Undergraduate Catalog Table of Contents, Continued

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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


6 College of Engineering
Deans
General Information
History
Engineering Education
Instructional Facilities
Libraries
Equal Opportunity in Engineering Program
Women in Engineering Program
Office for Engineering Students with Disabilities
Engineering Study Abroad
Financial Assistance Available through the College of Engineering
Engineering Career Assistance Center
Cooperative Engineering Education 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
Academic Policies and Procedures
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
Irregular Student Petition
Combined Work-Study Load
Repetition of a Course
Drop Policies
Attendance
Standard of Work Required and Scholastic Policies
Pass/Fail Option
Honors
Freshman Engineering Honors Program
Engineering Honors Program
Chemical Engineering Honors Curriculum
Engineering Honors/Plan II Dual Degree 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 Review
Second Degrees
Commencement
Registration as a Professional Engineer
Degrees
Technical Area Options
Interdisciplinary Options
Preparation for Professional School
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
Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering
Dual Degree Program in Architectural Engineering and Architecture
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Geosystems Engineering and Hydrogeology[1]
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering
Courses
General Engineering
Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics
Department of Chemical Engineering
Department of Civil Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering
7 College of Fine Arts
Deans
General Information
History and Mission
Facilities
Performing Arts Center
Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery
Microcomputer 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 Placement Service
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
Dean's Honor List
Special Honors in Art History
Certificate of Recognition in Music Performance
Honorary Societies and Service Organizations
Graduation
Candidacy for 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
Art History 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
Music Theory Major
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
Courses
Fine Arts
Department of Art and Art History
School of Music
Department of Theatre and Dance

8 College of Liberal Arts
Deans
General Information
Arts and Sciences Education
Scholarships Awarded through the College of Liberal Arts
Career Services
Admission and Registration
Admission
Registration
Academic Advising
Academic Policies and Procedures
Honors
Dean's Honor List
Plan I Honors Programs
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
Other Courses
Admission Deficiencies
Correspondence and Extension Courses
Courses Taken on the Pass/Fail Basis
Bachelor of Arts, Plan I
Summary of the Bachelor of Arts Degree, Plan I
Degree Requirements, Specific
Prescribed Work
Special Requirements
Concentrations
Majors and Minors
Bachelor of Arts, Plan II
Special Requirements
Choice of Work
Order of Work
Courses
Liberal Arts Honors
Department of American Studies
Department of Asian Studies
Department of Anthropology
Archaeological Studies Program
Department of Classics
Cognitive Science
Comparative Literature
Department of Economics
Division of Rhetoric and Composition
Department of English
Ethnic Studies Program
Center for African and African American Studies
Center for Mexican American Studies
European Studies
Center for Intercultural Studies in Folklore and Ethnomusicology
Department of French and Italian
Department of Geography
Department of Germanic Studies
Department of Government
Department of History
Humanities Program
Language and Area Center for Latin American Studies
Department of Linguistics
Department of Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures
Center for Middle Eastern Studies
Museum Courses
Department of Philosophy
Plan II Honors Program
Department of Psychology
Religious Studies
ROTC Courses
Department of Air Force Science
Department of Naval Science
Department of Military Science
Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies
Department of Slavic Languages
Department of Sociology
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Women's Studies
9 College of Natural Sciences
Deans
General Information
Arts and Sciences Education
Financial Assistance Available through the College of Natural Sciences
Career Planning and Placement Services
Admission and Registration
Admission
Registration
Academic Advising
Academic Policies and Procedures
Honors
Dean's Scholars Honors Program
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
Other Courses
Admission Deficiencies
Correspondence and Extension Courses
Courses Taken on the Pass/Fail Basis
Bachelor of Arts, Plan I
Summary
Degree Requirements, Specific
Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry
Bachelor of Science in Biology
Option I: Molecular Biology
Option II: Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation Biology
Option III: Teaching1
Bachelor of Science in Botany
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry: Teaching Option1
Bachelor of Science in Child Development and Family Relationships
Bachelor of Science in Computer Sciences
Bachelor of Science in Geological Sciences
Option I: General Geology
Option II: Geophysics
Option III: Hydrogeology/Environmental Geology
Option IV: Teaching
Bachelor of Science in Geosystems Engineering and Hydrogeology
Bachelor of Science in Interior Design
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology
Bachelor of Science in Microbiology
Bachelor of Science in Nutrition
Option I: Nutrition
Option II: Coordinated Program in Dietetics
Bachelor of Science in Physics
Bachelor of Science in Physics: Teaching Option1
Bachelor of Science in Textiles and Apparel
Option I: Apparel Design and Conservation
Option II: Retail Merchandising
Bachelor of Science in Zoology
Courses
Department of Astronomy
Division of Biological Sciences
Department of Botany
Department of Microbiology
Department of Zoology
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Department of Computer Sciences
Department of Geological Sciences
Department of Human Ecology
Department of Marine Science
Department of Mathematics
Department of Physics


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