The University of Texas at Austin offers a variety of undergraduate degrees from 11 different colleges and schools.

What is a major? Each degree program requires a student to complete at least 120 semester hours of coursework. Students in all majors must complete the core curriculum, which makes up about a third of most degrees. A combination of major-specific courses and college-specific requirements compose the rest.

What is a certificate? Typically between 18-24 credits (more than a minor and less than a major), certificates are optional complements to majors. Most certificates are officially recognized on transcripts.

What is a minor? The requirements for a minor are determined by the school or college in which a student majors, but typically require between 12-15 hours in one subject. It is often possible to minor in a discipline outside the college in which a student chooses to major. Most minors are not officially recognized on transcripts at UT Austin.

School of Architecture
McCombs School of Business
Moody College of Communication
College of Education
Cockrell School of Engineering
College of Fine Arts
Jackson School of Geosciences
College of Liberal Arts
College of Natural Sciences
School of Nursing
School of Social Work
School of Undergraduate Studies