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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS EL PASO: 

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS EL PASO College of Liberal Arts

College of Liberal Arts Deans Office: 

College of Liberal Arts Deans Office Dr. Howard C. Daudistel, Dean Dr. Harmon M. Hosch, Associate Dean for Social and Behavioral Sciences Mr. Myron H. Nadel, Associate Dean for Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts Liberal Arts Bldg., Room 343 (915) 747-5666 (phone) (915) 747-5905 (fax) libarts@utep.edu

Contact Information: 

Contact Information Art 747-5181 Chicano Studies 747-5462 Communication 747-5129 Criminal Justice 747-7943 English 747-5731 History 747-5508 Languages and Linguistics 747-5767 Latin American Studies 747-5196 Music 747-5606 Philosophy 747-6617 Political Science 747-5227 Psychology 747-5551 Social Work 747-5095 Sociology and Anthropology 747-5740 Theatre Arts and Film 747-5146

BA Degree Plan (4 parts): 

BA Degree Plan (4 parts) University Core Curriculum (42 hours) “C” rule—all courses used to satisfy the core curriculum must be completed with a grade of “C” or better. This also applies to courses transferred from another institution. Liberal Arts General Education Requirements (24-27 hours) ESOL 2303 (for those following the ESOL sequence) 2300 level language requirement (6 hours) 18 hours of Upper-division Block Electives Major Field (27-40 hours) Check individual majors for the required hours and number of advanced level courses required. The hours vary per major. Minimum grade point average of “C” (2.0) Minor Field (18-24 hours) Check individual minors for the required hours and number of advanced level courses required. The hours vary per minor. Minimum grade point average of “C” (2.0)

BA in Art Degree Plan: 

BA in Art Degree Plan University Core Curriculum (42 hours) Liberal Arts General Ed. Curriculum (18-21 hours) Art Foundations (24 hours) Art Major Field (21 hours including 18 advanced hours) Minor Field (18-24 hours) Must be in a non-art area

BA in Art with all levels teacher certification: 

BA in Art with all levels teacher certification University Core Curriculum (42 hours) Liberal Arts General Ed. Curriculum (12-15 hours) Art Foundations (18 hours) Art Major Field (45 hours) Education Minor (18 hours)

BFA Degree Plan: 

BFA Degree Plan University Core Curriculum “C” rule—all courses used to satisfy the core curriculum must be completed with a grade of “C” or better. This also applies to courses transferred from another institution. Art Foundations (54 hours) Major Art Field (21 hours including 18 advanced hours) Minor Art Field (12 hours including 9 advanced hours)

BSW Degree Plan: 

BSW Degree Plan University Core Curriculum/Pre-Professional Courses (61 hours) Professional Support (6 hrs) Social Work Core (36 hours) Social Work Electives (12 hours) Social Work Support Courses (12 hours, approved by Advisor)

Degrees and Majors: 

Degrees and Majors Bachelor of Arts (BA) Anthropology Art Chicano Studies Communication (must choose option) Criminal Justice English Literature and Creative Writing French History Linguistics Latin American Studies Philosophy Political Science Psychology Sociology Spanish Theatre Arts

Degrees and Majors: 

Degrees and Majors We offer BA degrees in Business and Science College of Business BA in Economics College of Science BA in Biology BA in Chemistry BA in Geological Sciences BA in Mathematics BA in Physics

Degrees and Majors: 

Degrees and Majors Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) – offered in 3 fields Art (areas of specialization) Ceramics, Drawing, Graphic Design, Metals, Painting, Printmaking, and Sculpture Dance Ballet Performance Music Theatre

Degrees and Majors: 

Degrees and Majors Bachelor of Music (BM) General Music—choral and instrumental (all-levels teaching program) Performance—orchestra and instrumental, keyboard instruments, or voice Theory and Composition

Degrees and Majors: 

Degrees and Majors Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) Students who wish to earn a BSW degree must apply to and be accepted by the Social Work Program. Requires no minor Admission to Field Instruction 2.0 g.p.a. in the Liberal Arts foundation 2.5 g.p.a. for all Social Work courses by the end of the 2nd semester of the foundation professional year of study “C” or better in: SOWK 2310, 2331, 2320, 3320, 3330, 3341, 3355, and CS 1310 or CIS 2320 Upon completion of the program the student is eligible to test for licensure from the Texas State Board of Social Work Examiners as a Licensed Social Worker.

Accepted Minors: 

Accepted Minors College of Liberal Arts Anthropology -- Music (must choose an option) Art (must choose option) -- Philosophy Communication (must choose option) -- Political Science English (must choose option) -- Legal Reasoning Criminal Justice -- Psychology Dance -- Screenwriting Film Studies -- Sociology French -- Spanish History -- Theatre Arts Linguistics

Accepted Minors: 

Accepted Minors College of Business Accounting CIS Economics General Business Management Marketing

Accepted Minors: 

Accepted Minors College of Education—require admission to the teacher education program Secondary Education Bilingual Education Early Childhood Education College of Health Science Speech Language Pathology

Accepted Minors: 

Accepted Minors College of Science Biology Chemistry Geology Mathematics Physics

Accepted Minors: 

Accepted Minors Interdisciplinary Minors African American Studies Asian and African Studies Chicano Studies Humanities Latin American and Border Studies Military Science Religious Studies Russian and Post-Communist Studies Translation and Interpretation Urban Studies Women’s Studies

Teacher Certification: 

Teacher Certification All-levels Certification Available in Art and Music Secondary Education Dance English Electronic Media & Print Media (Journalism) Communication Studies (Speech) History (with or without Social Studies Composite) Mathematics Theatre Arts Spanish French

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