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.
Current Student and Transfer Advising
Transfer students with at least 24 credit hours should schedule an appointment with a business advisor before attending New Maverick Orientation. If you are a current student and need assistance updating your APG (Academic Plan To Graduate) or simple advising questions, please book an appointment...
Freshmen students will meet with advisors in the University Advising Center for at least one semester before transitioning to the College of Business.
Meet your advisor
Please select an advisor for your major of interest.
Forms and Resources
Use this link to view and complete forms online. Please allow 3-5 business days for processing.
Schedule A Tour
The visit includes a general campus tour, as well as a Business information session and specialized tour of the College of Business.
Getting to know you
We would like to get to know you! Please feel free to complete and submit our online form.
UNDERGRADUATE ADVISING OFFICE HOURS:
The services below will begin September 13th
We are open from 8 am to 5 pm(must check in by 4 pm), Monday - Friday.
To make a virtual or in-person appointment to meet with an advisor, go to
TCC Students ONLY: UTA Prospective at TCC NE Campus
Discover and learn more about our undergraduate business programs. At The University of Texas at Arlington's College of Business, we offer students the chance to gain the knowledge and experience they need to become leaders and master the world of business on a global scale.
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).