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Undergraduate Programs of Study

The University of Texas at Brownsville-Texas Southmost College was reaccredited in 2008 by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. The College of Education is accredited by Texas Education Agency. As of January 2011, our College and Community Counseling programs were nationally accredited by The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs. The College Education is currently pursuing accreditation by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.


 

Bachelor of Arts

Art - All Level Grades EC-12th
Early Childhood Studies (Non-Teaching Degree)
English Language Arts - Grades 4th-8th
English Language Arts - Grades 8th-12th
History - Grades 8th-12th
History/Social Studies - Grades 8th-12th
Spanish - Grades EC-12th

Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies

Early Childhood - 6th Grade Bilingual Generalist
Early Childhood - 6th Grade English as a Second Language Generalist
Early Childhood - 6th Grade Generalist/EC-12th and Special Education

Bachelor of Music

Music/Guitar - All Level Grades EC-12th
Music/Instrumental - All Level Grades EC-12th
Music/Keyboard - All Level Grades EC-12th
Music/Vocal - All Level Grades EC-12th

Bachelor of Science

Health and Human Performance - All Level Grades EC-12th
Mathematics - Grades 4th-8th
Mathematics - Grades 8th-12th
Science - Grades 4th-8th
Science/Biology - Grades 8th-12th
Science/Chemistry - Grades 8th-12th
Science/Environmental Sciences - Grades 8th-12th
Science/Physics - Grades 8th-12th

Bachelor of Science (Non-Teaching Degrees)

Health and Human Performance
Health and Human Performance/Exercise Science


General Information

Academic AdvisorsCertification OfficeTeacher Education Program

Students should visit with their Academic Advisor to declare their major and have a Program of Study prepared. This can be done upon admission to the University. Students who are undecided should visit the Advising Center to meet with an Academic Advisor. Students taking developmental courses should visit the Advising Center to be advised on required courses.

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