The university catalogs are the official sources of academic programs, courses, policies and procedures. In other words, the “fine print.”
The UTSA Information Bulletin gives important information about academic policies and procedures that apply to all students, regardless of the catalog under which they are seeking their degree. It includes admission procedures, residence requirements, policies on grades and the grade point average, credit by examination, adding and dropping courses and withdrawal from the university, and scholastic probation and dismissal. This annual publication also gives historical and current information about the university’s organization and physical facilities.
The UTSA Undergraduate Catalog provides information about degrees offered by the undergraduate departments and lists the faculty. The chapter for each college describes the degree requirements for all majors offered by the college and lists the college’s undergraduate courses.
The UTSA Graduate Catalog provide information about degrees offered by the colleges, degree requirements for all majors, courses offered in the departments and the faculty in each area.
Past issues of the undergraduate and graduate catalogs are located on the UTSA Course Catalog Archive page.