Areas of Study (Majors)

Who will you be?

A biomedical engineer who grows artificial organs? An anthropologist unearthing humanity’s secrets? A CEO of an international conglomerate? Unlike The Game of Life, you won’t arbitrarily land on any given space. The choice is yours, and you have plenty of options.

UTSA offers 60 undergraduate areas of study that are spread across eight different colleges. Curated by an award-winning faculty, our diverse set of programs will prepare you for nearly any professional career or scholarly pursuit. UTSA’s top-tier education will not only remain pertinent to an ever-changing job market but will also set you on the path towards becoming who you’re meant to be.

There are just a few clicks between you and the start of your journey. What are you waiting for?

Please note that some majors have additional admission requirements. View all of UTSA’s specific admission requirements here.

If you’re looking for graduate programs, please visit UTSA Graduate School.

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Accounting

College of Business

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Actuarial Science

College of Business

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American Studies

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

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Anthropology

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

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Architecture

College of Architecture, Construction & Planning

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Art

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

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Art History & Criticism

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

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Artificial Intelligence (Multidisciplinary Studies)

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Biochemistry

College of Sciences

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Biology

College of Sciences

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Biomedical Engineering

College of Engineering

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Business Analytics

College of Business

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Chemical Engineering

College of Engineering

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Chemistry

College of Sciences

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Civil Engineering

College of Engineering

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Classical Studies & Humanities

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

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Communication

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

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Computer Engineering

College of Engineering

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Computer Science

College of Sciences

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Construction Science & Management

College of Architecture, Construction & Planning

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Criminology and Criminal Justice

College for Health, Community & Policy

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Cyber Intelligence (Multidisciplinary Studies)

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Cyber Security

College of Business

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Data Sciences (Multidisciplinary Studies)

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Dentistry

Special Programs

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Economics

College of Business

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Education (Interdisciplinary Studies)

College of Education & Human Development

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Electrical Engineering

College of Engineering

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English

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

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Environmental Science

College of Sciences

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Finance

College of Business

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Geography & Environmental Sustainability

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

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Geoinformatics (Multidisciplinary Studies)

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Geology

College of Sciences

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Global Affairs

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

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Health

College for Health, Community & Policy

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History

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

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Information Systems

College of Business

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Interior Design

College of Architecture, Construction & Planning

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Kinesiology

College for Health, Community & Policy

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Management

College of Business

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Management Science

College of Business

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Marketing

College of Business

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Mathematics

College of Sciences

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Mathematics of Data and Computing

College of Sciences

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Mechanical Engineering

College of Engineering

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Medical Humanities

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

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Medicine

Special Programs

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Mexican American Studies

College of Education & Human Development

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Microbiology & Immunology

College of Sciences

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Modern Language Studies

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

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Multicultural Early Childhood Development

College of Education & Human Development

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Multidisciplinary Science

College of Sciences

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Multidisciplinary Studies

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Music

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

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Neuroscience (Multidisciplinary Studies)

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Nursing (Multidisciplinary Studies)

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Nutrition & Dietetics

College for Health, Community & Policy

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Philosophy

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

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Physics

College of Sciences

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Political Science

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

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Politics & Law

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

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Psychology

College for Health, Community & Policy

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Public Administration and Policy

College for Health, Community & Policy

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Public Health

College for Health, Community & Policy

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Real Estate Finance & Development

College of Business

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Respiratory Care

Special Programs

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Sociology

College for Health, Community & Policy

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Spanish

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

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Statistics & Data Science

College of Business

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Women’s Studies

College of Education & Human Development

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Building Things

You have a desire to create. Whether you’re designing or building structures, systems, prototypes or anything in between, you’re itching to realize your ideas in tangible objects. If this describes you, you may want to consider the following majors:


Being Creative

You’re constantly developing and expressing new ideas through art, words or other media. You’re excited by opportunities to show your worldview and spark interesting conversations. If this describes you, you may want to consider the following majors:




Enjoy Physical Activity

You’re most comfortable when outside of a traditional classroom or office setting and working in a dynamic setting. You enjoy being mobile in your work and are looking for a career that doesn’t necessarily center around a desk and chair. If this describes you, you may want to consider the following majors:


Enjoy Teaching/Mentoring

You’re a strong communicator who enjoys opportunities to help others discover information and meet challenges. You value the sharing of ideas and want to help others achieve their goals. If this describes you, you may want to consider the following majors:


Enjoy Traveling

A lifestyle of travel and exploration excites you. You’re looking for a career that allows you to visit new places, meet lots of different people and explore cultures from around the country and world. If this describes you, you may want to consider the following majors:



Help Others

While compensation is great, you’re looking for a career where you can make a positive impact on those around you. You’re a natural caregiver and generally see the best in others. If this describes you, you may want to consider the following majors:




Interested in Technology

You’re always on the cutting edge of technology and your family and friends come to you for advice on the latest gadgets and gizmos. You want to harness the explosive growth or technology and make your mark on the world. If this describes you, you may want to consider the following majors:


Working with Words

You’re most comfortable expressing yourself through the written world. You’re able to draft compelling stories and motivate others. If this describes you, you may want to consider the following majors:


Working with Numbers

The ability to work with numbers is one of your biggest interests and strengths. You thrive on solving mathematical equations and also have a keen interest in sciences. If this describes you, you may want to consider the following majors:


Working with Others

You’re a people person and you thrive on working with and for others. While you’re able to work alone, you prefer to interact with others regularly. If this describes you, you may want to consider the following majors:


Construction and Structural Design

You enjoy creating things to help solve problems. Whether you’re interested in the building of structures or making them look good while also solving problems, the Construction and Structural Design industry is calling your name. If this describes you, you may want to consider the following majors:


Engineering, Design and Production

Where others see hurdles, you see opportunity to innovate and change the world for the better. If you want to acquire the skills to tackle the challenges of today and tomorrow, a career in Engineering, Design and Production is right for you. If this describes you, you may want to consider the following majors:



Financial Services and Systems

An increasingly competitive worldwide market is an exciting place in which to forge a career. You’re interested in leveraging capital to grow your business and make your mark. Whether you plan to work for international conglomerates, up-and-coming startups or government agencies, a career in Financial Services and Systems inspires you to push boundaries. If this describes you, you may want to consider the following majors:


Government, Defense and Public Administration

You’re interested in shaping society through the network of government agencies and non-profits. You’re intrigued by the allocation and use of public resources for the public good. Whether you hope to serve in elected office, secure a public administration position or help others navigate our political system, a career in Government, Defense and Public Administration is your calling. If this describes you, you may want to consider the following majors:



Information Technology and Systems

You’re intrigued by how things work together and want to harness technology to improve efficiency, ease of access and what’s possible overall. You’re constantly tinkering with things and breaking them down to see how they work. A career in Information Technology and Systems will allow you to leverage the technology of today and the future to solve some of the world’s biggest problems. If this describes you, you may want to consider the following majors:


Law Enforcement and Security

A steward of justice, you want to protect others from harm. Whether you aim to work with the public or shape investment and governmental policy, your interest in safety and fairness sees you called to serve. If this describes you, you may want to consider the following majors:


Manufacturing and Product Development

You’re interested in developing products that impact people’s lives for the better. Whether you’re wanting to solve complex problems or simply help others enjoy their day-to-day life a little more, a career in Manufacturing and Product Development calls you to exercise your creativity and skills. If this describes you, you may want to consider the following majors:


Media, Advertising and Public Relations

A natural storyteller who enjoys working with words, you’re interested in helping people convey complex ideas in accessible ways. Whether you’re breaking world news, helping businesses explain the purpose or navigating the media landscape for clients, your ability to strategically communicate is how you plan to impact the world. If this describes you, you may want to consider the following majors:



Utilities, Energy and Public Services

You’re invested in improving our energy sector and other public utilities to help others reach their potential. Whether you’re looking to implement current technology or revolutionize the system entirely, a career in Utilities, Energy and Public Services is calling you. If this describes you, you may want to consider the following majors: