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Academic Programs

Two deans and five associate deans oversee academic programming and services at the UTSA Downtown Campus.These administrators are responsible for all academic issues including implementing division and college policies, student advising and identifying faculty needed to facilitate delivery of college programs at the Downtown Campus.

The College of Architecture, The College of Public Policy, The Department of Counseling and the Department of Educational Psychology are located at the Downtown Campus. All coursework pertaining to their degrees is available at this site. Numerous certificate programs and classes leading to degrees in other subjects are also available at the Downtown Campus.

A B.A. in Political Science can be completed in its entirety at the Downtown Campus. Follow these links to learn more about the various undergraduate and graduate programs availle at the Downtown Campus.

Colleges

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

College of Architecture

John D. Murphy, Dean
MNT 3.360, 458-3090

Architecture
Construction Science and Management
Interior Design

College of Business

Rosa Garza Girdy, J.D., Director
BV 4.310, 458-2510

Accounting
Finance
General Business
Management
Marketing

College of Education and Human Development

DTC College Office
DB 4.226, 458-2610

Interdisciplinary Studies (Education)
Mexican American Studies

College of Liberal and Fine Arts

Christopher Wickham, Associate Dean
BV 4.384, 458-2540

Communications
English
History (including American Studies)
Political Science
Psychology
Sociology

College of Public Policy

Rogelio Saenz, Dean
DB 4.228, 458-2606

Criminal Justice
Public Administration

College of Sciences

Craig T. Jordan, Ph.D. J.D., Associate Dean
FS 4.528, 458-2570, 458-5926

Biology
Mathematics

 

College

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

College of Architecture

John D. Murphy, Dean
MNT 3.360, 458-3090

Architecture

College of Education and Human Development

DTC College Office
DB 4.226, 458-2610

Counseling

  • Community Counseling
  • School Counseling
  • Counselor Education*

Education

  • School Psychology

College of Public Policy

Rogelio Saenz , Dean
DB 4.228, 458-2606

  • Applied Demography*
  • Justice Policy
  • Public Administrtion
  • Social Work

* denotes a Ph.D. program