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Analytical. Creative. Independent.

Sound like you? These are just a few personality traits found in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), a career field that tackles some of the biggest challenges facing our society today.

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Major Accounting

Accounting

Major in the McCombs School of Business

The top-ranked Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) accounting program provides students with a broad overall [...]
Major Actuarial Sciences

Actuarial Science

Major in the College of Natural Sciences

Actuaries use mathematical skills to define, analyze, and solve business problems involving the cost of [...]
Major Aerospace

Aerospace Engineering

Major in the Cockrell School of Engineering

As an aerospace engineer you might develop the next generation of satellites that monitor the environment [...]
Major Architecture Engineering2

Architectural Engineering

Major in the Cockrell School of Engineering

With over 7 billion people on the planet, our population is growing fast. We all need [...]
Major Architectural Engineering

Architectural Engineering / Architecture Dual Degree Program

Interdisciplinary Major

This program combines the course requirements of both degrees and requires six years for completion [...]
Major Architecture

Architecture

Major in the School of Architecture

The Bachelor of Architecture is a professional degree that is evaluated and accredited by the [...]
Major Aet

Arts and Entertainment Technologies

Major in the College of Fine Arts

The BS in Arts and Entertainment Technologies (AET) is an interdisciplinary major where students will learn [...]
Major Astronomy

Astronomy

Major in the College of Natural Sciences

Students can learn from, and conduct research with some of the world's top astronomers who are [...]
Major Biochemistry

Biochemistry

Major in the College of Natural Sciences

It combines biology and chemistry to investigate the structure, composition, and chemical reactions of substances in [...]
Major Biology

Biology

Major in the College of Natural Sciences

This degree permits students to take advanced courses from a broad spectrum of the biological sciences [...]
Major Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

Major in the Cockrell School of Engineering

Biomedical Engineers use engineering problem solving tools and medical science knowledge to improve outcomes for patients [...]
Major Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Major in the Cockrell School of Engineering

The work of a chemical engineer can range from developing better cosmetics to producing fire-resistant materials [...]
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