineering Degree Plans
      Length of Degree Program
Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering
      Curriculum
      Technical Area Options
      Suggested Arrangement of Courses
Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering
      Dual Degree Program in Architectural Engineering and Architecture
      Curriculum
      Technical Electives
      Suggested Arrangement of Courses
Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering
      Program Outcomes
      Program Educational Objectives
      Curriculum
      Technical Area Options
      Senior Engineering Electives
      Suggested Arrangement of Courses
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
      Curriculum
      Honors Program
      Technical Area Options
      Suggested Arrangement of Courses
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
      Curriculum
      Level I and Level II Technical Electives
      Suggested Arrangement of Courses
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
      Program Educational Objectives
      Curricula
      Mathematics or Science Technical Elective
      Technical Area Options
      Suggested Arrangement of Courses
Bachelor of Science in Geosystems Engineering and Hydrogeology
      Curriculum
      Suggested Arrangement of Courses
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
      PROCEED (Project-Centered Education)
      Curriculum
      Bridges to the Future Certificate Program
      Career Gateway Elective Options
      Suggested Arrangement of Courses
Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering
      Curriculum
      Suggested Arrangement of Courses

Courses
General Engineering
      General Engineering: G E
Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics
      Aerospace Engineering: ASE
      Engineering Mechanics: E M
Department of Biomedical Engineering
      Biomedical Engineering: BME
Department of Chemical Engineering
      Chemical Engineering: CHE
Department of Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering
      Architectural Engineering: ARE
      Civil Engineering: C E
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
      Electrical Engineering: E E
Department of Mechanical Engineering
      Mechanical Engineering: M E
Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering
      Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering: PGE

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7. College of Fine Arts

General Information
History and Mission
Facilities
      Performing Arts Center
      Blanton Museum of Art
      Computer Facilities
      Fine Arts Library
      Study Abroad
Financial Assistance Available through the College of Fine Arts
Student Services and Academic Advising
      Office of the Dean
      Departmental Advising
      Career Advising
      Education Career Services

Admission and Registration
Special Admission Requirements in the College of Fine Arts
      Department of Art and Art History
      School of Music
      Department of Theatre and Dance
Students Transferring from Another College or University
Students Transferring within the University
Registration
      Approvals Required
      Prerequisites
      Fine Arts Registration Requirements

Academic Policies and Procedures
Class Attendance and Absences
Special Regulations of the College of Fine Arts
Honors
      University Honors
      Graduation with University Honors
      Special Honors in Art History
      Certificate of Recognition in Music Performance
Student Organizations

Graduation
Special Requirements of the College of Fine Arts
      Residence
      Grade Point Average
      School of Music Special Requirements
Applying for a Degree Audit
Applying for Graduation
Teacher Certification

Degrees
Degrees Offered
      Department of Art and Art History
      School of Music
      Department of Theatre and Dance
Applicability of Certain Courses
      Physical Activity Courses
      Bible Courses
      Courses Taken on the Pass/Fail Basis
      Credit by Examination, Correspondence, and Transfer
Basic Education Requirements for All Programs except Music Performance
Basic Education Requirements for Programs in Music Performance
Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts
      Studio Art Major
      Design Major
      Visual Art Studies Major
      Theatre Studies Major
      Dance Major
Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Music
      Voice Performance Major
      Piano Performance Major
      Organ or Harpsichord Performance Major
      Harp Performance Major
      Orchestral Instrument Performance Major
      Jazz Performance Major
      Music Theory Major
      Composition Major
      Jazz Composition Major
      Music Studies Major
Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts in Art
      Studio Art Major
      Art History Major
Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and Dance
Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts in Music
      Course Requirements
      Advancement to Upper-Division Standing
      Grade Point Average Requirements

Courses
Fine Arts
      Fine Arts: F A
Department of Art and Art History
      Art History: ARH
      Design: DES
      Studio Art: ART
      Visual Art Studies: VAS
School of Music
      Fields of Study
      Music: MUS
      Instruments
      Ensemble: ENS
Department of Theatre and Dance
      Theatre and Dance: T D

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8. John A. and Katherine G. Jackson School of Geosciences

General Information
Jackson School Academic Programs
      Undergraduate Research
      UTeach-Natural Sciences
      Concentrations
Financial Assistance
Career Services

Admission and Registration
Admission
Academic Advising
Registration

Academic Policies and Procedures
Repetition of a Course
Honors
      Departmental Honors Program

Graduation
Special Requirements of the Jackson School
Correspondence and Extension Courses
Applying for a Degree

Degrees
Applicability of Certain Courses
      Physical Activity Courses
      ROTC Courses
      Bible Courses
Bachelor of Arts in Geological Sciences
Bachelor of Science in Geological Sciences
      Prescribed Work Common to All Options
      Additional Prescribed Work for Each Option
Bachelor of Science in Geosystems Engineering and Hydrogeology
      Curriculum

Courses
Geological Sciences: GEO

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9. School of Information

Information Studies: INF

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10. College of Liberal Arts

General Information
Arts and Sciences Education
Scholarships Awarded Through the College of Liberal Arts
UTeach-Liberal Arts
Career Services

Admission and Registration
Admission
Registration
Academic Advising

Academic Policies and Procedures
Repetition of a Course
Honors
      Dean's Honor List
      Liberal Arts Honors Programs, Plan I
      Scholastic Honorary Societies

Graduation
Special Requirements of the College of Liberal Arts
Receiving a Degree Audit and Applying for Graduation

Degrees
Program in Comparative Literature
Applicability of Certain Courses
      Physical Activity Courses
      ROTC Courses
      Internship Courses
      Bible Courses
      Admission Deficiencies
      Correspondence and Extension Courses
      Courses Taken on the Pass/Fail Basis
      Courses in a Single Field
Bachelor of Arts, Plan I
      Summary of the Bachelor of Arts Degree, Plan I
      Degree Requirements, Specific
Bachelor of Arts, Plan II
      Special Requirements
      Choice of Work
      Order of Work
Bachelor of Science in Psychology
      Prescribed Work
      The Major
      The Minor
      Electives
      Minimum Scholastic Requirements
      Honors

Courses
Liberal Arts
      Liberal Arts: L A
Liberal Arts Honors
      Liberal Arts Honors: LAH
Department of American Studies
      American Studies: AMS
Department of Anthropology
      Anthropology: ANT
      Archaeology: ARY
Department of Asian Studies
      Asian Studies: ANS
      Bengali: BEN
      Chinese: CHI
      Hindi: HIN
      Japanese: JPN
      Korean: KOR
      Malayalam: MAL
      Sanskrit: SAN
      Tamil: TAM
      Urdu: URD
      Vietnamese: VTN
Department of Classics
      Ancient History and Classical Civilization: AHC
      Classical Civilization: C C
      Greek: GK
      Latin: LAT
Cognitive Science
      Cognitive Science: CGS
Comparative Literature
      Comparative Literature: C L
Connexus
      Connexus: CXS
Americo Paredes Center for Cultural Studies
      Cultural Studies: CLS
Department of Economics
      Economics: ECO
Department of English
      Registration in English
      English: E
Ethnic Studies Program
Center for African and African American Studies
      African and African American Studies: AFR
      Yoruba: YOR
Center for Asian American Studies
      Asian American Studies: AAS
Center for Mexican American Studies
      Mexican American Studies: MAS
Center for European Studies
      European Studies: EUS
Department of French and Italian
      Language of Instruction
      Course Levels and Placement
      Advising
      French: FR
      French Civilization: F C
      Italian: ITL
      Italian Civilization: ITC
Freshman Seminar
      Freshman Seminar: F S
Department of Geography and the Environment
      Geography: GRG
      Urban Studies: URB
Department of Germanic Studies
      Danish: DAN
      Dutch: DCH
      German: GER
      Germanic Civilization: GRC
      Norwegian: NOR
      Scandinavian: SCA
      Swedish: SWE
      Yiddish: YID
Department of Government
      Government: GOV
Department of History
      History: HIS
Humanities Program
      Humanities: HMN
Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies
      Latin American Studies: LAS
Department of Linguistics
      American Sign Language: ASL
      Linguistics: LIN
Department of Middle Eastern Studies
      Arabic: ARA
      Hebrew: HEB
      Islamic Studies: ISL
      Jewish Studies: J S
      Middle Eastern Studies: MES
      Persian: PRS
      Turkish: TUR
Department of Philosophy
      Philosophy: PHL
Plan II Honors Program
      Social Science: S S
      Tutorial Course: T C
Department of Psychology
      Psychology: PSY
Religious Studies
      Religious Studies: R S
Division of Rhetoric and Writing
      Placement in Rhetoric and Writing 306
      Rhetoric and Writing: RHE
ROTC Courses
Department of Air Force Science
      Air Force Science: AFS
Department of Military Science
      Military Science: M S
Department of Naval Science
      Naval Science: N S
Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies
      Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies: REE
Science, Technology, and Society
      Science, Technology, and Society: STS
Department of Slavic and Eurasian Studies
      Czech: CZ
      Polish: POL
      Russian: RUS
      Serbian/Croatian: S C
      Slavic: SLA
Department of Sociology
      Sociology: SOC
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
      Credit and Placement by Examination
      Course Selection
      Portuguese Civilization: PRC
      Portuguese: POR
      Spanish: SPN
UTeach-Liberal Arts
      UTeach-Liberal Arts: UTL
Center for Women's and Gender Studies
      Women's and Gender Studies: WGS

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11. College of Natural Sciences

General Information
Arts and Sciences Education
College Academic Programs
      Emerging Scholars Program
      Texas Interdisciplinary Plan
      Undergraduate Research
      UTeach-Natural Sciences
      The Elements of Computing Program
      International Studies in Science
Financial Assistance Available through the College
Natural Sciences Career Services

Admission and Registration
Admission
Admission to the Department of Computer Sciences
      The Pre-Computer Sciences Major
      Admission to the Major in Computer Sciences
Admission to the Coordinated Program in Dietetics
Admission to the Textiles and Apparel Program
      Admission to the Major in Textiles and Apparel
      Admission to the Field Experience Programs
Registration
Academic Advising

Academic Policies and Procedures
Repetition of a Course
Honors
      Dean's Scholars Honors Option
      Turing Scholars in Computer Sciences
      Departmental Honorary Societies
      Departmental Honors Programs

Graduation
Special Requirements of the College of Natural Sciences
Applying for a Degree

Degrees
Marine Science Program
Applicability of Certain Courses
      Physical Activity Courses
      ROTC Courses
      Bible Courses
      Admission Deficiencies
      Concurrent Enrollment
      Courses Taken on the Pass/Fail Basis
      Courses in a Single Field
Bachelor of Arts, Plan I
      Summary
      Degree Requirements, Specific
Bachelor of Science in Astronomy
      Prescribed Work Common to Both Options
      Additional Prescribed Work for Each Option
      Special Requirements
Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry
      Prescribed Work Common to All Options
      Additional Prescribed Work for Each Option
      Special Requirements
      Order and Choice of Work
Bachelor of Science in Biology
      Prescribed Work Common to All Options
      Additional Prescribed Work for Each Option
      Special Requirements
      Order and Choice of Work
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
      Prescribed Work Common to All Options
      Additional Prescribed Work for Each Option
      Special Requirements
      Order and Choice of Work
Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science
      Prescribed Work
      Special Requirements
      Order and Choice of Work
Bachelor of Science in Computer Sciences
      Prescribed Work Common to All Options
      Additional Prescribed Work for Each Option
      Special Requirements
      Order and Choice of Work
Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Sciences
      Prescribed Work Common to All Options
      Additional Prescribed Work for Each Option
      Special Requirements
Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Science
      Prescribed Work Common to Both Options
      Additional Prescribed Work for Each Option
      Special Requirements (Option I)
      Special Requirements (Option II)
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
      Prescribed Work Common to All Options
      Additional Prescribed Work for Each Option
      Special Requirements
Bachelor of Science in Nutrition
      Prescribed Work Common to All Options
      Additional Prescribed Work for Each Option
      Special Requirements
Bachelor of Science in Physics
      Prescribed Work Common to All Options
      Additional Prescribed Work for Each Option
      Special Requirements
Bachelor of Science in Textiles and Apparel
      Option I: Apparel Design and Conservation
      Option II: Retail Merchandising

Courses
Natural Sciences
      Natural Sciences: NSC
Department of Astronomy
      Astronomy: AST
School of Biological Sciences
      Biology: BIO
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
      Placement in Chemistry
      Biochemistry: BCH
      Chemistry: CH
Department of Computer Sciences
      Computer Sciences: C S
Department of Human Ecology
      Human Development and Family Sciences: HDF
      Human Ecology: H E
      Nutrition: NTR
      Textiles and Apparel: TXA
Department of Marine Science
      Marine Science: MNS
Department of Mathematics
      Prerequisites
      Actuarial Foundations: ACF
      Mathematics: M
Department of Physics
      Physical Science: P S
      Physics: PHY
UTeach-Natural Sciences
      UTeach-Natural Sciences: UTS

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12. School of Nursing

General Information
History
Facilities
Financial Assistance Available through the School of Nursing
      Endowed Scholarships
Other Financial Aid Programs
      Nonendowed Scholarships
      ROTC Nursing Scholarships
Student Organizations

Admission and Registration
Admission to the University
Preprofessional Sequence
Admission to the Professional Sequence in Nursing
Students from Other Institutions
      Preprofessional Sequence
      Professional Sequence
Registration
Academic Advising

Academic Policies and Procedures
Student Responsibility
School of Nursing Code of Honor
Standards of Nursing Performance and Progress
Medical Clearance Requirements
Background Checks
CPR Requirement
Health and Hospitalization Insurance
Professional Liability Insurance
Uniforms and Other Expenses
Transportation
Honors
      University Honors
      Graduation with University Honors
      Dean's Honor List
      Sigma Theta Tau
Credit by Examination

Graduation
Special Requirements of the School of Nursing
Degree Audit
Graduation Application Form
Licensure as a Professional Nurse

Degrees
Programs in the School of Nursing
Purpose of the School of Nursing
Objectives of the Bachelor's Degree Program
Applicability of Certain Courses
      ROTC Courses
      Correspondence and Extension Courses
Degree Requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing
      Foreign Language Requirement
      Preprofessional Sequence
      Professional Sequence
Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree for Registered Nurses

Courses
Nursing: N

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13. College of Pharmacy

General Information
History
Accreditation
Aims and Curricula
Legal Requirements for Professional Practice
The Pharmaceutical Foundation
Facilities
      The Pharmacy Building
      Pharmacy Facilities in San Antonio
      Pharmacy Facilities in El Paso
      Pharmacy Facilities in Edinburg
      Office of Pharmacy Continuing Education
      Learning Resource Center
Libraries
Honors and Awards
Financial Assistance Available through the College of Pharmacy
      Endowed Presidential Scholarships
      Other Endowed Scholarships
      Other Scholarships
      Loan Funds
Student Organizations
Placement Services
Graduate Degrees

Admission and Registration
Admission to the University
Admission to the Professional Curriculum
      Admission to the First Professional Year
Registration
Professional Liability Insurance
Medical Clearance Requirements
Registration as a Student Pharmacist-Intern
Student Health Insurance

Academic Policies and Procedures
Academic Standards in the College of Pharmacy
      Academic Progress
      Academic Probation and Dismissal
      Calculation of Grade Point Averages
      The Academic Performance Committee
      Course Load and Sequence of Work
Early Practice Experience
Standards of Ethical Conduct
Attendance in Classes and Laboratories
Academic Advising
Career Counseling in the College of Pharmacy
Honors
      Pharmacy Honors Program

Graduation

Degrees
The Minor
Applicability of Certain Courses
      Physical Activity Courses
      ROTC Courses
      Correspondence and Extension Courses
Prescribed Work
      Basic Education Requirements
      Professional Electives
      Preprofessional and Professional Coursework

Courses
Pharmacy: PHR

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14. Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs

Public Affairs: P A

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15. School of Social Work

General Information
Accreditation
History
Purpose
Program Objectives
Facilities
Financial Assistance Available through the School of Social Work
Career Services
College Council of Social Work
Professional Liability Insurance

Admission and Registration
Requirements for Admission to the University
Requirements for Admission to the School of Social Work
      Admission to the School of Social Work as a Pre-Social Work Major
      Admission to the Major in Social Work
Transfer Credit
Registration

Academic Policies and Procedures
Academic Advising
Career Choice Information
Honors
      University Honors
      Graduation with University Honors
Review and Grievance Procedures

Graduation
Special Requirements of the School of Social Work
Applying for a Degree
Advanced Standing in Master's Degree Programs

Degrees
Applicability of Certain Courses
      Physical Activity Courses
      ROTC Courses
      Correspondence and Extension Courses
      Courses Taken on the Pass/Fail Basis
      Other Courses
The Minor
Bachelor of Social Work
      Prescribed Work
      Major Requirements
      Special Requirements
      Order and Choice of Work

Courses
Social Work: S W

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16. The Faculty

School of Architecture

Red McCombs School of Business
      Department of Accounting
      Department of Finance
      Department of Information, Risk, and Operations Management
      Department of Management
      Department of Marketing

College of Communication
      Department of Advertising
      Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
      Department of Communication Studies
      School of Journalism
      Department of Radio-Television-Film

College of Education
      Department of Curriculum and Instruction
      Department of Educational Psychology
      Department of Kinesiology and Health Education
      Department of Special Education
      University Colleague of the College of Education

College of Engineering
      Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics
      Department of Biomedical Engineering
      Department of Chemical Engineering
      Department of Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering
      Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
      Department of Mechanical Engineering
      Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering

College of Fine Arts
      Department of Art and Art History
      School of Music
      Department of Theatre and Dance

John A. and Katherine G. Jackson School of Geosciences
      Department of Geological Sciences

College of Liberal Arts
      Department of American Studies
      Department of Anthropology
      Department of Asian Studies
      Department of Classics
      Americo Paredes Center for Cultural Studies
      Department of Economics
      Department of English
      Center for African and African American Studies
      Center for Asian American Studies
      Center for Mexican American Studies
      Department of French and Italian
      Department of Geography and the Environment
      Department of Germanic Studies
      Department of Government
      Department of History
      Humanities Program
      Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies
      Department of Linguistics
      Center for Middle Eastern Studies
      Department of Middle Eastern Studies
      Department of Philosophy
      Plan II Honors Program
      Department of Psychology
      Division of Rhetoric and Writing
      Department of Air Force Science
      Department of Military Science
      Department of Naval Science
      Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies
      Department of Slavic and Eurasian Studies
      Department of Sociology
      Department of Spanish and Portuguese
      Center for Women's and Gender Studies

College of Natural Sciences
      Department of Astronomy
      School of Biological Sciences
      Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
      Department of Computer Sciences
      Department of Human Ecology
      Department of Marine Science
      Department of Mathematics
      Department of Physics

School of Nursing

College of Pharmacy

School of Social Work

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Transfer Guides (TCCN)

Appendix B, Degree and Course Abbreviations

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