The University of Texas at Austin offers a wide variety of undergraduate degrees from 11 different colleges and schools, each degree program requires a student to complete at least 120 semester hours of coursework. Certificates are typically between 18-24 credits and serve as a compliment to a major (but are not required), many certificates are officially recognized on transcripts upon graduation.
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- If you are not sure to what college or major you want to change but need or want to make a change, please contact the Center for Strategic Advising &Career Counseling in A115 Jester at (512) 232-8400 to see how an advisor or a career counselor can help you. The Center for Strategic Advising & Career Counseling helps currently enrolled UT students choose majors and careers, find internships, and plan for graduate school. The Center also provides drop-in and appointment based tutoring and learning specialist services for a wide variety of courses.
- Attend an internal transfer information session for the college/school you’re interested in, you may also view the internal transfer website for each college/school.
- Current students can use the Wayfinder website, created by the School of Undergraduate Studies. This website has information on how to choose a major, resources on campus, career stories from real professionals, and information on majors/certificates offered at UT.