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2022-2023 Brochure



Majors / Degree Programs



Education - Interdisciplinary Studies



Actuarial Science Δ + African American Studies Anthropology + Applied Cyber Analytics

Mathematics for Teaching

Economics Δ+

Mechanical Engineering Δ

Education - Equity & Education

Medical Humanities

» Early Childhood - Grade 6 Core Subjects & Science of Teaching - English as a Second Language (ESL) - Bilingual Education » EC-12 Special Education » Grades 4-8 - Language Arts/Reading/ Social Studies & English as a Second Language (ESL) - Mathematics/Science - Core Subjects & Bilingual Education

Applied Data Science in the Field

Electrical Engineering Δ



Architecture * Δ

Art Art History & Criticism + Artificial Intelligence (MDST)

B Biochemistry Δ Biology + » » » » » »

Cell and Molecular Biology Integrative Biology Neurobiology Plant Biology Pre-Medical Sciences Biology Teacher Certification (7TH-12TH)

Biomedical Engineering Δ Business Analytics Δ

C-D Chemical Engineering Δ Chemistry Δ +

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

Environmental Science +

Finance Δ + Geography & Environmental Sustainability +

Criminology & Criminal Justice *+ Cyber Intelligence (MDST) Cyber Security Δ+ Data Science (MDST)

Music Composition Music Education Music Marketing Music Performance


Geosciences +

Nutrition & Dietetics Δ

Global Affairs +



Operations & Supply Chain Management Δ

Health, Aging & Society

Philosophy +

History +

Physics +

» Social Studies (Education)

Information Systems Δ+

Construction Science & Management *Δ

» » » »


» Social Studies (Education)

Geoinformatics (MDST)

Political Science + » Social Studies (Education)

Politics & Law + Psychology +

» Cyber Analytics » IT Project Management

Public Administration & Policy *+

Interior Design Δ*

Public Health » Epidemiology & Disease Control » Health Promotion & Behavioral Science

K Kinesiology » » » »

Multicultural Early Childhood Development

Music Δ+ (audition required)

Film & Media (MDST)

Communication +

Cloud and Systems Cyber Operations Cyber Security Data Science Software Engineering Teacher Certification (8th - 12th)

Modern Language Studies

Multidisciplinary Studies



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

» Early Dual Immersion

Classical Studies & Humanities

Computer Science Δ+

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Multidisciplinary Science (Science Education)

Environmental Studies

Hospitality & Events Management

Computer Engineering Δ

Mexican American Studies*

Microbiology & Immunology

Civil Engineering Δ

» Digital Communication » Health Communication » Public Relations

» Health Careers » Pre-Advanced Practice Provider » Pre-Medicine


Athletic Training Exercise Physiology Health Science Physical Education

Real Estate Finance & Development Δ Sociology + Spanish +


Statistics & Data Science

Management Δ

Strategic Leadership & Defense (MDST)

» Human Resource Management

Marketing Δ+ » Sport, Entertainment & Tourism

Mathematics + Mathematics of Data & Computing

U-Z Undecided (Exploratory) Women’s Gender & Sexuality Studies +

(MDST) Multidisciplinary Studies

+ Available as a Minor

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


Majors that have additional admission requirements

Can't decide? It's okay! You have your whole life in front of you. Apply as Undecided and you'll spend your first semester exploring all your options. Interested in many areas? Apply as a Multidisciplinary Studies student and you can build your own program.

UTSA Online The following degrees are available fully online. Please note the cost of attendance is different for these programs.  online.utsa.edu

Online Cyber Security Δ Online Communication Online Multidisciplinary Studies » Customize your degree program

» Select from multiple focus areas that interests you

Minors Humanities

African American Studies

Intelligence and Security Studies

American Indian Studies

Jazz Studies

Archaeological Practice

Latin American Studies



Bicultural Studies

Museum Studies

Business Administration

Music Marketing

Civic Engagement

Music Technology

Classical Studies

Network & Data Center Management

Community Health Comparative Literature Dance Digital Forensics

Nonprofit Management Professional Writing Religious Studies

East Asian Studies


English as a Second Language

Sport Management Statistics

English Literature

Technology Management

Film Studies

Translation and Interpreting Studies

Foreign Languages French



Certificates Available for all majors: Athletic Coaching

Geographic Info. Systems

Business Analytics

Healthcare Interpreting

Community Engaged Leadership

Legal Studies

Data Science

Operations & Supply Chain Mgmt

Engineering Projects in Community Service

Professional Writing & Rhetoric

Available to specific majors only: Aerospace Engineering Artificial Intelligence Data Center Design

Health Professions Office UTSA’s Health Professions Office supports students interested in pursuing careers in the following health professions.  utsa.edu/hpo 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

UTSA + UT Health Physical Therapy

Available for all majors (including any programs indicated with a + in the majors listings): Adaptive Decision Models for Business

Other Programs

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering

The Physical Therapy Early Acceptance Program is a 6-year B.S./D.P.T. dualdegree program, earning a bachelor's degree in Biology or Kinesiology from UTSA and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from UT Health San Antonio.

UTSA + UT Health Nursing This joint program allows UTSA students who are admitted to UTHSA Nursing school the opportunity to earn both their multidisciplinary studies and nursing degrees in four years.

UTSA + UT Health Dental The Dental Early Acceptance Program (DEAP) is a seven-year B.S./D.D.S. dual-degree program with UTSA and UT Health San Antonio Dental School.

UTSA + UT Health Respiratory Care The Respiratory Care Early Acceptance Program (RCEAP) is a five-year B.S./M.S. dual-degree program with UTSA and UT Health San Antonio.

UTSA + UT Health Medical Laboratory Science The Medical Laboratory Science Early Acceptance Program is a 5-year B.S./M.L.S dual-degree program, earning a bachelor's degree in Biology, Chemistry or Microbiology/Immunology from UTSA and a Master of Medical Laboratory Science from UT Health San Antonio.

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

Institute for Law & Public Affairs UTSA’s Institute for Law and Public Affairs supports students interested in pursuing a legal career through pre-law advising and events, Certificate in Legal Studies, and its hallmark, the Summer Law School Preparation Academy.  utsa.edu/ilpa

Air Force & Army ROTC UTSA provides opportunities for students to work toward 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


Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning

See what the additional admission requirements are for specific majors.  future.utsa.edu/studies

Teacher Certification Program UTSA is approved by the State Board for Educator Certification to recommend students for teaching certification in various baccalaureate degree areas. Elementary School

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

Middle/High School

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



Admission Requirements TRANSFER


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 Transfer GPA & must meet freshmen requirements

Admission by Committee Review

12-29 hours

2.75 Transfer GPA 2.25 Transfer GPA

High School Class Rank^

Minimum Test Scores

≥ 30 hours

Second 25%

980 SAT* or 19 ACT


Third 25%

1080 SAT* or 21 ACT

Fourth 25%

1170 SAT* or 24 ACT


No minimums

UTSA will assign a rank if your high school transcript does not show a rank. 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 toward transferable credit hours * Applicants must meet freshman requirements and be eligible to return to their most recent institution. TRANSFER CREDIT CALCULATOR: See

which courses could transfer to UTSA  future.utsa.edu/credit

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

Honors College Invitation

Major Requirements

Students will be automatically considered for Honors College eligibility based on their admission application to UTSA. Students must receive an invitation and submit an acceptance to officially join the Honors College. Honors College students enjoy many benefits including priority registration, additional scholarship opportunities and an experiential curriculum.

Students may need to meet additional major-specific requirements in order to be admitted directly into a college and major. Students who meet UTSA's general admission requirements, but not the stated major requirements, will be admitted into the University College in a focused studies pathway that is based on the academic studies program they selected when they applied. Students will then be able to work toward meeting the prerequisites needed to declare their major.


Distinguished Presidential Scholarship criteria or individual review until the class is full TRANSFER CONSIDERATION: Students meeting

Distinguished Transfer Scholarship criteria or individual review until the class is full.

 honors.utsa.edu

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

Application Process FRESHMEN


Apply on GoApplyTexas.org or CommonApp.org

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

Submit test scores from testing agency


ACT Code

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

Fall Term

Pay $70 Application Fee Submit academic records*



Jan 15


Jun 1 Freshmen & International

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

Jul 1 Transfer

Spring Term Priority

Oct 15


Nov 1 International



Nov 15 Freshmen & Transfer


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

Summer Term Priority

Mar 1


Apr 1 International

May 1 Freshmen & Transfer

International applicants: please visit future.utsa.edu/international for additional items. DOCUMENTS: Mail Transcripts or documents to:

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

University of Texas at San Antonio Office of Undergraduate Admissions One UTSA Circle San Antonio, TX 78249 Certain Documents and forms can also be uploaded through our Document Uploader.  onestop.utsa.edu/uploader

*Submit Academic Records - Freshman applicants must submit their records through the Self-Reported Academic Record (SRAR) portal which will be linked through your ASAP student portal. Students who are completing high school outside the United States or are GED graduates must submit an official high school transcript instead.

FEE WAIVERS: Available for freshman applicants who meet certain criteria and demonstrate financial need.

 future.utsa.edu/srar

 future.utsa.edu/feewaiver




Scholarship Hub's General 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, including test scores, transcripts, fees, etc. and you must submit the UTSA Scholarship Hub's General Application on the UTSA Scholarship Hub by Jan 15. Even after Jan 15, students are encouraged to visit the Hub often as new scholarship opportunities are added throughout the year.  onestop.utsa.edu/hub

UTSA Distinguished Scholarships You must apply and be admitted to UTSA by the dates below to be given automatic consideration. Awarding is based on funding availability. Jan 15 Freshman Fall Applicants May 1 Transfer Fall Applicants Oct 15 Transfer Spring Applicants  onestop.utsa.edu/distinguished

Terry Scholarships Available to applicants who demonstrate strong academic leadership and service foundations. Freshmen receive up to 8 semesters of funding that covers their full cost of attendance and for one study abroad experience. Fall freshman applicants must apply by Dec 1. For more info and deadlines visit:  terryscholars.utsa.edu

UTSA Top Scholars The UTSA Top Scholar program is a premier scholar program, with a last dollar merit scholarship. The program focuses on developing award winning, academically talented, and exceptional servant leaders. Fall freshman applicants must apply by Dec 1. For more info and deadlines visit:  utsa.edu/topscholars

UTSA's Bold Promise UTSA's commitment to offer highquality, affordable education by covering tuition and mandatory fees 100% for eligible students. See eligibility at:

 future.utsa.edu/promise

UTSA PTK Scholarships Incoming transfers who are members of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), and have a 3.0 GPA or better can apply for the UTSA PTK Scholarship of $1,000 ($500 per semester). Funding for this scholarship is limited, and awards are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. May 1 Transfer Fall Applicants Oct 15 Transfer Spring Applicants

Jan 15 Financial Aid Fall Priority Deadline

What Should I Do Next?

Financial Aid

Submit Your FAFSA/TASFA 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), which opens October 1. UTSA's FAFSA Code is 010115. If you're a non-citizen Texas resident, please complete the Texas Application for State Financial Aid (TASFA).

START YOUR APPLICATION Whether it's your admission application on ApplyTexas or your financial aid application on FAFSA.ed.gov, the first step in your Roadrunner journey is to apply! future.utsa.edu/apply

 onestop.utsa.edu/apply

PRIORITY DEADLINE: File your FAFSA or TASFA by our priority deadline. Certain aid options, like the Texas Grant, are awarded based on our priority deadline! Jan 15 Fall Applicants Nov 1 Spring Applicants

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 the estimated 2022-2023 undergraduate expenses for fall and spring. Costs may vary, so using our Net Price Calculator can help you estimate your financial aid options.

ESTIMATE YOUR NET PRICE Estimate your potential financial aid package and Cost of Attendance. future.utsa.edu/netprice

ESTIMATE YOUR CREDITS For transfer students, estimate how your college credits could transfer to UTSA. future.utsa.edu/transfercalc

 onestop.​utsa.​edu/price 2022-2023 FULL-TIME UNDERGRAD (TX RESIDENT) LIVING ON CAMPUS

Tuition & Fees*


Housing & Meals


Books & Supplies




Personal Expenses


Total Estimated COA


* Out-of-state students have all the same expenses except for tuition & fees. Out-of-state tuition & fees is $26,352.

TELL US MORE Submit a Request for Information form and an admission counselor will reach out to you! future.utsa.edu/requestinfo


A complete college experience includes all the fun and excitement that campus life has to offer as well as out-of-the-classroom experiences to help prepare our students for the careers of today and tomorrow.

Experiential Learning future.utsa.edu/experiential Studying at UTSA will expose you to a wide range of learning experiences that are active, hands-on, and engaging. Known as experiential learning, this type of learning provides students with career-building experiences that will help them be successful after college. » Internships » Lab Research » Service-Learning Projects

» Study Abroad » Entrepreneurship

Student Support & Success future.utsa.edu/success UTSA puts students first by cultivating an environment focused on their success! A key component of this is by providing various resources, services, and programming to support our students' academic and personal development throughout their college experience. Academic Success » » » » » » »

Student Support

Academic Advising & Coaching Graduation Help Desk Peer Mentoring Success Centers within Colleges Tutoring and Supplemental Instruction UTSA Libraries Writing Program

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Student Health & Counseling Services Dreamers First-Generation Students First-Year Students Multicultural Students Students with History of Foster Care Transfer Students Veteran & Military Affiliated Students

Roadrunner Athletics utsa.edu/athletics UTSA offers 17 sports, including football, at the NCAA Division I level. Currently a member of Conference USA, UTSA will join the American Athletic Conference in 2023. Go 'Runners! Men's Teams » Baseball » Basketball » Cross Country » Football

» Golf » Tennis » Track & Field (Indoor/Outdoor)

Women's Teams » Basketball » Cross Country » Golf » Soccer

» Softball » Tennis » Track & Field (Indoor/Outdoor) » Volleyball

Living On-Campus housing.utsa.edu There are plenty of perks to living on campus—convenience, simplicity, academic success, furnished living spaces, 24-hour emergency maintenance—to name a few. Additionally, UTSA offers special interest housing options that promote academic and personal development by allowing students with common interests to live, learn, and grow together in a supportive environment. Have greater opportunities to: » » » »

Succeed better academically Make friends & get involved Stay on track to graduate Collaborate & learn

Housing options: » » » » »

Alvarez Hall Chisholm Hall Guadalupe Hall Chaparral Village Laurel Village

Eating On-Campus utsa.campusdish.com Enjoy our on-campus restaurant, Roadrunner Café, as well as our national brand locations across campus. » » » » » » » »

Freebirds World Burrito Java City Coffee at Guadalupe Hall Rising Roll Einstein Bros. Bagels Freshens Fresh Food Studio Roadrunner Café Starbucks Chick-Fil-a

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Panda Express Subway Sushic Sushi Smoothie King RowdyMart Business Building Grill RowdyMarts Refuel Counter Pizza Hut (The Downtown Campus)

Staying Active On-Campus campusrec.utsa.edu Take an active study break at UTSA's Recreation and Wellness Center, complete with weight/cardio equipment, an indoor track, indoor rock wall, and heated lap and leisure pools, or embark on an open-air adventure with one of the Outdoor Resource Center’s planned trips. » » » » » » »

Weights/Cardio Demo Kitchen Personal Training Indoor Rock Wall Aquatic Center Outdoor/Indoor Courts Backpacking

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Mountain Biking Kayaking/Canoeing Nutrition Assessments Outdoor Equipment Checkout Intramural Sports Club Sports

Get Involved On-Campus utsa.edu/sa Whether your interests lie in a fraternity or sorority, student government, robotics, religion, or anything in between– with 400+ student organizations, there's an opportunity for you to belong to and make a difference in! Can't find something that interests you? Create your own student organization!

At UTSA, there are many ways to connect with others, gain relevant job skills, and leave your mark at our world-ranked university. Continue to explore UTSA at future.utsa.edu/explore.



The best way to learn what UTSA has to offer is to experience it for yourself!

VISIT US TAKE A CAMPUS TOUR Schedule an in-person guided tour of our campus. Self-guided tours are also available at our Welcome Center. You can also take a virtual tour at utsa.me/360-tour.  future.utsa.edu/visit

ATTEND UTSA DAY Attend our campus-wide open house event held on a Saturday in the fall and spring.  future.utsa.edu/utsaday

JOIN AN INFORMATION SESSION Join us for virtual information sessions on topics ranging from admission, financial aid and academics.  future.utsa.edu/visit

CONNECT WITH US ADMISSION COUNSELORS If you have questions about applying to UTSA or the roadrunner experience, reach out to one of our many admission counselors.  future.utsa.edu/contact

ONE STOP COUNSELORS If you have questions about your admission application status or financial aid, connect with our One Stop Enrollment Center.  onestop.utsa.edu

CMAS COUNSELORS If you have questions about using GI or Hazlewood benefits, connect with our Center for Military Affiliated Students.  cmas.utsa.edu

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Please note that information, dates and deadlines are subject to change. For the most up-to-date information, please visit our website at future.utsa.edu.