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Degree Planning

Degree planning is a process - from orientation to graduation. While your advising team is here to help you along the way, we also want to make sure resources are available for you should you want to do some degree planning on your own. Below you can find blank versions of the degree checksheets we typically provide during appointments. You can also find prerequisite flowcharts, track course lists (for the majors that have tracks), 4-year planners, and additional resources. If you ever find yourself stumped regarding degree planning or progress, definitely reach out to your advisor.

 

McCombs School of Business Undergraduate Degree Plans

 Major   Catalog
     
 Accounting  2014-2016  2016-2018  2018-2020  2020-2022
 Accounting - Integrated BBA/MPA  2014-2016  2016-2018  2018-2020  2020-2022
 Canfield Business Honors  2014-2016  2016-2018  2018-2020  2020-2022
 Finance  2014-2016  2016-2018  2018-2020  2020-2022
 Finance with Accounting Minor  N/A  2016-2018  2018-2020  2020-2022
 Finance: Energy, Law & Science Track  N/A  N/A  N/A  2020-2022
 International Business - Language Skills Track  2014-2016  2016-2018  2018-2020  2020-2022
 International Business - Global Business Skills Track  N/A  N/A  N/A  2020-2022
 Management  2014-2016  2016-2018  2018-2020  2020-2022
 Management Information Systems (MIS)  2014-2016  2016-2018  2018-2020  2020-2022
 Marketing  2014-2016  2016-2018  2018-2020  2020-2022
 Science & Technology Management (STM)  2014-2016  2016-2018  2018-2020  2020-2022
 Supply Chain Management  2014-2016  2016-2018  2018-2020  2020-2022

 

Prerequisite Flowcharts

These flowcharts are meant to provide a visual resource in understanding how prerequisites and corequisites work. You can use these to make sure you are on-track to take specific classes during certain semesters as you work towards graduation.

  • Prerequisites occasionally change. You should download new versions of these every semester. 
  • If there is a conflict between these flowcharts and the course schedule, you should always follow the course schedule
  • These plans list all of the major requirements for each major, but do not list every requirement for graduation. Make sure to make use of the Interactive Degree Audit to see your overall degree progress.
  • If you find any issues with these flowcharts, please contact your academic advisor.

Flowcharts

Due to changes in the curriculum and prerequisites for the new 20-22 catalog, these flowcharts are not currently accessible. Once new ones have been finalized & approved, we will update these links.

  • Business Core
  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • International Business
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Management Information Systems
  • Science & Technology Management
  • Supply Chain

Finance Tracks

The Finance Department has created tracks to help students choose courses relevant to their area of interest. When you declare Finance as your major, you must also choose the track you'd like to follow. Each track has specific courses that will count based on your catalog. You can find the tracks and their requirements for the current catalogs below.

 Finance Tracks      
 Catalog:  2012-2014  2014-2016  2016-2018  2018-2020

Management Tracks

The Management Department has created tracks to help students choose courses relevant to their area of interest. When you declare Management as your major, you must also choose the track you'd like to follow. Each track has specific courses that will count based on your catalog. You can find the tracks and their requirements for the current catalogs below.

 Management Tracks    Check Back Later  Check Back Later  Check Back Later
 Catalog:  2012-2014  2014-2016  2016-2018  2018-2020

STM Blocks

Beginning with the 16-18 catalog, the Science & Technology Management major introduced Business Blocks. These blocks allow students to focus on an area of business they are interested in. The blocks currently available are: General, Finance, Supply Chain, and Management Information Systems.

The requirements for each block are available in the Undergraduate Catalog:

18-20 STM Block Requirements

16-18 STM Block Requirements

Pre-Med Plans

Some of our McCombs students are pursuing Pre-Med as well. In collaboration with the Health Profession Office (HPO), we created plans that include all of the McCombs requirements as well as the requirements for Pre-Med.

  • These plans are Pre-Med specific. If you are pursuing a different Pre-Health Profession, use the HPO website and talk with your academic advisor
  • These plans assume you come in with no credit and that you plan to take the MCAT junior year.
  • These plans are focused on requirements for Texas medical schools, but you should be aware that some schools have other requirements. It is important that you know and follow the requirements for the school(s) you are interested in, even if they differ from the requirements in the plans below.
 Catalog  Majors              
16-18 & 18-20 Accounting Finance International Business Management Management Information Systems Marketing Science & Technology Management Supply Chain Management
20-22 Catalog planners are being created currently. Please check back in Spring of 2021. In the meantime, work with your advisor and the Health Professions Office

 



  Freshman or Transfer First-Year Handbook The First-Year Handbooks are expanded versions of our Orientation Guides, meant to help guide you through your first year at UT Austin
  Interactive Degree Audit  Run audits as any major at UT Austin to see which requirements you've completed and which you still need
  Automated Transfer Equivalency  Find out how courses at other Texas colleges transfer to UT
  Sanger Learning Center  Offers tutoring; workshops on note taking, study skills, test taking, etc.
  Student Testing Services  Claim credit for AP, CLEP, IB, and other tests
  Syllabus Database  Find out more about a course and the instructor
  Office of the Registrar  Course schedules, registration times, tuition, final exam schedule, GPA calculator, etc.