Bachelor of Science in Substance Use & Treatment

WE ARE ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR SPRING 2023, SUMMER 2023 & FALL 2023

Complete the BSSUT Program in-person in Arlington or complete all your classes Online!

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How to Become a BSSUT Major

Students interested in the BSSUT must first apply to UTA or be a current UTA student and then select or switch to Substance Use & Treatment as your intended major. Once admitted to UTA or already a current UTA student, you must complete the following Substance Use & Treatment requirements before transitioning from Intended-SUT major an official SUT major:


  1. A “C” or better in all SUT and Social Work courses taken
  2. A Minimum 2.25 overall GPA
  3. Completion of the SUT-Intended coursework and at least 30 hours toward the required Core Curriculum

BSSUT Online Program Overview

Students living in Texas and outside of Texas can complete our BSSUT Online Program.

 

If you are an out-of-state non-Texas resident and completing our BSSUT program online where you reside out-of-state, you will be eligible to receive in-state tuition rates under the Non-Resident Online Distance Education (NRODE) program.  For most out-of-state students this can be a savings of up to 45% on tuition costs.

Reserve Your Spot

Attending an Undergraduate Admissions Information Session provides you with a unique opportunity to meet with representatives from the School of Social Work and discuss the BSW program.

Get In Touch with SSW Admissions

Brianna Gibbs
Academic Recruiter
Primarily Undergraduate Admissions

Email: brianna.gibbs@uta.edu
Phone: 817-272-2551

Dolores Bevins
Admissions Counselor II
Email: doloresbevins@uta.edu
Phone: 817-272-1044

Darlene Santee
Manager for Recruiting and Admissions
Email: santeed@uta.edu

Questions About School of Social Work Admissions?

Get information about School of Social Work Academic Programs, Admissions Requirements, Complete Future Student Interest Form, and more.

GET INFORMATION ABOUT THE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK ACADEMIC PROGRAMS