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University Studies

Complete your degree and begin your career!

If you're eager to graduate and get a job, check out UT Arlington's Bachelor of Science degree in University Studies. This program puts you on the fast track to earning a degree by maximizing your existing credit hours through an individualized curriculum.

Designed for students seeking options beyond the traditional university majors, the program features a breadth of study in a range of academic disciplines that prepares you for a variety of career paths. Earning your Bachelors degree in University Studies gives you a unique education profile you can market to employers or graduate programs and help launch your career.

What can University Studies do for you?

  • Synchronize coursework to help you graduate faster.
  • Provide a foundation to begin your career.
  • Re-focus your academic goals.
  • Provide options for applying your existing hours toward a degree.
  • Hone your skills in important areas such as communication, critical thinking, project management and problem solving.
  • Make you a more appealing candidate to potential employers.

Are you needing online courses?  The University Studies Finish@UT program may be the right fit for you!  Finish@UT program provides students with 100% online courses in topics ranging from health, business, social sciences, humanities and more. If you are core complete with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 and at least 60 hours of previously completed course work, we can help you graduate with a Bachelor’s of Science in University Studies!

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    Location: Ransom Hall 101


    Phone: 817-272-0777

    Fax: 817-272-3407

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    The University of Texas at Arlingon

    University College

    University Studies Degree Program

    Box #19240

    Arlington, TX 76019


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