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Major Chemistry
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.



team building, leadership, organization, planning, management, financial, communications, marketing, public speaking, making presentations, writing



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Major Chemistry


Major in the College of Natural Sciences

A degree in chemistry is designed to prepare students for professional careers as chemists, either upon [...]
Major Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

Major in the Cockrell School of Engineering

As a civil engineer, you might design roller coasters, highways, skyscrapers, railways, bridges, water reservoirs, or [...]
Major Computational Engineering

Computational Engineering

Major in the Cockrell School of Engineering

Computational engineers use computers and advanced computational methods and analysis to solve engineering problems. Their knowledge [...]
Major Computer Science

Computer Science

Major in the College of Natural Sciences

Required and elective courses offer a theoretical base of knowledge in a wide variety of [...]
Major Design2


Major in the College of Fine Arts

Design should always be about solving a problem and creating new processes, products and services for [...]
Major Electricaland Computer Engineering

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Major in the Cockrell School of Engineering

As a computer engineer, you might work on robotics, computer networks, wireless communications, or biomedical devices [...]
Major Environmental Engr

Environmental Engineering

Major in the Cockrell School of Engineering

Environmental engineers are charged with decreasing the sphere of human influence so that the earth can [...]
Major Environmental Science

Environmental Science

Interdisciplinary Major

UT's environmental science major prepares graduates for a quantitative and interdisciplinary approach to examining ecosystems and [...]
Major Exercise Science

Exercise Science

Major in the College of Education

Exercise Science students will learn about all components of the human body including motor development, anatomy [...]
Major Finance


Major in the McCombs School of Business

This program offers students an opportunity to study the finance function in the business firm [...]
Major Geological Sciences

Geological Sciences

Major in the Jackson School of Geosciences

Geoscientists also draw upon discoveries from math, geography, archaeology, engineering and other sciences to meld an [...]
Major Geosystems Engineeringand Hydrogeology

Geosystems Engineering and Hydrogeology

Interdisciplinary Major

As a geosystems engineer you could address the world's most pressing energy, water resource, and environmental [...]
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