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Welcome to the University of Utah You have it—ideas, potential, ambition. You’ve worked hard, and you have unique experiences that have shaped who you are. We want you to bring your stories, perspectives, and drive for success to the University of Utah. We’re here to help make your ideas come to life. We’ll provide you with the right tools, opportunities, and resources to make your college experience one that shows you anything you can imagine, you can do.

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A college city in a destination state. Just minutes from campus, Salt Lake City is a place of amazing energy, culture, and excitement. Check out professional sporting events and arts festivals, or world-class shopping and Broadway theatre acts. City bus routes and a light rail system weave through campus so it’s easy to connect and U students ride free with their Student ID.

T R AV E L T I M E BY A I R Chicago 2h 30min

Seattle 1h 40min

New York 4h 40min

Portland 1h 30min

San Francisco 1h 20min Washington, D.C. 3h 30min Los Angeles 1h 30min Atlanta 3h 5min

Phoenix 1h 15min

Miami 4h 40min Hawaii 6h 10min

Houston 2h 30min

Dallas 2h 5min

U TA H S I T E S B Y C A R Park City 35min | Arches National Park / Moab 3h 30min Cedar City / Utah Shakespeare Festival 3h 30min | Canyonlands National Park 3h 49min | Capitol Reef National Park 3h 50min Zion National Park / St. George 4h 13min | Bryce Canyon National Park 4h 3min 2


Salt Lake City and the Wasatch Front are home to industry-leading tech companies like Adobe, eBay, Overstock.com, IM Flash Technologies, Ancestry.com, and Qualtrics. You may find your dream job right here after graduation because Salt Lake City is a place of great opportunity. And mountains. And nightlife. And 222 days of sunshine. And the great outdoors. And the greatest snow on earth. And….

7 world-class ski resorts within 30 minutes of Salt Lake City.

SLC area has over 100 miles of hiking and biking trails for all skill levels.

America’s 25 best cities for young professionals. U.S. News 2019

#2 hottest city for start-ups. Inc 2019

Top 5 healthiest cities in U.S. Sperling’s BestPlaces 2019 3


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College is about community. The University of Utah has all sorts of ways for you to find your campus community. Make lifelong friends. Try new things. Scream your lungs out at a ball game. Hike that peak over there. Become a Campus Life Mentor. Play the blues harp. The world needs adventurous, curious people like you.

TOP-10 U BUCKET LIST Learn the fight song

Hike the Block U

Join a student organization

Go to a Pac-12 sporting event

Volunteer at the Bennion Center

The MUSS is a MUST.

Make it onto the campus Snapchat story

Cheer with 5000 of your fellow students in the Mighty Utah Student Section (MUSS)! The MUSS is ranked as one of the Top 5 College Student Sections in the nation by ESPN.

Watch a “Dive-in-movie� at the Student Life Center

Attend the Crimson Nights dance party, the Wasatch Music Festival, and Redfest Music Festival

600+ STUDENT GROUPS on the University of Utah campus.

See a UtahPresents production for free with ArtsPass at Kingsbury Hall

Snap graduation pics at the Block U on campus 5


Campus Living Housing Options First-year students can select single or double room types from an array of on-campus residence hall buildings. All housing options come furnished and include all utilities, wireless internet, and on-site laundry. View 3-D floorplans, housing details, and residence photos online.

4,100 STUDENTS living on campus.

Living Learning (LL) & Theme Communities (TC) These housing options offer students the opportunity to live with other students who share similar interests, majors, or goals. LLC and TC students participate in a variety of activities associated with their community. Students living on campus have access to multiple dining options, academic help, and late-night convenience stores in the Peterson Heritage Center, Marriott Honors Community, Lassonde Studios, and Kahlert Village. Campus shuttles take you to classes and events, while local buses and light rail take you downtown and to seven world-class ski resorts.

Lassonde Studios This unique and gorgeous facility is part residence hall, part incubator of ideas. Here, students live and work shoulderto-shoulder to get ideas off the ground and out into the world. Part of the David Eccles School of Business, but open to any student on campus, the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute is recognized as a top-25 entrepreneur program by The Princeton Review. Find a home for your passion at the Lassonde Studios. Visit lassonde.utah.edu for more information. Explore your choices at housing.utah.edu 6


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Freshman Admissions Please visit admissions.utah.edu/apply for detailed information about applying to the U.

Freshman Admission Evaluation Process We evaluate applicants through a holistic review process, which helps ensure we give all students the best opportunity to present a complete picture of their qualifications. Our holistic review includes consideration of the following: N E W ! Test Optional for Fall 2021 Freshman Applicants The University of Utah is Test Optional for freshman applications for Fall 2021 admission. ACT/SAT scores are not required for admission, merit scholarships (including department scholarships), or direct admission programs (including Engineering). Freshman applications to the University of Utah for Fall 2021 will be evaluated using a holistic review process that takes into consideration factors such as a student’s high school GPA, course rigor, etc. To find out more, visit admissions.utah.edu/test_optional Academic Preparation & Performance (Primary Factors) • Rigorous course selection throughout high school career (i.e. Honors, AP, IB, and Dual/Concurrent Enrollment courses) • Grade trends • Cumulative unweighted GPA • Excellence in academic achievement, intellectual pursuits, and creative endeavors • Satisfactory completion of all high school core course requirements Personal Achievements & Characteristics (Secondary Factors) • • • • • • 8

Academic achievement and awards or distinctions Involvement in student clubs and organizations, athletics, other extracurricular activities, or work Familial responsibilities Extraordinary circumstances Significant commitment to community engagement, citizenship, and leadership Ability to contribute to and benefit from a culturally and intellectually diverse learning community


Freshman Application Process Apply Apply online at admissions.utah.edu/apply or find us in the Common Application. Submit the Application Fee The $55 application fee is nonrefundable. Select Test Optional or Submit ACT/SAT Scores on Your Application ACT and SAT scores must be sent electronically by the testing agency. Request your scores using test code 4274 for the ACT, and 4853 for the SAT. Submit Transcripts Official high school and/or university transcripts must be sent to the Office of Admissions directly from all schools a student attends. We also accept electronic transcripts from Parchment, National Student Clearinghouse, Credentials Solutions, eScrip-Safe, and Scoir. Track Your Status Online Track your application at admissions.utah.edu/track. Official admissions decisions will be mailed. All application items must be completed by the stated dates and deadlines to be considered for admission. See admissions.utah.edu/deadlines for details.

Admissions Counselors Our admissions counselors are your personal representatives who will help guide you and answer any questions you may have about admissions, opportunities at the U, and the next steps you need to take. Visit admissions.utah.edu/meet-your-counselors to find your counselor.

FA L L 2 0 1 9 MIDDLE 50% P RO F I L E OF ENROLLED FIRST-TIME FRESHMEN

4,249

Entering class size

3.46-3.93 High school GPA

22-29

ACT composite

1142-1382 SAT (ERW + M)

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Transfer Admissions Please visit admissions.utah.edu/apply/transfer for information on the transfer process, frequently asked questions, and resources available to help you in the transfer application process.

Transfer Admission Evaluation Process The admissions holistic evaluation process at the University of Utah promotes student success by assessing student preparedness and academic potential in the context of each applicant’s personal experience. Transfer applicants will be considered for admission after meeting the following requirements: Previous graduation from an accredited high school or the equivalent (e.g. GED). A cumulative GPA of 2.6 or higher. Students who have an Associate of Arts or an Associate of Science from a regionally accredited institution may be considered for admission with a 2.35 GPA or higher. Applicants who have fewer than 30 semester hours completed at the time of application are also required to submit an official high school transcript and official ACT/SAT test scores using school code 4274 for ACT and 4853 for SAT. 10


Transfer Application Process Apply For transfer admissions guidelines, explanation of the admissions process and deadlines, and to apply, please visit admissions.utah.edu/apply/transfer. Submit the Application Fee The $55 application fee is nonrefundable. Submit Transcripts Official university transcripts must be sent to the Office of Admissions directly from all schools a student attends. We also accept electronic transcripts from Parchment, National Student Clearinghouse, Credentials Solutions, eScrip-Safe, and Scoir. Track Your Status Online Track your application at admissions.utah.edu/track. Official admissions decisions will be mailed. All application items (applications, fees, transcripts, and test scores) must be postmarked by the stated dates and deadlines to be considered for admission.

Learn More Transfer Resources Transfer students to the U will find a wide array of services to help them transition from another institution and get the most out of their time at the U. Learn more at advising.utah.edu/transfer.

Admissions Counselors For a smooth transition to the U, we recommend meeting with a Transfer Program advisor before applying for admission. Our admissions counselors are your personal representatives who will help guide you and answer any questions you may have about admissions, opportunities at the U, and the next steps you need to take. Visit admissions.utah.edu/meet-your-counselors to find your counselor. 11


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Scholarships and Financial Aid Our Scholarships and Financial Aid office is dedicated to helping make college affordable. The University of Utah offers a full range of grants, work-study, loans, and scholarships. Scholarships are awarded based on merit, financial need, and contribution to overall campus diversity. For the best possible award, be sure to meet the following dates: Dec. 1 priority admissions applications Feb. 1 financial aid priority date Completed admission applications submitted by Feb 1, 2021 will be automatically considered for Merit Scholarships.

Research your financial aid options! Review available scholarships and funding options, view helpful checklists and guides, and see specific requirements for different scholarships at financialaid.utah.edu.

71% OF STUDENTS receive some form of financial aid.

PA C - 1 2 TO P affordable schools.

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For Utah Scholarship For Utah Scholarship creates a fully funded path to a University of Utah degree for Utah residents. The scholarship covers four years of tuition and fees for Pell Grant-eligible Utah residents. Visit admissions.utah.edu/forutah for more information.

Fall 2021 Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) Tuition

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WUE provides a tuition discount for nonresident high school seniors (residents of one of the 15 western U.S. states noted in the map) who will be first-time entering freshmen. Approved applicants receive an adjusted tuition rate that is 150% of the in-state resident tuition rate. The award will be for all four years of study at the University of Utah. For more information, visit financialaid.utah.edu.

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Establishing Residency for In-state Tuition The University of Utah offers in-state tuition to students who change their residency to the state of Utah. This is a great way to save money on your education at the U. For more information about this option, please visit admissions.utah.edu/apply/residency.

Estimated 2020-2021 Tuition and Fees Based on 26 credit hours — 13 each Fall and Spring semesters. Nonresident Tuition and Fees Room and Board TOTAL

$ 29,996 $ 11,844* $ 41,840

Resident Tuition and Fees Room and Board TOTAL

$ 9, 286 $ 11,844 $ 21,130

All costs are subject to change without notice and are expected to increase annually. The Cost of Attendance is based on estimated figures and may not accurately reflect an individual student’s costs. The combination of the direct and indirect costs will be used to determine financial aid. *Please note, this rate is based on reported average costs for all undergraduate students at the U. Freshman costs may be up to $2-3K less, due to lower freshman housing fees. Estimated costs may vary based on room type and meal plan selection. Indirect costs not listed. For more information on total estimated costs, visit bit.ly/UofUCOA. 14


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Important Dates for U All completed applications received by February 1, 2021 will be automatically considered for Merit Scholarships. NOVEMBER Admissions Freshman/Transfer

Nov. 1: Spring 2021 Application Deadline (Rolling admission notification)

Nov. 1: Spring 2021 Priority Application Deadline

Honors College

Freshman/Transfer

DECEMBER Admissions Freshman

Dec. 1: Summer/Fall 2021 Early Action 1 Application Date (January admission notification)

Dec. 1: Fall 2021 Priority Application Deadline

Honors College

Freshman/Transfer

FEBRUARY Admissions Freshman

Feb 1: Summer/Fall 2021: Early Action 2 Application Date (March admission notification)

Scholarships & Financial Aid Freshman/Transfer

Feb. 1: Financial Aid Priority Date *students may still apply for financial aid after this date

New Student Orientation

Freshman/Transfer

New Student Orientation registration opens this month

Housing

Freshman/Transfer

Housing Applications open this month

MARCH Admissions Freshman/Transfer

March 1: Summer 2021 Final Application Deadline (Rolling admission notification)

Scholarships & Financial Aid

Freshman/Transfer

Scholarships and Financial Aid offer notifications begin

Housing

Freshman/Transfer

Living Learning & Themed Communities Priority Applications due

APRIL Admissions Freshman/Transfer

April 1: Fall 2021 Final Application Deadline (Rolling admission notification)

Housing

Freshman/Transfer

Housing Priority Applications due

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Admissions

Freshman

May 1: Fall 2021 Admission Acceptance & Enrollment Deposit Deadline

JULY

Admissions

Transfer

July 1: Fall 2021 Admission Acceptance & Enrollment Deposit Deadline

** All dates are subject to change without notice. For more information, please visit admissions.utah.edu.

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Majors and Degrees PROGRAM

COLLEGE

DEGREE

Accounting..............................................................................................BUS B.A., B.S. Accounting (Quantitative Analysis of Markets & Organizations)............................................................BUS B.S. Actor Training Program (ATP) (Theatre)...................................FA BFA Advanced Financial Analysis (Finance)................................BUS B.A., B.S. Aerospace Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)........ EN B.S. Air, Water, & Health (Environmental & Sustainability Studies) .........................SBS B.A, B.S. Anatomy & Physiology (Biology)..................................................SC B.S. Animation (Film & Media Arts).......................................................FA B.A. Applied Mathematics...........................................................................SC B.S. Applied Physics (Physics)...................................................................SC B.A., B.S. Arabic (Middle East Studies)..................................................... HUM B.A. Artificial Intelligence (Computer Science)............................ EN B.S. Anthropology.........................................................................................SBS B.A, B.S. Archeological Science (Anthropology).................................SBS B.A, B.S. Architectural Studies........................................................................... AP B.S. Art History ...................................................................................................FA B.A. Art Teaching................................................................................................FA BFA Asian Studies ...................................................................................... HUM B.A. Astronomy & Astrophysics (Physics)..........................................SC B.A, B.S. Atmospheric Sciences ...................................................................MES B.S. Atmospheric & Environmental Chemistry (Chemistry) ..............................................................................................SC B.S. Ballet.................................................................................................................FA BFA Ballet Teaching (Ballet).........................................................................FA BFA Biochemistry (Biology)........................................................................SC B.A., B.S. Biochemistry .............................................................................................SC B.A., B.S. Bioelectrical Engineering (Biomedical Engineering)..... EN B.S. Biology ..........................................................................................................SC B.A., B.S. Biological Chemistry (Chemistry)................................................SC B.A., B.S. Biology Teaching ....................................................................................SC B.A., B.S. Biomaterials Engineering (Biomedical Engineering)..... EN B.S. Biomechanical Engineering (Biomedical Engineering).............................................................. EN B.S. Biomechanics (Mechanical Engineering).............................. EN B.S. Biomedical Engineering ................................................................... EN B.S. Biomedical Devices & Sensors (Metallurgical Engineering)......................................................MES B.S. Biomedical Imaging (Biomedical Engineering)................ EN B.S. Biomedical Physics (Physics)...........................................................SC B.A., B.S. Business Administration ................................................................BUS B.A., B.S. Business Chemistry (Chemistry)...................................................SC B.A., B.S. Business Economics & Analytics (Economics)..................SBS B.A, B.S. CAD for Digital Systems (Computer Science).................... EN B.S. Cell & Molecular Biology (Biology)..............................................SC B.A., B.S. Ceramics (Art)............................................................................................FA BFA Chemical Engineering ....................................................................... EN B.S. Chemical Engineering (Chemistry)............................................SC B.A., B.S. Chemical Physics (Chemistry)........................................................SC B.A., B.S. Chemical Processing (Metallurgical Engineering)......MES B.S. Chemistry ....................................................................................................SC B.A., B.S. 18

PROGRAM

Majors

Program Emphasis COLLEGE

DEGREE

Chemistry Teaching .............................................................................SC B.A., B.S. Child Life (Family, Community & Human Development).............SBS B.A., B.S. Chinese .................................................................................................. HUM B.A. Civil & Environmental Engineering ........................................... EN B.S. Classical Guitar Performance (Music)........................................FA B.Mus. Classics..................................................................................................... HUM B.A. Climate Change & Landscape Dynamics (Geography).SBS B.A., B.S. Commercial, Community & Sport Management (Parks, Recreation, & Tourism)...................................................... HE B.A., B.S. Communication .............................................................................. HUM B.A., B.S. Communication Studies (Communication).................. HUM B.A., B.S. Community Health Education (Health & Kinesiology).HE B.S. Community Involvement & Nonprofit Leadership (Political Science)...............................................................................SBS B.A, B.S. Computation (Mathematics)..........................................................SC B.A., B.S. Computational & Informatics (Biomedical Engineering).EN B.S. Computer Engineering...................................................................... EN B.S. Computer Organization (Computer Science).................... EN B.S. Computer Science ............................................................................... EN B.S. Computer Systems (Computer Science)............................... EN B.S. Conservation & Land Management (Environmental & Sustainability Studies)..........................SBS B.A, B.S. Construction Engineering............................................................... EN B.S. Criminology.............................................................................................SBS B.A., B.S. Cross 3-D: Ceramics & Sculpture (Art).......................................FA BFA Cultural Anthropology (Anthropology) ..............................SBS B.A., B.S. Dance Teaching.................................................................................... BFA BFA Design............................................................................................................ AP B.S. Data Science ............................................................................................ EN B.S. Deaf & Hard of Hearing (Special Education)........................ ED B.S. Design & Manufacturing (Mechanical Engineering).... EN B.S. Design, Regulatory, & Entrepreneurship (Biomedical Engineering).............................................................. EN B.S. Dynamics & Control (Mechanical Engineering)................ EN B.S. Early Childhood Education (Family, Community & Human Development).............SBS B.A., B.S. Early Childhood Special Education (Special Education)............................................................................. ED B.S. Earth Science Composite Teaching .....................................MES B.S. Ecojustice Education (Environmental & Sustainability Studies)..........................SBS B.A., B.S. Ecology, Evolution, and Environment (Biology)................SC B.A., B.S. Economics ...............................................................................................SBS B.A., B.S. Electrical Engineering ........................................................................ EN B.S. Elementary Education ....................................................................... ED B.A., B.S. Embedded Systems (Computer Science)............................. EN B.S. Emergency Medical Services (Health & Kinesiology).... HE B.S. Energy Engineering (Chemical Engineering)..................... EN B.S. Engineering .............................................................................................. EN B.S. Energy Conservation & Storage (Metallurgical Engineering)......................................................MES B.S.

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English .................................................................................................... HUM B.A. English Teaching ............................................................................. HUM B.A. Entertainment Arts & Engineering (Computer Science)........................................................................... EN B.S. Entertainment Arts & Engineering (Film & Media Arts)..............................................................................FA B.A. Entrepreneurship ...............................................................................BUS B.S. Environmental & Sustainability Studies ...............................SBS B.A., B.S. Environmental Geoscience (Geoscience).........................MES B.S. Ergonomics & Safety (Mechanical Engineering).............. EN B.S. Ethnic Studies ........................................................................................CST B.A., B.S. Evolutionary/Human Ecology (Anthropology)...............SBS B.A., B.S. Family, Community & Human Development...................SBS B.A., B.S. Film & Media Arts ...................................................................................FA B.A. Film Production (Film & Media Arts)..........................................FA B.A. Finance ......................................................................................................BUS B.A., B.S. Financial Planning (Family, Community, & Human Development).......... SBS B.A., B.S. Fluid Mechanics (Mechanical Engineering)........................ EN B.S. Food Systems & Community (Environmental & Sustainability Studies)..........................SBS B.A, B.S. French ..................................................................................................... HUM B.A. Games............................................................................................................ EN B.S. Gender Studies .....................................................................................CST B.A., B.S. Genetics & Genomics (Biology).....................................................SC B.A., B.S. Geographic Information Science..............................................SBS B.S. Geography ...............................................................................................SBS B.A., B.S. Geological Engineering ................................................................MES B.S. Geology (Geoscience)....................................................................MES B.S. Geology Chemistry (Chemistry)...................................................SC B.A., B.S. Geophysics (Geoscience).............................................................MES B.S. Geoscience ............................................................................................MES B.S. Geriatric Nursing Leadership (Nursing)..................................NU B.S. German .................................................................................................. HUM B.A. Greek (Classics).................................................................................. HUM B.A. Graphic Design ........................................................................................FA BFA Hazards, Resilience, & Human Security (Geography)..........................................................................................SBS B.A., B.S. Health (Anthropology).....................................................................SBS B.A., B.S. Health and Kinesiology...................................................................... HE B.S. Health, Society & Policy ..................................................................SBS B.A., B.S. History .................................................................................................... HUM B.A. History Teaching .............................................................................. HUM B.A. Illustration (Art)..................................................................................... BFA Industrial Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)........... EN B.S. Information (Computer Science)................................................ EN B.S. Information Systems .......................................................................BUS B.A., B.S. Information Systems (Quantitative Analysis of Markets & Organizations)......BUS B.S. Instrumental Performance (Music).............................................FA B.Mus. International Politics (Political Science)................................SBS B.A., B.S. International Studies .................................................................... HUM B.A., B.S.


Visit curriculum.utah.edu/degrees for more information. PROGRAM COLLEGE DEGREE Japanese ............................................................................................... HUM B.A. Jazz Composition (Music).................................................................FA B.Mus. Jazz Performance (Music)..................................................................FA B.Mus. Journalism (Communication) ................................................ HUM B.A., B.S. Kinesiology Teaching (Health & Kinesiology)..................... HE B.S. Latin (Classics)..................................................................................... HUM B.A. Latin American Studies ............................................................... HUM B.A. Law & Politics (Political Science)................................................SBS B.A., B.S. Linguistics ............................................................................................ HUM B.A. Management ........................................................................................BUS B.A., B.S. Marketing ................................................................................................BUS B.A., B.S. Materials Science & Engineering ................................................ EN B.S. Materials Science & Engineering Chemistry (Chemistry)................................................................................................SC B.A., B.S. Mathematics .............................................................................................SC B.A., B.S. Mathematics of Computation (Mathematics) ...................SC B.A., B.S. Mathematics Chemistry (Chemistry)........................................SC B.A., B.S. Mathematics Teaching .......................................................................SC B.A., B.S. Mechanical Engineering .................................................................. EN B.S. Mechatronics (Mechanical Engineering)............................... EN B.S. Media Arts Production (Film & Media).....................................FA B.A. Medical Laboratory Science .....................................................MED B.S. Metallurgical Engineering ...........................................................MES B.S. Micro/Nanoscale Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)............................................................. EN B.S. Microbiology (Biology)........................................................................SC B.A., B.S. Middle East Studies........................................................................ HUM B.A. Mild/Moderate Disabilities (Special Education)................ ED B.S. Mineral/Particle Processing (Metallurgical Engineering)......................................................MES B.S. Mining Engineering ........................................................................MES B.S. Modern Dance ........................................................................................FA BFA Music ..............................................................................................................FA B.A., B.Mus. Music Composition (Music).............................................................FA B.Mus. Music Education: Choral (Music)..................................................FA B.Mus. Music Education: Instrumental (Music)...................................FA B.Mus. Music History & Literature (Music)...............................................FA B.Mus. Music Theory (Music)...........................................................................FA B.Mus. Musical Theatre Program (MTP) (Theatre).............................FA BFA Neurobiology (Biology).......................................................................SC B.A., B.S. Nuclear (Metallurgical Engineering).....................................MES B.S. Nuclear Medicine Technology (Health and Kinesiology)................................................................ HE B.S. Nursing .........................................................................................................NU B.S. Operations & Supply Chain..........................................................BUS B.S. Organ Performance (Music)............................................................FA B.Mus. Outdoor Recreation Studies (Parks, Recreation & Tourism)....................................................... HE B.A., B.S. Painting & Drawing (Art)....................................................................FA BFA Parks, Recreation, & Tourism .......................................................... HE B.A., B.S. Peace & Conflict Studies ............................................................ HUM B.A., B.S. Performing Arts Design Program (PADP) (Theatre).........FA BFA

PROGRAM COLLEGE DEGREE Persian (Middle East Studies)................................................... HUM B.A. Pharmacy.....................................................................................................PH Pharm.D. Philosophy ........................................................................................... HUM B.A., B.S. Philosophy of Science................................................................... HUM B.A., B.S. Photography/Digital Imaging (Art)............................................FA BFA Physical Metallurgy (Metallurgical Engineering)..........MES B.S. Physics ...........................................................................................................SC B.A., B.S. Physics Teaching......................................................................................SC B.A., B.S. Piano Pedagogy (Music).....................................................................FA B.Mus. Piano Performance (Music)..............................................................FA B.Mus. Plant Biology (Biology)........................................................................SC B.A., B.S. Political Science ...................................................................................SBS B.A., B.S. Population, Development, & Sustainability (Geography)..........................................................................................SBS B.A, B.S. Power, Energy, & Control (Electrical & Computer Engineering)..................................... EN B.S. Premedical (Biomedical Engineering) .................................... EN B.S. Printmaking (Art).....................................................................................FA BFA Professional Chemistry (Chemistry)...........................................SC B.A, B.S. Programming Languages (Computer Science)................ EN B.S. Psychology ..............................................................................................SBS B.A., B.S. Public Policy (Political Science)...................................................SBS B.A., B.S. Quantitative Analysis of Markets & Organizations.......BUS B.S. Recreational Therapy........................................................................... HE B.A., B.S. Religious Studies.............................................................................. HUM B.A. Remote Sensing of the Environment (Geography).....SBS B.A., B.S. Robotics (Computer Science)....................................................... EN B.S. Robitics & Control (Mechanical Engineering).................... EN B.S. Russian ................................................................................................... HUM B.A. Science, Health, Environmental and Risk Communication (Communication)........................ HUM B.A., B.S. Sculpture/Intermedia (Art)...............................................................FA BFA Severe Disabilities (Special Education).................................... ED B.S. Social Work ...............................................................................................SW BSW Sociology ..................................................................................................SBS B.A., B.S. Software Development (Computer Science)..................... EN B.S. Solid Mechanics (Mechanical Engineering)........................ EN B.S. Spanish ................................................................................................... HUM B.A. Spanish Teaching ............................................................................ HUM B.A. Special Education ................................................................................. ED B.S. Speech & Hearing Science ............................................................. HE B.A., B.S. Stage Management (Theatre)........................................................FA BFA Statistical Analysis (Economics)..................................................SBS B.A., B.S. Statistics (Mathematics)......................................................................SC B.A., B.S. Strategic Communication (Communication).............. HUM B.A., B.S. Sustainable Energy Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)............................................................. EN B.S. Sustainability Initiatives (Environmental & Sustainability Studies)..........................SBS B.S. Sustainable Tourism Hospitality Management (Parks, Recreation, & Tourism)...................................................... HE B.A., B.S. Theatre ..........................................................................................................FA B.A., BFA

COLLEGE PROGRAM Theatre Teaching ....................................................................................FA Theory (Computer Science)........................................................... EN Thermal Systems Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)............................................................. EN Urban Ecology ........................................................................................ AP Visual Computing (Computer Science).................................. EN Visual Impairments (Special Education)................................. ED Voice Performance (Music)..............................................................FA Web/Mobile Development (Computer Science)............ EN Writing & Rhetoric Studies......................................................... HUM

DEGREE BFA B.S. B.S. B.A., B.S. B.S. B.S. B.Mus. B.S. B.A., B.S.

COLLEGE ABBREVIATIONS Architecture + Planning....................................................................AP Cultural & Social Transformation...............................................CST David Eccles School of Business...............................................BUS Education.................................................................................................... ED Engineering................................................................................................ EN Fine Arts.........................................................................................................FA Health............................................................................................................. HE Humanities........................................................................................... HUM School of Medicine..........................................................................MED Mines & Earth Sciences..................................................................MES Nursing......................................................................................................... NU Pharmacy.....................................................................................................PH Science...........................................................................................................SC Social & Behavioral Science...........................................................SBS Social Work................................................................................................SW Undergraduate Studies...................................................................... US DEGREE ABBREVIATIONS Bachelor of Arts......................................................................................B.A. Bachelor of Science..............................................................................B.S. Bachelor of Fine Arts...........................................................................BFA Bachelor of Music............................................................................B.Mus. Bachelor of Social Work..................................................................BSW Pharmacy Degree.................................................................... Pharm.D. To design your own degree visit ugs.utah.edu/bus Most undergraduate applicants are admitted as pre-majors to the university. Additional requirements may be needed in order to formally join a major. Students applying to Engineering or Architecture + Planning may be considered for direct admission to the respective program. Admission to the university does not guarantee admission to an undergraduate major and acceptance into a program or undergraduate major does not guarantee admission to the university. Pre-Dental, Pre-Law, Pre-Med, Pre-Optometry, and Pre-Veterinarian are not majors. Students interested in these fields will need to choose a major and schedule preprofessional advising with the applicable college.

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Prospective Student Guide 2020-2021  

This is a great overview of academics & student life at the University of Utah.

Prospective Student Guide 2020-2021  

This is a great overview of academics & student life at the University of Utah.

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