School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences

DEGREES

Students in Classroom

The School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences is set apart by its distinctive blend of science and clinical applications. The school offers five undergraduate degree programs, four master’s of science degree programs and four doctoral degree programs. In each program, students will benefit from the school’s interdisciplinary research and training.

Undergraduate Degrees

A BBS education is exceptional because of the school’s various course offerings, including child learning and development, cognition and neuroscience, psychology and communication disorders. BBS degrees propel students to promising careers in education, law, medicine, research and more.

For more information about undergraduate life at UT Dallas, the admissions process and financial aid, please visit the University’s Undergraduate Education site.

Undergraduate Scholarship Opportunities

The School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences offers two scholarships for students who are full-time or part-time undergraduate students pursuing degrees in BBS. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents with a FAFSA on file with the UTD Financial Aid Office. Please read the full criteria and requirements for more information.

The $3,000 Helen Small Scholarship and $1,000 Diane Milot Tucker Scholarship will be awarded annually.

Graduate Degrees

The University of Texas at Dallas has grown rapidly to become one of the top universities in Texas. UT Dallas is known for the academic excellence of the student body and the scholarly reputation of the faculty.

The School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences is committed to providing excellent training to the best graduate minds in the country. With mentoring and teaching from some of the most noted researchers and professors in the country, a BBS graduate education provides students with unique opportunities for research and clinical experience. In fact, graduate programs in audiology and speech-language pathology are both nationally ranked in the top 5 percent, according to U.S. News & World Report.

For more information about graduate life at UT Dallas, the admissions process and financial aid, please visit the University’s Graduate Admissions site.