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AREAS OF STUDY

STUDY AT UTSA

Degree Programs / Majors ARCHITECTURE, CONSTRUCTION & PLANNING

EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

Architecture* Δ Construction Science & Management* Δ Interior Design* Δ

Health Δ Interdisciplinary Studies Δ

BUSINESS Accounting Δ Actuarial Science Δ Cyber Security Δ »» Cyber Security - online degree program only

Economics Δ Finance Δ Information Systems Δ »» Cyber Analytics »» IT Project Management

Management Δ »» Human Resource Management

Management Science Δ »» Business Analytics »» Operation & Supply Chain

Marketing Δ »» Sport, Event & Tourism

Real Estate Finance & Development Δ Statistics & Data Science

ENGINEERING Biomedical Engineering Δ Chemical Engineering Δ Civil Engineering Δ Computer Engineering Δ Electrical Engineering Δ Mechanical Engineering Δ

»» Early Childhood - Grade 6 -- Generalist -- Bilingual Generalist -- ESL Generalist »» Grades 4-8 -- Generalist -- Language Arts/Reading/ Social Studies -- Mathematics/Science -- Bilingual Generalist -- ESL »» EC-12 Special Education

Kinesiology

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American Studies Anthropology Art Art History & Criticism Classical Studies & Humanities Communication »» Digital Communication »» Health Communications »» Public Relations

English »» Creative Writing »» English Language Arts & Reading »» Professional Writing

Geography & Environmental Sustainability »» Social Studies

»» Athletic Training »» Exercise Physiology »» Health Science »» Physical Education

Global Affairs History »» Social Studies

Mexican American Studies* »» Anthropology »» Communities-Families-Children »» History »» Interdisciplinary Studies »» Literary & Cultural Studies »» Nonprofit Management »» Political Science »» Sociology »» Spanish

Multicultural Early Childhood Development »» Early Dual Immersion »» Early Intervention

Nutrition & Dietetics Public Health Δ

LIBERAL & FINE ARTS

Medical Humanities »» Health Careers »» Pre-Medicine

Modern Language Studies Music Δ »» Music Composition »» Music Marketing »» Music Performance »» Music Studies

Philosophy Political Science »» Social Studies

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»» Health Promotion & Behavioral Science

Women’s Studies

Politics & Law Psychology Δ Public Health »» Epidemiology & Disease Control

Sociology Spanish

Minors Available for All Majors Adaptive Decision Models for Business

Digital Forensics

Linguistics

African American Studies

East Asian Studies

Museum Studies

American Indian Studies

English as a Second Language

Network & Data Center Management

Astronomy/Astrophysics

English Literature

Nonprofit Management

Bicultural Studies

Film Studies

Professional Writing

Business Administration

Foreign Languages

Religious Studies

Civic Engagement

French

Russian

Community Health

German

Technology Management

Comparative Literature

Latin American Studies

Wellness

Dance

Legal Studies


FUTURE. UTSA.EDU/ STUDIES

Other Programs SCIENCES

HEALTH PROFESSIONS OFFICE

Biochemistry Biology Δ

Want to be a health professional? UTSA’s Health Professions Office advises and supports students interested in pursuing careers in the following health professions.  utsa.edu/hpo

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»» Cell and Molecular Biology »» Integrative Biology »» Neurobiology »» Plant Biology »» Pre-Medical Sciences

Chemistry Δ Computer Science Δ »» Cloud and Systems »» Cyber Security »» Data Science »» Software Engineering

Environmental Science Geology Mathematics »» General Mathematical Studies »» Mathematics

Pre-Medical Pre-Dental Pre-Dental Hygiene Pre-Nursing Pre-Occupational Therapy Pre-Optometry Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Physical Therapy Pre-Physician Assistant Pre-Respiratory Care Pre-Veterinary Medicine

Microbiology & Immunology Δ Multidisciplinary Science Physics

PUBLIC POLICY Criminal Justice* Public Administration*

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE Multidisciplinary Studies Undecided/Exploratory Studies

» Concentration, Certification, Minor or Track within degree * Degrees housed at Downtown Campus Δ

Degrees/Majors that have additional admission requirements

Facilitated Acceptance to Nursing School (FANS) 2+2 program offering guaranteed acceptance into the B.S. Nursing Program at UT Health School of Medicine

Dental Early Acceptance Program (DEAP) Seven-year B.S./D.D.S. dual-degree program with the UT Health San Antonio Dental School

Joint Admission Medical Program (JAMP) UTSA participates in JAMP, a program which helps Texas resident students pursue a medical education. Visit texasjamp.org for more information.

INSTITUTE FOR LAW & PUBLIC AFFAIRS Want to be a lawyer? UTSA’s Institute for Law and Public Affairs supports students interested in pursuing careers in law through advising, internships, special events, and its hallmark, the Summer Law School Preparation Academy.  utsa.edu/ilpa

AIR FORCE & ARMY ROTC UTSA provides opportunities for students to work towards becoming commissioned officers in the U.S. Air Force or Army while completing their degree. ROTC students can also minor in Aerospace Studies or Military Management and Leadership.  future.utsa.edu/rotc

Certificates

TEACHER CERTIFICATION PROGRAM

Some certificate programs are restricted to certain majors.

Want to be a teacher? UTSA is approved by the State Board for Educator Certification to recommend students for teaching certification in various baccalaureate degree areas.

Athletic Coaching Business Analytics Data Center Design

Elementary School

Middle/High School

Oil/Gas

Students wanting to be an elementary school teacher should major in Interdisciplinary Studies.

Students wanting to teach in middle school or high school will need a bachelor’s degree in their academic specialization.

Operations & Supply Chain Mgmt Pathogenic Outbreak Investigations Professional Writing & Rhetoric


ADMISSION

APPLY TO UTSA

Admission Requirements FRESHMEN

TRANSFERS

GUARANTEED ADMISSION

GUARANTEED ADMISSION

High School Class Rank^

Minimum Test Scores

Transferable Credits^ Minimum GPA (4.0 Scale)

Top 25%

No minimums

< 12 hours

Second 25%

1170 SAT* or 24 ACT

12-29 hours

2.25 GPA and must meet freshmen requirements*

ADMISSION BY COMMITTEE REVIEW

12-29 hours

2.75 GPA

High School Class Rank^

Minimum Test Scores

≥ 30 hours

2.25 GPA

Second 25%

980 SAT* or 19 ACT

Third 25%

1080 SAT* or 21 ACT

Fourth 25%

1170 SAT* or 24 ACT

GED

No minimums

UTSA will assign a rank if your high school transcript does not show a rank. Home school students will be assigned a rank in accordance with the requirements of Texas Education Code 51.9241(d) and are subject to general admission requirements. ^

* New SAT scores combines Evidence-Based Reading and Writing and Math.

Dual credit and coursework in progress does not count towards transferable credit hours ^

* Applicants must also submit an official high school transcript, SAT/ACT score from the testing agency and be eligible to return to the most recent institution

INTERNATIONAL See requirements for international applicants.  future.utsa.edu/international

Major/Program Specific Admission Requirements

Honors College Admission Requirements

Freshmen and transfer students may need to meet additional requirements in order to be admitted directly into a college and major. If students do not meet the stated major requirements, but meet UTSA's general admission requirements, they will be admitted into University College in a focused studies pathway based on the major they applied for. Students will then be able to work towards meeting the pre-requisites needed to declare their major.

Honors College requirements are listed below. Freshmen and transfer students will be automatically considered for Honors College eligibility based on their admission application to UTSA.  honors.utsa.edu

To see majors with extra requirements:  future.utsa.edu/studies

FRESHMEN

Top 15% or 3.9 GPA (4.0 scale) and 1350 SAT* or 29 ACT TRANSFERS

≥ 12 transferable hours with 3.5 GPA and attend an in-person interview


Application Process FRESHMEN

TRANSFERS

Apply online at ApplyTexas.org

If you receive dual college credits, submit official college transcripts upon completion

Submit test scores from testing agency

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ACT Code

In order to be considered for admission, all required documents, transcripts, fees and test scores must sent by the deadline below.

FALL TERM

Pay $70 Application Fee Submit official high school transcripts

Deadlines

Priority Jan 15

Submit official transcripts from every institution attended Do you also need to meet Freshmen requirements?

Final

Jun 1

Freshmen & International Jul 1 Transfer

SPRING TERM Priority Oct 15 Final

Nov 1

International YES

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SAT Code If being considered for admission through committee review, submission of essay A and two letters of recommendation are highly suggested. If graduating early from high school, submit a recommendation letter from your guidance counselor.

Nov 15 Freshmen & Transfer

SUMMER TERM Priority Mar 1 Final

Apr 1

International May 1 Freshmen & Transfer

For International applicants, please visit future.utsa.edu/international for additional items required for your application.

MAIL DOCUMENTS TO:

Check Status at asap.utsa.edu You'll get an email to claim your myUTSA ID, which is used to log into asap.utsa.edu, your UTSA student services portal. Once logged in, click on "Future Roadrunner".

University of Texas at San Antonio Office of Undergraduate Admissions One UTSA Circle San Antonio, TX 78249

FEE WAIVERS:

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AID & COST

PAY FOR UTSA

Scholarships

The UTSA General Scholarship Application Even if you don't apply for financial aid, you should still submit a general scholarship application. You never know what you could get to help cover the cost of UTSA. UTSA oversees a range of scholarships that are funded by the university and donors. To be considered for these, your admission application must be complete (you submitted your application, test scores, transcripts, fees, etc.) and submit the UTSA General Scholarship Application on ApplyTexas by Jan 1 for freshmen and Feb 15 for transfers. FALL FRESHMEN APPLICANTS

AUTOMATIC MERIT-BASED SCHOLARSHIPS If you apply and get admitted to UTSA by the dates below, you will be given automatic consideration for UTSA's Distinguished Scholarship, while funding is available.  utsa.edu/distinguished

Distinguished Presidential Scholarship FALL FRESHMEN APPLICANTS

Priority Deadline: Jan 1

Distinguished Transfer Scholarship FALL TRANSFER APPLICANTS

Priority Deadline: May 1 SPRING TRANSFER APPLICANTS

Priority Deadline: Oct 15

OTHER MERIT-BASED SCHOLARSHIPS

Application: on ApplyTexas Deadline: Jan 1

Terry Scholarship

FALL TRANSFER APPLICANTS

Application: on ApplyTexas Deadline: Jan 1

Application: on ApplyTexas Deadline: Feb 15

See more scholarships on our website! FUTURE.UTSA. EDU/AFFORD

FALL FRESHMEN APPLICANTS

FALL TRANSFER APPLICANTS

Application: by Invitation Deadline: Apr 15  terryscholars.utsa.edu

UTSA Top Scholars Program FALL FRESHMEN APPLICANTS

Application: utsa.edu/topscholars Deadline: Dec 1  utsa.edu/topscholars


*NEW * Financial Aid Priority Deadline

Everyone

Jan 15

Financial Aid SUBMIT YOUR FAFSA STARTING OCTOBER 1 UTSA is dedicated to helping students obtain the financial resources they need to achieve their educational goals. To receive financial aid, you must submit a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).

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FAFSA Opens

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FINANCIAL AID PRIORITY DEADLINES

Maximize your opportunity for free money by submitting early! Spring Applicants: Nov 1 Fall Applicants: Jan 15

UTSA Top Scholar Program Application Deadline

Fall UTSA General Scholarship Deadline (on ApplyTexas)

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Terry Scholarship Deadline Distinguished Presidential Scholarship Deadline

JAN 15

Fall Admission Priority Deadline Fall Financial Aid Priority Deadline

(submit your FAFSA to UTSA to maximize your aid opportunity)

FEB 15

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Cost of Attendance

UTSA is one of the most affordable Texas public universities in a major metropolitan area. The cost of attendance (COA) below reflects estimated 2018-2019 undergraduate expenses for fall and spring. Your costs may vary.

APR 15

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MAY 1

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JUN 1

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MARCH

Approximately when

Orientation Sign Up opens. Be sure you complete your Rowdy Ready checklist!

Scholarship Deadline

Final Deadline

Fall International Admission

JUNE

Approximately when Orientation

2018-2019 FULL-TIME UNDERGRAD (TX RESIDENT) LIVING ON CAMPUS Tuition & Fees*

$9,900

Housing & Meals

$11,578

Books & Supplies

$1,500

Transportation

$676

Personal Expenses

$1,836

Total Estimated COA

$25,490

* Out-of-state students have all the same expenses except for tuition & fees. Out-of-state tuition & fees is $24,262.

Fall Freshmen Admission Final Deadline

JUL 1

sessions begins. Be sure to sign up as soon as Orientation opens to secure your spot!

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Fall Transfer Admission Final Deadline

See all deadlines at future.utsa.edu/deadlines


VISIT UTSA

Main Campus One UTSA Circle San Antonio, Texas 78249

WELCOME

The best way to learn what UTSA has to offer is to experience it for yourself! Our two beautiful campuses are easily accessible and very welcoming. Schedule your visit today!

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TAKE A CAMPUS TOUR Schedule a guided tour at the Welcome Center Monday through Friday and on select Saturdays. For more information, call 210-458-5145 or email welcomecenter@utsa.edu.  future.utsa.edu/visit

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CHECK US OUT AT UTSA DAY Visit us for our campus-wide open house, held in the fall and spring.  future.utsa.edu/utsaday SPECIAL EVENTS We also host special events that cover everything from transferring to UTSA, learning more about a specific college or experiencing a UTSA tradition. These happen all throughout the year so visit our website regularly to stay in the loop!  future.utsa.edu/visit

BRACKENRIDGE AVE

UNIVERSITY OAKS

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IMPORTANT LOCATIONS WELCOME CENTER Check the campus out for yourself! Our Welcome Center hosts daily tours and special events so you can explore campus and learn more about life as a Roadrunner. Main Campus - Baurle Rd. Garage, BRG 0.316

ONE STOP ENROLLMENT CENTER This office will be your go-to for questions during your entire Future Roadrunner journey. Admission questions, your application status, financial aid— the One Stop can help you with it all! Main Campus - John Peace Library, JPL 1.01.04 Downtown Campus - Frio Street North, FS 2.400

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EXPERIENCE OUR VIRTUAL TOUR Can’t make it to campus? No sweat! You can take our virtual tour online from anywhere.  future.utsa.edu/welcome

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Frio Street Building (North & South)

BRG Bauerle Road Garage

NPB North Paseo Building

MNT Monterey Building

BSB Biosciences Building

XAG Ximenes Ave Garage

BSE Biotechnology, Sciences & Engineering Building

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Activity Center

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Convocation Center

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Applied Engineering Technology Building

DOWNTOWN CAMPUS

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Business Building

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Engineering Building

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Flawn Sciences Building

GSR Graduate School & Research Building JPL

John Peace Library

Buildings

HSU H-E-B Student Union

Housing

RWC Recreation and Wellness Center

Walking Paths

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Student Union

Visitor Info Booths


Live on Campus utsa.edu/housing Students can live in one of five Main Campus housing communities. Chaparral, Laurel and Alvarez are managed by UTSA while the others are managed by Campus Living Villages. Apartment Style

Residence Hall

»» Chaparral Village »» Laurel Village »» University Oaks

Downtown Campus

»» Alvarez Hall »» Chisholm Hall

Housing options are available, visit utsa.edu/ housing for details.

Eat on Campus utsa.edu/dining The Roadrunner Café is the cafeteria on Main Campus that is located near most on-campus housing. In addition to the café, UTSA has several food courts, a food truck, as well as Einstein Bros. Bagels located in the BSE Bldg. Student Union Food Court

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JPL Food Court

Chili’s Too Starbucks Panda Express Subway Slice Pizza and Wings Rowdy Global Kitchen Rowdy Mart

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Sombrilla Taco Truck

Starbucks Subway Chick-fil-A Smoothie King Steak 'n Shake Sushic Greens To Go

Downtown Campus

»» Tex-Mex

Downtown Food Court

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Grille Works Monterey Cafe Pizza Hut Subway Salad Bar

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ROADRUNNER LIVING EXPERIENCE UTSA

FUTURE. UTSA.EDU/ EXPLORE

A complete college experience includes all the fun and excitement that campus life has to offer: over 300 student organizations, 17 Division I athletics teams, intramural sports and recreational activities, leadership opportunities, study abroad options and so much more.

Go ' Runners! utsa.edu/athletics UTSA is part of Conference USA with 17 NCAA Divison I teams competing, including football. Go 'Runners! MEN'S TEAMS

»» Baseball »» Basketball »» Cross Country WOMEN'S TEAMS

»» Basketball »» Cross Country »» Golf

»» Football »» Golf »» Tennis

»» Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field

»» Soccer »» Softball »» Tennis

»» Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field »» Volleyball

Study Abroad

utsa.edu/studyabroad

With the help of our academic advisors and UTSA's Education Abroad Services office, the chance to experience life in another part of the world can be a reality whether it's on your own or through a faculty-led study abroad to:

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Belize China England Finland

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France Germany Italy Japan

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Mexico Russia Spain And more!

Be Active utsa.edu/campusrec Take an active study break at UTSA's Recreation and Wellness Center, complete with weight rooms, an indoor track and an aquatic center, or embark on an open-air adventure with one of the Outdoor Center Pursuits’ planned field trips.

»» Weights/Cardio »» Demo Kitchen »» Massage Therapy »» Personal Training

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Rock Wall Lap Pool Leisure Pool Jogging Trail Outdoor/Indoor Courts

»» Backpacking »» Mountain Biking »» Kayaking/ Canoeing »» Snowboarding

Get Involved utsa.edu/organizations At UTSA, there are many ways to connect with others, gain relevant job skills and leave your mark at our world-ranked university. Whether your interests lie in Greek Life, student government, robotics, religion or anything in between– there's an organization for you to belong to and to make a difference in!


future.utsa.edu 210-458-8000 @UTSAfutureRR

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UTSA Future Roadrunner  

What can I major in? How do I get in? How do I apply? What aid can I get? Learn about applying to UTSA at http://utsa.edu/futureroadrunner

UTSA Future Roadrunner  

What can I major in? How do I get in? How do I apply? What aid can I get? Learn about applying to UTSA at http://utsa.edu/futureroadrunner