Other Degree Requirements
To qualify for double degrees at UT Dallas, a student must complete all of the requirements for both degrees as stated in the catalog, plus 30 semester credit hours of upper-division (3000/4000) courses beyond those for the degree with the greater credit requirements for a minimum of 81 upper-division semester credit hours.
Incoming students who already hold a baccalaureate degree from another institution and are seeking a second baccalaureate degree at UT Dallas must complete all of the requirements for the degree as stated in the catalog and 30 semester credit hours of upper-division (3000/4000) courses at UT Dallas.
With the approval of the relevant Associate Dean, students may complete a double major by satisfying all requirements set by each program. This shall include no fewer than 12 semester credit hours at the University in each major field.
If the two majors lead to a B.A. and a B.S., the student must choose which baccalaureate will appear on the degree. Double majors in Interdisciplinary Studies are not available. A student is limited to two majors per undergraduate degree.
For information concerning honors, please see “Graduation with Honors” at www.utdallas.edu/student/catalog/undergrad11/policies/graduation.html.
All incoming first-time freshmen enrolling in The University of Texas at Dallas must complete and pass (UNIV 1010), Freshman Seminar, during their first semester in attendance. UNIV 1010 is a graduation requirement for all first-time freshmen. This course is designed to introduce incoming freshmen to the intellectual and cultural environment of the university and the impacts it will have on their lives as students. The course incorporates presentations by leading UT Dallas faculty members on research developments of major current interest, small section meetings to discuss these presentations and matters of general concern to UT Dallas freshmen, and a substantial component of on-line learning focused on developing the strategies and tactics that will lead to successful careers at UT Dallas and beyond. ENGR 1200 may be substituted for UNIV 1010, provided students attend the large faculty lectures and complete the on-line learning focused on developing the strategies and tactics that will lead to successful careers at UT Dallas and beyond.