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Division of Student Success

http://catalog.uta.edu/divisionofstudentsuccess/

At UT Arlington, we are committed to helping students succeed academically so that they can earn their bachelor's degrees. If you are committed to your education, we are here to help with a vast array of support resources and programs designed to aid students of all classifications.The Division of Student Success serves as the starting point to help you create the best experience possible at UT Arlington.

Art and Art History - Undergraduate Programs

http://catalog.uta.edu/liberalarts/art/undergraduate/

...for UNIV 1101 will be satisfied by the successful completion of ART 1200/UNIV 1131...

College of Business

http://catalog.uta.edu/business/

...Residency and Graduation Requirements UNIV 1101 Career Preparation and Student Success UNIV 1131 Issues in...

Biology - Undergraduate Programs

http://catalog.uta.edu/science/biology/undergraduate/

...Major Status General Information UNIV 1101 Career Preparation and Student Success UNIV 1131 Issues in...

Theatre Arts - Undergraduate Programs

http://catalog.uta.edu/liberalarts/theatre/undergraduate/

...the student shall enroll in UNIV 1101 instead of UNIV 1131. 2 All Theatre Arts...

Undergraduate Education

http://catalog.uta.edu/undergraduate/

...one of three courses (UNIV 1000, UNIV 1131 or UNIV 1101) or an equivalent course...

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering - Undergraduate Programs

http://catalog.uta.edu/engineering/mechanical/undergraduate/

...qualifications. 1 UNIV 1131 is required for students admitted as Freshman. ENGR 1101 is required...

English - Undergraduate Programs

http://catalog.uta.edu/liberalarts/english/undergraduate/

...need 2 credit hours; students who take UNIV 1101 will need 3 credit hours. 3...

Modern Languages - Undergraduate Programs

http://catalog.uta.edu/liberalarts/languages/undergraduate/

...General Core Requirements Student Success Requirement: UNIV 1101 or UNIV 1131 Major GLOBAL 2301 1441...

Linguistics and TESOL - Undergraduate Programs

http://catalog.uta.edu/liberalarts/linguistics/undergraduate/

...major department. Please note, UNIV 1131 (for Freshmen) or UNIV 1101 (for transfer students) is...

Anthropology Undergraduate Programs

http://catalog.uta.edu/liberalarts/sociology/anthropology_undergraduate/

...electives. Additional University Requirements UNIV 1131 STUDENT SUCCESS or UNIV 1101 STUDENT SUCCESS (for transfer...

Sociology - Undergraduate Programs

http://catalog.uta.edu/liberalarts/sociology/undergraduate/

...Sociology Pre-professional Courses UNIV 1131 STUDENT SUCCESS or UNIV 1101 STUDENT SUCCESS (for transfer...

Electrical Engineering - Undergraduate Programs

http://catalog.uta.edu/engineering/electrical/undergraduate/

...hours). 5 For transfer students, UNIV 1131 and EE 1101 can be substituted with EE...

UNIV 1101. CAREER PREPARATION AND STUDENT SUCCESS. 1 Hour.

A course for new transfer students that will help students transition into UTA and achieve academic and personal success through recognition of campus resources and community building. Students will discover effective ways to balance personal and career obligations with academic goals. The course will allow for the discovery of marketable skills within a chosen academic discipline and the professions associated with that program of study. Experiential learning opportunities will be discussed, including undergraduate research, leadership, international engagement, community engagement and career development. Each UNIV 1101 class section has a Peer Academic Leader (PAL), who are students that assist as a discussion leader for the class under the supervision of the instructor. PALs provide peer mentorship and work with students to take a deep dive into how critical thinking and study skills can be applied to major academic content, raise awareness and understanding of students' majors and possible career pathways, and connect students to resources on campus and school-specific activities.

UNIV-AR 1101. CAREER PREPARATION AND STUDENT SUCCESS. 1 Hour.

A course for new transfer students that will help students transition into UTA and achieve academic and personal success through recognition of campus resources and community building. Students will discover effective ways to balance personal and career obligations with academic goals. The course will allow for the discovery of marketable skills within a chosen academic discipline and the professions associated with that program of study. Experiential learning opportunities will be discussed, including undergraduate research, leadership, international engagement, community engagement and career development. Each UNIV 1101 class section has a Peer Academic Leader (PAL), who are students that assist as a discussion leader for the class under the supervision of the instructor. PALs provide peer mentorship and work with students to take a deep dive into how critical thinking and study skills can be applied to major academic content, raise awareness and understanding of students' majors and possible career pathways, and connect students to resources on campus and school-specific activities.

UNIV-BU 1101. CAREER PREPARATION AND STUDENT SUCCESS. 1 Hour.

A course for new transfer students that will help students transition into UTA and achieve academic and personal success through recognition of campus resources and community building. Students will discover effective ways to balance personal and career obligations with academic goals. The course will allow for the discovery of marketable skills within a chosen academic discipline and the professions associated with that program of study. Experiential learning opportunities will be discussed, including undergraduate research, leadership, international engagement, community engagement and career development. Each UNIV 1101 class section has a Peer Academic Leader (PAL), who are students that assist as a discussion leader for the class under the supervision of the instructor. PALs provide peer mentorship and work with students to take a deep dive into how critical thinking and study skills can be applied to major academic content, raise awareness and understanding of students' majors and possible career pathways, and connect students to resources on campus and school-specific activities.

UNIV-ED 1101. CAREER PREPARATION AND STUDENT SUCCESS. 1 Hour.

A course for new transfer students that will help students transition into UTA and achieve academic and personal success through recognition of campus resources and community building. Students will discover effective ways to balance personal and career obligations with academic goals. The course will allow for the discovery of marketable skills within a chosen academic discipline and the professions associated with that program of study. Experiential learning opportunities will be discussed, including undergraduate research, leadership, international engagement, community engagement and career development. Each UNIV 1101 class section has a Peer Academic Leader (PAL), who are students that assist as a discussion leader for the class under the supervision of the instructor. PALs provide peer mentorship and work with students to take a deep dive into how critical thinking and study skills can be applied to major academic content, raise awareness and understanding of students' majors and possible career pathways, and connect students to resources on campus and school-specific activities.

UNIV-LA 1101. CAREER PREPARATION AND STUDENT SUCCESS. 1 Hour.

A course for new transfer students that will help students transition into UTA and achieve academic and personal success through recognition of campus resources and community building. Students will discover effective ways to balance personal and career obligations with academic goals. The course will allow for the discovery of marketable skills within a chosen academic discipline and the professions associated with that program of study. Experiential learning opportunities will be discussed, including undergraduate research, leadership, international engagement, community engagement and career development. Each UNIV 1101 class section has a Peer Academic Leader (PAL), who are students that assist as a discussion leader for the class under the supervision of the instructor. PALs provide peer mentorship and work with students to take a deep dive into how critical thinking and study skills can be applied to major academic content, raise awareness and understanding of students' majors and possible career pathways, and connect students to resources on campus and school-specific activities.

UNIV-NU 1101. CAREER PREPARATION AND STUDENT SUCCESS. 1 Hour.

A course for new transfer students that will help students transition into UTA and achieve academic and personal success through recognition of campus resources and community building. Students will discover effective ways to balance personal and career obligations with academic goals. The course will allow for the discovery of marketable skills within a chosen academic discipline and the professions associated with that program of study. Experiential learning opportunities will be discussed, including undergraduate research, leadership, international engagement, community engagement and career development. Each UNIV 1101 class section has a Peer Academic Leader (PAL), who are students that assist as a discussion leader for the class under the supervision of the instructor. PALs provide peer mentorship and work with students to take a deep dive into how critical thinking and study skills can be applied to major academic content, raise awareness and understanding of students' majors and possible career pathways, and connect students to resources on campus and school-specific activities.

UNIV-SC 1101. CAREER PREPARATION AND STUDENT SUCCESS. 1 Hour.

A course for new transfer students that will help students transition into UTA and achieve academic and personal success through recognition of campus resources and community building. Students will discover effective ways to balance personal and career obligations with academic goals. The course will allow for the discovery of marketable skills within a chosen academic discipline and the professions associated with that program of study. Experiential learning opportunities will be discussed, including undergraduate research, leadership, international engagement, community engagement and career development. Each UNIV 1101 class section has a Peer Academic Leader (PAL), who are students that assist as a discussion leader for the class under the supervision of the instructor. PALs provide peer mentorship and work with students to take a deep dive into how critical thinking and study skills can be applied to major academic content, raise awareness and understanding of students' majors and possible career pathways, and connect students to resources on campus and school-specific activities.

UNIV-HN 1101. CAREER PREPARATION AND STUDENT SUCCESS. 1 Hour.

A course for new transfer students that will help students transition into UTA and achieve academic and personal success through recognition of campus resources and community building. Students will discover effective ways to balance personal and career obligations with academic goals. The course will allow for the discovery of marketable skills within a chosen academic discipline and the professions associated with that program of study. Experiential learning opportunities will be discussed, including undergraduate research, leadership, international engagement, community engagement and career development. Each UNIV 1101 class section has a Peer Academic Leader (PAL), who are students that assist as a discussion leader for the class under the supervision of the instructor. PALs provide peer mentorship and work with students to take a deep dive into how critical thinking and study skills can be applied to major academic content, raise awareness and understanding of students' majors and possible career pathways, and connect students to resources on campus and school-specific activities.