Admissions & Advising
Business Prospective Undergraduate and Graduate Students
About Our Majors
All undergraduate programs offered by the College of Business are fully accredited by AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. These programs are designed to prepare the student for both the present and future business environment.
Freshman students will meet with advisors in the University Advising Center for at least one semester before transitioning to the College of Business. You should schedule an appointment before attending New Maverick Orientation. If you are not ready to apply for admission but have general...
Transfer students with at least 24 credit hours should schedule an appointment with a business advisor before attending New Maverick Orientation. If you are not ready to apply for admission but have general questions, you are encouraged to email for assistance.
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Learn more about our graduate degree programs in the UT Arlington College of Business by completing and submitting the form shown below.
Meet an Undergraduate Advisor
Prospective Freshman and Transfer students that are wanting to see what our degree requirements are. Please feel free to make an appointment with an advisor in order to discuss the right academic plan for you.
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Undergraduate students transferring courses from other Colleges and Universities can use the Transfer Evaluation System to determine course equivalencies accepted by the University of Texas at Arlington. The College of Business will then determine which of these courses will satisfy a specific requirement for a business degree.
Projected Lifetime Earnings
The estimates in the following table are based on the 2014-2018 American Community Surveys and the baseline lifetime earnings model in Webber (2014) and Webber (2016).