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1. The University
2. School of Architecture
3. College of Business Administration
4. College of Communication
5. College of Education
6. College of Engineering
7. College of Fine Arts
8. College of Liberal Arts
9. College of Natural Sciences
10. School of Nursing
11. College of Pharmacy
12. School of Social Work
13. The Faculty
Appendix A, Texas Common Course Numbering System
Appendix B, Degree and Course Abbreviations


1 The University
Statement on Equal Educational Opportunity
The University of Texas at Austin
The Mission of the University
The University of Texas System
Organization of the University
Academic Affairs
Student Services
Degree Programs
Preprofessional Programs
Preparation for Dentistry, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Pharmacy, and Allied Health Professions
Preparation for Law
Preparation for Teaching in High School
Preparation for Library Work
Preparation for Social Work
Basic Education Requirements
Coursework in the Graduate School and the School of Law
Graduate Courses
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
British Marshall, Rhodes, and Truman 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
2 School of Architecture
Deans
General Information
Purpose
History
Facilities for Study and Research
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 Requirements
Application Procedures for Freshman Admission
Students in Other Colleges of the University
Transfer Admission
Summer Entry
Transfer Credit
Duration of Program
Registration
Minimum Number of Hours in the Long Session
Registration for Advanced Architectural 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
Degrees
Degrees Offered
Sequence of Work
Degree Audit
Applicability of Certain Courses
Correspondence and Extension Courses
Courses Taken on the Pass/Fail Basis
Physical Activity Courses
ROTC Courses
Admission Deficiencies
The Five-Year Program
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
The Four-Year Program
Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies
Courses
Architecture
Community and Regional Planning
3 College of Business Administration
Deans
General Information
Objectives
History and Facilities
Financial Assistance Available through the College of Business Administration
Student Services and Academic Advising
Self-Advising
Business Career Services
Student Organizations
Bureau of Business Research
Admission and Registration
Requirements for Admission to the College of Business Administration
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 at the University
Registration
Academic Policies and Procedures
Honors
Honors Program
University Honors
Graduation with University Honors
Beta Gamma Sigma
The Business Foundations Program
Admission to the Certification Program
Business Foundations Certification Program Requirements
Graduation
Special Requirements of the College of Business Administration
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
Internships
Bachelor of Business Administration Degree Requirements
Program Degree Requirements
Accounting
Engineering Route to the Bachelor of Business Administration
Finance
Honors Program
International Business
Management
Management Information Systems
Marketing
Courses
Business Administration
Department of Accounting
Department of Finance
Department of Management
Department of Management Science and Information Systems
Department of Marketing Administration
4 College of Communication
Deans
General Information
Facilities
Financial Assistance Available through the College of Communication
Career Services
Admission and Registration
Admission to the University
Admission Policies of the College of Communication
Academic Advising
Registration
Academic Policies and Procedures
Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation Test
Honors
Senior Fellows Program
Departmental Honors Programs
University Honors
Graduation with University Honors
Honorary and Professional Organizations
Communication and Society Concentration
United States Latino and Latin American Media Studies Concentration
Graduation
Special Requirements of the College of Communication
Receiving a Degree Audit and Applying for Graduation
Degrees
Degrees Offered
Writing Requirement
Communication and Culture Requirement
Applicability of Certain Courses
Physical Activity Courses
ROTC Courses
Concurrent Enrollment and Correspondence and Extension Courses
Courses Taken on the Pass/Fail Basis
Other Courses
Courses for Teacher Preparation
Bachelor of Science in Advertising
Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders
Bachelor of Journalism
Bachelor of Science in Radio-Television-Film
Bachelor of Science in Speech
Courses
Communication
Department of Advertising
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Department of Journalism
Department of Radio-Television-Film
Department of Speech Communication
5 College of Education
Deans
General Information
Mission and Functions
Facilities
Financial Assistance Available through the College of Education
Student Services
Student Organizations
Education Placement Service
Admission and Registration
Admission to the Professional Development Sequence in Teacher Certification Programs
Registration
Academic Advising
Academic Policies and Procedures
Certification Requirements
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
Elementary Academic Specializations
Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology
Basic Education Requirements
Major Requirements
Electives
Secondary School Teacher Certification
Additional Requirements and Modifications Needed for Certification
Teaching Fields for Secondary School Teacher Certification
Courses
Applied Learning and Development
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Department of Educational Psychology
Department of Kinesiology and Health Education
Science
Department of Special Education


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