AVID college research project
A non-refundable fee as indicated below is required:
- US Citizen and US Resident Alien Applicants with NO foreign college or university course work: $40
- US Citizen and US Resident Alien Applicants WITH foreign college or university course work: $90
- International Applicants: $90
Fee Waivers; Certain fee waivers may apply so there may not be fees.
Classes to be tested upon scores
EXAMINATIONSCOREUT ARLINGTON COURSE
Financial Accounting55ACCT 2301
General Biology51BIOL 1333 & 1334 or BIOL 1441
General Chemistry50CHEM 1441 & 1442
Principles of Macroeconomics54ECON 2305
Principles of Microeconomics54ECON 2306
College Composition –
College French3 (Levels 1 & 2)47-48FREN 1441
57-67FREN 1441, 1442, 2313
68-80FREN 1441, 1442, 2313, 2314
College German3 (Levels 1 & 2)32-36GERM 1441
37-51GERM 1441, 1442
52-70GERM 1441, 1442, 2313
71-80GERM 1441, 1442, 2313, 2314
American Government60POLS 2311
History of United States I50HIST 1311
History of United States II50HIST 1312
Western Civilization I50HIST 2301
Western Civilization II50HIST 2302
Principles of Management60MANA 3319
Principles of Marketing63MARK 3321
College Algebra50MATH 1302
Introductory Psychology55PSYC 1315
Introductory Sociology50SOCI 1311
College Spanish3 (Levels 1 & 2)50-524SPAN 1441
53-634SPAN 1441, 1442
64-80SPAN 1441, 1442, 2313
(See4)SPAN 1441, 1442, 2313, 2314
Percent of incoming freshmen acceptance from the previous year
Numeric Thinking Test - http://www.uta.edu/universitycollege/_downloads/pdf/tsi-test-prep/prealgebra-sample-test.pdf
Math requirements & prererequisites
are the requirements.
ACCT 3133 - PROFESSIONALISM IN ACCOUNTING
ACCT 3303 - INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS
ACCT 3309 - ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS
ACCT 3311 - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I
ACCT 3312 - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II
ACCT 3315 - PRINCIPLES OF FEDERAL INCOME TAX
ACCT 4302 - ACCOUNTING IN MANAGERIAL PLANNING AND CONTROL
ACCT 4304 - COST ACCOUNTING
BA and BS difference
DOes major allow BA or BS
GPA to graduate
free tutoring on campus
What will you do with your degree?
average salary base and overall salary
JOb placement opportunities your University offers
Does your degree offer help with creating a resume?
Does your major also aid in the interviewing process?
How much will your monthly student loan bill be?
meal plan or dining would be $3,130- $3,640
difference between loans and grants
difference between qualifying for loans an grants
where to find out about financial aid
when and how do you apply for financial aid
how often do you have o apply for financial aid
do you qualify for aid, how much aid OR what scholarships do you qualify, what special scholarships did you find
1300* SAT/29 ACT
High School Top 10% or 3.5 GPA
$8,000 per year
1200* SAT/26 ACT
High School Top 10% or 3.2 GPA
$6,000 per year
1100* SAT/24 ACT
High School Top 20%
$4,000 per year
Freshman Recognition Scholarship
1200* SAT/26 ACT
Graduation in the Top 50%
of a Texas public high school
$2,000 per year
Top 10% Award
Graduation in the Top 10%
of a Texas public high school
$2,000 per year
National Merit Scholarship
Present National Merit Finalist Certificate of Merit and College Choice Form (indicating UT Arlington as your first choice) to the Scholarship Office by February 17, 2016
Full tuition, fees, and residence hall costs up to $20,000 per year
where do you plan to live
who do you plan to live with
jobs available as a student
conditions for underclassmen living on campus
Living expense budget
what social activities are offered
The 2100 Club aims to create a stronger sense of community and collaboration among the glass studio.
A Collection of Brothers at the University of Texas at Arlington was established as a means of social networking amongst males on campus and as a support system for males to fellowship together regardless of classification, organization
The purpose of Access is to reach and minister to the Asian American community at the University of Texas at Arlington through the Christian message centered on the person of Jesus Christ.
Welcome to the Accounting Society Homepage. We are a professional student organization within the College of Business that provides students with the opportunities to meet recruiters/professionals in the field of Accounting.
The purpose of the organization is to bring together students who are interested in pursuing a career in Actuarial Science.
The Aero Mavericks team researches rocket powered systems and fixed wing systems. We compete in two competitions and allow students to gain hand on experience in the engineering design process.
The University of Texas at Arlington African Students Organization is committed to promoting awareness of African culture on the UTA campus as well as advancing the interests of the African student body at UTA.
Learn Self-defense Strengthen your mind Strengthen your spirit Be one with nature Learn what budo is Become a modern warrior Aikido is for daily life
Alpha Chi Omega is an organization built by and for real, strong women. We take pride in our national philanthropy, Domestic Violence Awareness, and are always finding ways to give back. The Epsilon Lambda chapter of AXO at UTA was founded in 1969.
alpha Kappa Delta Phi is an international Asian-interest sorority which fosters the making of successful leaders by assisting and challenging our members to reach their maximum potential.
These are some of the sororities/fraternities at UTA that are offered to join.
interview college student
5 things they wished they knew before, The large amount of homework, having better time management, how big the classes were gonna be, how expensive books were, how labs were longer than the regular class.
- UT Arlington does not accept the grade of “D” in transfer, so keep your grades up so you can receive as much credit as possible.
- No university credit is given for vocational coursework.
- No university credit is given for developmental coursework.
- Transfer students have no option for erasing a low grade. UT Arlington will not use "grade replacement," "grade forgiveness," "grade exclusion," or any other type of amnesty from the grades you earn.
- Cumulative Transfer GPA will include all grade attempts.
- The University does not recognize life and/or career credit.
- While you may be core complete, there may be major course requirements and/or pre-requisites that require you to take a course that looks like a core requirement but doesn’t act like one. If this happens to you, talk to your academic advisor.
do the courses you are taking fill conditions of second major
RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION I
RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION II
Modern and Classical Languages: 1441, 1442, 2313, 2314 (with a total of 14 hours)
The rest of the classes are not the same.
procedure to changing majors