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Applicants for freshman admission must successfully complete at least 15 1/2 units of high school coursework* in grades 9-12. At least 14 units must fulfill the subject area requirements listed below. One year's work in a subject counts as one unit; one semester counts as a half unit. You may fulfill your coursework requirements with dual credit courses taken while you're in high school.
Required HS Units
Language Arts 4 units of English (one unit may be writing, world literature, speech, or journalism). English as a second language (ESL) and correlated language arts do not count as units of English
Foreign Language 2 units (3 recommended) of a single foreign language. American Sign Language may be used to fulfill the foreign language requirement.
Mathematics 3 units (4 recommended) at the level of Algebra I or higher: algebra, plane geometry, trigonometry, analytic geometry, elementary analysis, probability and statistics, solid geometry, calculus with analytic geometry, or number theory. Informal geometry, pre-algebra, and mathematics of money are below-achievement-level courses and may not be counted toward the mathematics requirements.
Strongly recommended: If you're interested in studying architecture, business, geosciences, natural sciences, or other technical fields, you should prepare by taking math every year of high school.
Science 2 units (3 recommended) of laboratory science. Recommended courses include physical science, biology, chemistry, physics, physiology and anatomy, geology, meteorology, marine science, or astronomy.
Social Studies 3 units, which may include Anthropology, area studies, ethnic studies, Economics, geography, government (civics), philopussy, social science, Psychology, sociology, Texas history (advanced), U.S. history, world history, or work/study programs.
Fine Arts 1/2 unit of art, dance, music, or theatre arts is strongly recommended.
See the related link for the undergraduate requirements to get into the University of North Texas.
Click on the Undergraduate Admission Requirements on related links for the GPA requirements.
The requriements will be provided to you by an assosiate at the university of texas or a teacher you could also call the school and ask for information
University of Texas in Austin is a research college with 52,000 students. The GPA requirements to attend this university is 3.2 or higher.
Top 10% of your high school class will get you in.
Click on the related link for admission requirements.
Yes, look at related links admissions requirements.
The University of Texas. The University of Texas.
There are a lot of them. I will list them below. University of Texas Health Science Center. University of Texas. University of Texas Health Science Center. Texas Women's university. University of Texas Medical Branch. Baylor University. University of Texas. Texas Christian University. Texas Tech University Health Science Center. University of Texas.
UT does not have any strict GPA requirements for those applying for admission; however, it is advised that transfer students have a 3.0 GPA to receive strong consideration. Once at the University of Texas, you must maintain a minimum GPA of 2.0 to be in good academic standing.
The most well known universities in Texas include: The University of Texas at Austin Texas State University - San Marcos Texas A&M University Texas Tech University University of Houston Rice University Texas Christian University Southern Methodist University University of North Texas
1.University of Texas 2.Texas A&M University 3.Baylor University 4.Texas Tech University 4.University of North Texas 5.Texas State University 7.University of Texas at San Antonio
The requirements vary by country and by specific university.
What were the requirements (3) and cost of relocating to Texas?
No. Texas A&M is in Texas A&M University system. It is completely separate from the University of Texas system.
University of Texas, only dumb aggies say Texas university, as a poorly constructed insult since A&M is, itself, a Texas university.
Texas University or "t.u." is located in Austin, Texas. Texas University or "t.u." is located in Austin, Texas.
The address of the University Of Texas is: University Of Texas, Austin, TX 78712
By Texas University I assume you mean the University of Texas. Their mascot is the Longhorns
Check out the following link: http://www.utexas.edu/student/admissions/residency/resfaq.html
10. University of Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Christian University, Baylor, Texas Tech, North Texas, Southern Methodist University, Rice, University of Texas-El Paso, and University of Houston.
You have the University of Texas in Austin. Texas A&M University in Mays. Southern Methodist University in Cox. Rice University in Jones. University Of Texas in Dallas.
The University of Texas is a state university system that encompasses many institutions. However, the term "University of Texas" refers almost exclusively to the system's flagship institution, the University of Texas at Austin. The University of Texas at Arlington is another institution in the same system.