Degree Programs

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

Architectural studiesBSAS
ArchitectureBArch
Interior designBSID

RED MCCOMBS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Business administrationBBA
Department of Accounting
AccountingBBA
Department of Business, Government, and Society
International businessBBA
Department of Finance
FinanceBBA
Department of Information, Risk, and Operations Management
Management information systemsBBA
Science and technology managementBBA
Supply chain managementBBA
Department of Management
ManagementBBA
Department of Marketing
MarketingBBA

MOODY COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION

Department of Advertising
AdvertisingBSAdv
Public relationsBSPR
Department of Communication Studies
Communication and leadershipBSComm&Lead
Communication studiesBSCommStds
School of Journalism and Media
JournalismBJ
Department of Radio-Television-Film
Radio-television-filmBSRTF
Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences
Speech, language, and hearing sciencesBSSLH

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Applied Learning and DevelopmentBSALD
Youth and community studiesBSALD
Department of Kinesiology and Health Education
Applied movement scienceBSKin&Health
Athletic trainingBSAthTrng
Exercise scienceBSKin&Health
Health promotion and behavioral scienceBSKin&Health
Physical culture and sportsBSKin&Health
Sport managementBSKin&Health

COCKRELL SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics
Aerospace engineeringBSAsE
Computational engineeringBSCompE
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical engineeringBSBiomedE
John J. McKetta Jr. Department of Chemical Engineering
Chemical engineeringBSChE
Department of Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering
Architectural engineeringBSArchE
Environmental engineeringBSEnvE
Civil engineeringBSCE
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Electrical engineeringBSEE
J. Mike Walker Department of Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical engineering BSME
Hildebrand Department of Petroleum Engineering
Petroleum engineeringBSPE
Geosystems engineering and hydrogeology (offered jointly by the Hildebrand Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering and the Jackson School of Geosciences)BSGEH

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS

Department of Art and Art History
Art historyBA
Studio artBA, BFA
Art educationBFA
School of Design and Creative Technologies
Arts and entertainment technologiesBSAET
DesignBA, BFA
Sarah and Ernest Butler School of Music
CompositionBMusic
Jazz (emphasis in composition or performance: double bass, drum set, guitar, piano, saxophone, trombone, and trumpet)BMusic
MusicBAMusic
Music CompositionBMusic
Music Performance (Students may major in voice, piano, organ, harpsichord, harp, or one of the orchestral instruments, including euphonium, guitar, and saxophone)BMusic
Music studiesBMusic
Department of Theatre and Dance
ActingBFA
DanceBFA
Theatre and danceBATD
Theatre educationBFA

JOHN A. AND KATHERINE G. JACKSON SCHOOL OF GEOSCIENCES

Department of Geological Sciences
Geological sciencesBAGeoSci, BSEnvirSci
Geological Sciences
General geologyBSGeoSci
GeophysicsBSGeoSci
HydrogeologyBSGeoSci
TeachingBSGeoSci
Geosystems engineering and hydrogeology (offered jointly with the Cockrell School of Engineering)BSGEH

SCHOOL OF INFORMATION

Informatics*BA, BS*
*BS degree and informatics degree programs pending approval by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, per Texas Education Code Section 61.0512, at the time of publication. Texas Education Code Section 61.0512: https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/ED/htm/ED.61.htm#61.0512

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

Health and societyBA
Human Dimensions of OrganizationsBA
HumanitiesBA
International relations and global studiesBA
Plan II Honors ProgramBA
Department of African and African Diaspora Studies
African and African diaspora studiesBA
Race, indigeneity, and migrationBA
Department of American Studies
American studiesBA
Department of Anthropology
AnthropologyBA
Center for Asian American Studies
Ethnic studies (Students majoring in ethnic studies concentrate in Asian American studies.)BA
Department of Asian Studies
Asian cultures and languages (Students specialize in Chinese, Hindi/Urdu, Japanese, Korean, Malayalam, Sanskrit, or Tamil.)BA
Asian studiesBA
Department of Classics
Classical languages (Students specialize in classics, Greek, or Latin)BA
Classical studies (Students specialize in ancient history or classical archaeology)BA
Department of Economics
EconomicsBA
Department of English
EnglishBA
Center for European Studies
European studiesBA
Department of French and Italian
French studiesBA
Italian studiesBA
Department of Geography and the Environment
Geographical sciencesBSEnvirSci
GeographyBA
Urban studiesBA
Department of Germanic Studies
GermanBA
Department of Government
GovernmentBA
Department of History
HistoryBA
Schusterman Center for Jewish Studies
Jewish studiesBA
Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies
Latin American studiesBA
Department of Linguistics
LinguisticsBA
Department for Mexican American and Latina/o Studies
Mexican American and Latina/o studiesBA
Center for Middle Eastern Studies
Middle Eastern studiesBA
Department of Philosophy
PhilosophyBA
Department of Psychology
PsychologyBA, BSPsy
Department of Religious Studies
Religious studiesBA
Department of Rhetoric and Writing
Rhetoric and writingBA
Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies
Russian, East European, and Eurasian studiesBA
Department of Sociology
Sociology BA
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
PortugueseBA
SpanishBA
Center for Women's and Gender Studies
Women's and gender studiesBA

COLLEGE OF NATURAL SCIENCES

Department of Astronomy
AstronomyBA, BSA, BSAst
Biology Instruction Office
BiologyBSA, BSBio
Department of Chemistry
ChemistryBA, BSA, BSCh
Department of Computer Science
Computer scienceBA, BSA, BSCompSci
School of Human Ecology
Human development and family sciencesBSA, BSHDFS
Human ecologyBSA
Nutrition BSA, BSNtr
Public healthBSPublichealth
Textiles and apparelBSTA
Department of Integrative Biology
Biological sciencesBSEnvirSci
Department of Mathematics
MathematicsBA, BSA, BSMath
Department of Molecular Biosciences
BiochemistryBSA, BSBioch
Medical laboratory scienceBSMedLabSci
Department of Neuroscience
NeuroscienceBSA, BSNeurosci
Department of Physics
PhysicsBA, BSA, BSPhy

SCHOOL OF NURSING

NursingBSN

COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

PharmacyPharmD

STEVE HICKS SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK

Social workBSW

Dual Degree Programs

A dual degree program allows for academically outstanding students to pursue two separate degree programs through a structured arrangement that may reduce time to degree completion. Separate degrees are awarded within one university or inter-institutionally when students pursue and complete simultaneous majors leading to two, separate degrees at the same level based on a formal agreement. Separate academic awards for each distinct degree are conferred bearing the university’s name, seal, and signature.

Architecture/Architectural EngineeringBArch and BSArchE
Architecture/Plan IIBArch and BA
Business/Computer ScienceBBA and BSCompSci

Programs with other institutions.

The dual degree programs listed above lead to two University degrees; in other programs, students pursue degrees from the University and from another school at the same time. The University’s School of Pharmacy offers a coordinated program with the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health leading to the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) professional degree from the University and the Master of Public Health from the center.

Integrated Degree Programs

A degree program, typically five years long, based on a formal agreement within one university or that is inter-institutional intentionally designed to serve as a bridge between undergraduate and graduate programs. Integrated degree programs allow undergraduate students to complete master’s coursework as an undergraduate student and use those courses toward a master’s program. Graduate-level courses taken by undergraduates may be used to satisfy their undergraduate degree requirements or they may be reserved for graduate credit towards the graduate degree. Such arrangements may reduce time to degree completion. After completing undergraduate degree requirements, students transition to the graduate program and complete their master’s degree as a graduate student.

AccountingBBA and MPA
Biomedical EngineeringBSBME and MSE
Computer ScienceBSCompSci and MSCompSci
Computer Science and Information StudiesBSCompSci and MSIS
Computer Science and Computational Science, Engineering, and MathematicsBSCompSci and MSCSEM
Electrical EngineeringBSEE and MSE
Mechanical EngineeringBSME and MSE
Women's and Gender StudiesBA and MA

Programs with other institutions.

The integrated degree programs listed above lead to two University degrees; in other programs, students pursue degrees from the University and from another school at the same time. The University's College of Natural Sciences offers an integrated degree program with the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health leading to the Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPublichealth) degree from the University and the Master of Public Health degree from the center.