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Academic Studies to Major

Undergraduate students who have been admitted into an Academic Studies program at UTSA will need to take both prerequisite coursework and core classes to help them prepare for their selected major.

Requirements

See below for the specific requirements you need to meet in order to move from your Academic Studies program to your intended major.

College of Architecture, Construction & Planning
College of Business
College of Education & Human Development
College of Liberal and Fine Arts
College of Engineering
College of Sciences

 

College of Architecture, Construction & Planning

Academic Studies students will be evaluated for admission into the B.S. in Architecture program after they complete the following coursework with a “C-” or higher in each course:

  • ARC 1113
  • ARC 1213
  • ARC 1313
  • ARC 1224
  • ARC 1513

Academic Studies students will be evaluated for admission into the B.S. in Construction Science program by departmental review.

Academic Studies Students will be evaluated for admission into the B.S. in Interior Design program after they complete the following coursework with a “C-” or higher in each course:

  • ARC 1113
  • ARC 1213
  • ARC 1313
  • ARC 1224
  • ARC 1513

College of Business

Academic Studies students will be evaluated for admission into the B.B.A. Actuarial Science program after they complete the following coursework:

  • WRC 1013 Freshman Composition I (Q) (grade of “C-” or higher) or equivalent (TCCN ENGL 1301)
  • MAT 1214 Calculus I for majors in Actuarial Science (grade of “C-” or higher) (TCCN MATH 2413)
  • 12 credit hours of UTSA business courses required in the Common Body of Knowledge (CBK)

Additionally, Academic Studies students must be in good academic standing (UTSA GPA of 2.0 or higher).

Academic Studies students who fulfill these requirements will be admitted into the BBA program if they have a 2.20 GPA or higher for all College of Business courses completed when they are evaluated.

Academic Studies students will be evaluated for admission into the B.B.A. Accounting program after they complete the following coursework:

  • WRC 1013 Freshman Composition I (Q) (grade of “C-” or higher) or equivalent (TCCN ENGL 1301)
  • MAT 1133 Calculus for Business (grade of “C-” or higher) or equivalent (TCCN MATH 1325)
  • 12 credit hours of UTSA business courses required in the Common Body of Knowledge (CBK)

Additionally, Academic Studies students must be in good academic standing (UTSA GPA of 2.0 or higher).

Academic Studies students who fulfill these requirements will be admitted into the BBA program if they have a 2.20 GPA or higher for all College of Business courses completed when they are evaluated.

Academic Studies students will be evaluated for admission into the B.B.A. Cyber Security program after they complete the following coursework:

  • WRC 1013 Freshman Composition I (Q) (grade of “C-” or higher) or equivalent (TCCN ENGL 1301)
  • MAT 1133 Calculus for Business (grade of “C-” or higher) or equivalent (TCCN MATH 1325)
  • 12 credit hours of UTSA business courses required in the Common Body of Knowledge (CBK)

Additionally, Academic Studies students must be in good academic standing (UTSA GPA of 2.0 or higher).

Academic Studies students who fulfill these requirements will be admitted into the BBA program if they have a 2.20 GPA or higher for all College of Business courses completed when they are evaluated.

Academic Studies students will be evaluated for admission into the B.B.A. Economics program after they complete the following coursework:

  • WRC 1013 Freshman Composition I (Q) (grade of “C-” or higher) or equivalent (TCCN ENGL 1301)
  • MAT 1133 Calculus for Business (grade of “C-” or higher) or equivalent (TCCN MATH 1325)
  • 12 credit hours of UTSA business courses required in the Common Body of Knowledge (CBK)

Additionally, Academic Studies students must be in good academic standing (UTSA GPA of 2.0 or higher).

Academic Studies students who fulfill these requirements will be admitted into the BBA program if they have a 2.20 GPA or higher for all College of Business courses completed when they are evaluated.

Academic Studies students will be evaluated for admission into the B.B.A. Finance program after they complete the following coursework:

  • WRC 1013 Freshman Composition I (Q) (grade of “C-” or higher) or equivalent (TCCN ENGL 1301)
  • MAT 1133 Calculus for Business (grade of “C-” or higher) or equivalent (TCCN MATH 1325)
  • 12 credit hours of UTSA business courses required in the Common Body of Knowledge (CBK)

Additionally, Academic Studies students must be in good academic standing (UTSA GPA of 2.0 or higher).

Academic Studies students who fulfill these requirements will be admitted into the BBA program if they have a 2.20 GPA or higher for all College of Business courses completed when they are evaluated.

Academic Studies students will be evaluated for admission into the B.B.A. Information Systems program after they complete the following coursework:

  • WRC 1013 Freshman Composition I (Q) (grade of “C-” or higher) or equivalent (TCCN ENGL 1301)
  • MAT 1133 Calculus for Business (grade of “C-” or higher) or equivalent (TCCN MATH 1325)
  • 12 credit hours of UTSA business courses required in the Common Body of Knowledge (CBK)

Additionally, Academic Studies students must be in good academic standing (UTSA GPA of 2.0 or higher).

Academic Studies students who fulfill these requirements will be admitted into the BBA program if they have a 2.20 GPA or higher for all College of Business courses completed when they are evaluated.

Academic Studies students will be evaluated for admission into the B.B.A. Management Science program after they complete the following coursework:

  • WRC 1013 Freshman Composition I (Q) (grade of “C-” or higher) or equivalent (TCCN ENGL 1301)
  • MAT 1133 Calculus for Business (grade of “C-” or higher) or equivalent (TCCN MATH 1325)
  • 12 credit hours of UTSA business courses required in the Common Body of Knowledge (CBK)

Additionally, Academic Studies students must be in good academic standing (UTSA GPA of 2.0 or higher).

Academic Studies students who fulfill these requirements will be admitted into the BBA program if they have a 2.20 GPA or higher for all College of Business courses completed when they are evaluated.

Academic Studies students will be evaluated for admission into the B.B.A. Management program after they complete the following coursework:

  • WRC 1013 Freshman Composition I (Q) (grade of “C-” or higher) or equivalent (TCCN ENGL 1301)
  • MAT 1133 Calculus for Business (grade of “C-” or higher) or equivalent (TCCN MATH 1325)
  • 12 credit hours of UTSA business courses required in the Common Body of Knowledge (CBK)

Additionally, Academic Studies students must be in good academic standing (UTSA GPA of 2.0 or higher).

Academic Studies students who fulfill these requirements will be admitted into the BBA program if they have a 2.20 GPA or higher for all College of Business courses completed when they are evaluated.

Academic Studies students will be evaluated for admission into the B.B.A. Marketing program after they complete the following coursework:

  • WRC 1013 Freshman Composition I (Q) (grade of “C-” or higher) or equivalent (TCCN ENGL 1301)
  • MAT 1133 Calculus for Business (grade of “C-” or higher) or equivalent (TCCN MATH 1325)
  • 12 credit hours of UTSA business courses required in the Common Body of Knowledge (CBK)

Additionally, Academic Studies students must be in good academic standing (UTSA GPA of 2.0 or higher).

Academic Studies students who fulfill these requirements will be admitted into the BBA program if they have a 2.20 GPA or higher for all College of Business courses completed when they are evaluated.

Academic Studies students will be evaluated for admission into the B.B.A. Real Estate Finance and Development program after they complete the following coursework:

  • WRC 1013 Freshman Composition I (Q) (grade of “C-” or higher) or equivalent (TCCN ENGL 1301)
  • MAT 1133 Calculus for Business (grade of “C-” or higher) or equivalent (TCCN MATH 1325)
  • 12 credit hours of UTSA business courses required in the Common Body of Knowledge (CBK)

Additionally, Academic Studies students must be in good academic standing (UTSA GPA of 2.0 or higher).

Academic Studies students who fulfill these requirements will be admitted into the BBA program if they have a 2.20 GPA or higher for all College of Business courses completed when they are evaluated.

College of Education & Human Development

To declare a Health major, a student must have completed 30 semester credit hours, be in good academic standing with the university, and successfully completed the following or equivalent courses with a grade of “C-” or higher:

  • WRC 1013 Freshman Composition I (Q) (3 credit hours)
  • WRC 1023 Freshman Composition II (Q) (3 credit hours)
  • HTH 2413 Introduction to Community and Public Health (3 credit hours)

No specific criteria to move to intended major. Students must be a second semester freshman.

Interdisciplinary Studies students (B.A. degree) with a teacher certification concentration declare their concentration at the time they are an incoming freshman/transfer student. There are no additional admission requirements for the following:

  • Early Childhood–Grade 6 Core Subjects Certification Concentration
  • Grades 4–8 Core Subjects Certification Concentration
  • Grades 4–8 Language Arts/Reading/Social Studies Certification Concentration
  • Grades 4–8 Mathematics/Science Certification Concentration
  • EC–12 Special Education Certification Concentration
  • Early Childhood–Grade 6 ESL Core Subjects Certification Concentration
  • Grades 4–8 ESL Certification Concentration
  • Early Childhood–Grade 6 Bilingual Core Subjects Certification Concentration*
  • Grades 4–8 Bilingual Core Subjects Certification Concentration*

For admission to the Educator Preparation Program, students (within the identified concentrations) must meet the following criteria, as established by the State Board for Educator Certification:

  • Attain junior standing (60 semester credit hours)
  • Complete all core requirements
  • Have a minimum grade point average of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) on all work completed
  • Have completed 12-15 hours of content coursework. Math and Science certification tracks must have 15 hours completed
  • TSI MET or Passing scores on the SAT or ACT* SAT: Composite score of 1070 or higher ACT: Composite score of 23 or higher (Exam scores cannot be mixed and matched)
  • Earn a “C-” or higher in WRC 1023
  • Demonstrate English Language Proficiency
  • Earn a “C-” or higher in a public speaking course (WRC 1013, COM 1043, COM 1053, COM 2123, COM 2113. Credit for WRC 1013 through AP or CLEP will not be accepted
  • Read and Sign the Code of Ethics
  • Read and Sign the Criminal History Policy
  • Pass the Teacher Candidate Admission Quiz with a 72 or higher

*In addition students pursuing bilingual teacher certification concentrations have to take the Assessment Language Proficiency in Spanish (ALPS).

No specific criteria to move to intended major. Students must  be a second semester freshman.

All applicants for admission to the Athletic Training concentration will be initially admitted into the Kinesiology program without a concentration. In order for a student to declare the Athletic Training concentration, a student must be admitted to the Athletic Training Apprenticeship Program and meet the following academic criteria: (1) Completed 30 semester credit hours with a cumulative grade point average of 2.50; (2) Successfully completed the following or equivalent courses with a grade of “C-” or higher:

  • BIO 1233 Contemporary Biology I (3 credit hours)
  • KIN 2303 Foundations of Kinesiology (3 credit hours)
  • MAT 1073 Algebra for Scientists and Engineers (3 credit hours)
  • WRC 1013 Freshman Composition I (Q) (3 credit hours)

Students can enter the Exercise Physiology concentration after the following criteria has been met (1) Completed 30 semester credit hours with a cumulative grade point average of 2.5; (2) Successfully completed the following or equivalent courses with a grade of “C-” or higher:

  • BIO 1233 Contemporary Biology I (3 credit hours) OR BIO 1404 Biosciences I (3 credit hours)
  • KIN 2303 Foundations of Kinesiology (3 credit hours)
  • MAT 1023 College Algebra with Applications (3 credit hours) OR MAT 1073 Algebra for Scientists and Engineers (3 credit hours)
  • WRC 1013 Freshman Composition I (Q) (3 credit hours)

Students can enter the Exercise Physiology concentration after the following criteria has been met (1) Completed 30 semester credit hours with a cumulative grade point average of 2.5; (2) Successfully completed the following or equivalent courses with a grade of “C-” or higher:

  • BIO 1233 Contemporary Biology I (3 credit hours) OR BIO 1404 Biosciences I (3 credit hours)
  • KIN 2303 Foundations of Kinesiology (3 credit hours)
  • MAT 1023 College Algebra with Applications (3 credit hours) OR MAT 1073 Algebra for Scientists and Engineers (3 credit hours)
  • WRC 1013 Freshman Composition I (Q) (3 credit hours)

No specific criteria to move to intended major. In order to be eligible to apply for admission into any Educator Preparation Program, students have to meet the following criteria, as established by the State Board for Educator Certification:

  • Attain junior standing (60 semester credit hours)
  • Complete all core requirements
  • Have a minimum grade point average of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) on all work completed
  • Have completed 12-15 hours of content coursework. Math and Science certification tracks must have 15 hours completed
  • TSI MET or Passing scores on the SAT or ACT* SAT: Composite score of 1070 or higher ACT: Composite score of 23 or higher (Exam scores cannot be mixed and matched)
  • Earn a “C-” or higher in WRC 1023
  • Demonstrate English Language Proficiency
  • Earn a “C-” or higher in a public speaking course: WRC 1013, COM 1043, COM 1053, COM 2123, COM 2113. Credit for WRC 1013 through AP or CLEP will not be accepted
  • Read and Sign the Code of Ethics
  • Read and Sign the Criminal History Policy
  • Pass the Teacher Candidate Admission Quiz with a 72 or higher.

Admission into the major as part of a cohort group occurs in the Fall Semester. In order to declare a major in Nutrition and Dietetics, a student must meet the following criteria:

  • Must complete all support courses and most of the Texas Core requirements with a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) and be in good standing with the university.
  • Must complete all prerequisite courses with a grade of “C-” or higher. Detailed information about the courses, including the Texas common course numbers may be obtained from the Undergraduate Catalog.
  • Must complete NDT 2043 Introduction to Nutritional Sciences or BIO 2043 Nutrition or equivalent course with a grade of “B-” or higher.
  • May not repeat a prerequisite course more than twice to meet the grade criteria.
  • Must complete all support courses (prerequisite courses) by the end of the summer semester prior to entering the program in the fall semester.
  • Must submit a program application, two completed reference forms (program specific) preferably by faculty members and a statement indicating personal career goals, knowledge of the profession, commitment, interests and motivation.
  • Must have a personal interview with the program faculty (by invitation).

Transfer students must meet all the above criteria and meet all the UTSA undergraduate admission requirements. Official transcripts from all institutions attended must be submitted.

College of Liberal and Fine Arts

Students must audition and have successful competition.

Students must have a “C-” or higher in the following courses:

  • PSY 1013 Introduction to Psychology
  • One of the following math courses: MAT 1023, MAT 1033, MAT 1073, MAT 1093, MAT 1163, MAT 1193, MAT 1214, or STA 1053

College of Engineering

Students must be Calculus I eligible (C- or higher in MAT 1093) with:

  • No more than 3 semesters from term of entry (math must be taken in each semester of enrollment)
  • Good academic standing (>2.5 GPA)

Students must be Calculus I eligible (C- or higher in MAT 1093) with:

  • No more than 3 semesters from term of entry (math must be taken in each semester of enrollment)
  • Good academic standing (>2.5 GPA)

Students must be Calculus I eligible (C- or higher in MAT 1093) with:

  • No more than 3 semesters from term of entry (math must be taken in each semester of enrollment
  • Good academic standing (>2.5 GPA)

Students must be Calculus I eligible (C- or higher in MAT 1093) with:

  • No more than 3 semesters from term of entry (math must be taken in each semester of enrollment)
  • Good academic standing (>2.5 GPA)

Students must be Calculus I eligible (C- or higher in MAT 1093) with:

  • No more than 3 semesters from term of entry (math must be taken in each semester of enrollment)
  • Good academic standing (>2.5 GPA)

Students must be Calculus I eligible (C- or higher in MAT 1093) with:

  • No more than 3 semesters from term of entry (math must be taken in each semester of enrollment)
  • Good academic standing (>2.5 GPA)

College of Sciences

Students must be TSI Complete.

Students admitted into the Academic Studies Program must complete the following requirements for admission to the major:

  • Completion of College Algebra (MAT1023 or MAT1073) or higher, and
  • Completion of Biosciences I (BIO 1404).

Students must be TSI complete.

Students must complete the following coursework with a “C-” or higher:

  • CS 1083
  • MAT 1093

Students admitted into the Academic Studies Program must complete the following requirements for admission to the major:

  • Completion of College Algebra (MAT1023 or MAT1073) or higher, and
  • Completion of Biosciences I (BIO 1404).

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