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UTSA's Graduate School Viewbook

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  • The UniverSiTy Of TeXAS AT SAn AnTOniO

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  • Damon Cardenas is the Fall 2011 recipient of the Louise and Michael Beldon Doctoral Scholarship, a competitive scholarship awarded each

    year to a Texas resident entering a UTSA doctoral program. Damon will enter the Ph.D. program in Biomedical Engineering, a program offered

    jointly by UTSA and the UT Health Science Center at San Antonio.

    Cardenas discovered a strong interest in the neurological basis for human paralysis while obtaining his electrical engineering degree.

    One of the most prominent issues on my mind is the occurrence of paralysis, he said. I cannot imagine what it would be like to live life unable to move my arms or legs, or worse, nothing below my neck.

    According to Cardenas, pursuing his graduate work at UTSA is appealing because of the universitys commitment to research

    excellence. Through engineering, there is the potential to change the world with the development of new technology and physical techniques,

    he said. The changes you make are typically specific to the field of engineering, and I would like to focus my research in the field of micro-imaging. The scholarship allows me the freedom to concentrate on my

    work and gives me a significant boost in my motivation and inspiration to become a successful researcher.

    Attracted by the scholarship support he was awarded, Cardenas also had personal reasons for continuing his graduate studies at UTSA.

    San Antonio has always been my home, and despite anticipating future travels through the course of my professional and educational careers, it will always be my home, he said. I come from a family who claim UTSA as their alma mater, including my parents, and I would love to contribute

    to our familys Roadrunner legacy of achievements.

    DAMON CARDENAS

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  • PAyCHECkS iNCREASE witH EDuCAtiONAccording to the U.S. Census Bureau, the following salaries are how much workers ages 18 years and over earned on average.

    EDuCAtiONAl lEvEl ANNuAl SAlARy

    No high school diploma $17,299

    High school diploma $26,933

    Bachelors degree $52,671

    Masters degree $66,754

    Doctoral degree $91,370

    UTSA is a dynamic, innovative institution with a student population of about 30,000, including over 4,000 graduate students. UTSA offers 66 undergraduate, 49 masters, and 22 doctoral programs including a new Ph.D. program in Mechanical Engineering. According to the recent Carnegie Classification profile, UTSA is considered a comprehensive doctoral and high research activity institution in South Texas. UTSA is a Hispanic-serving institution committed to providing educational opportunities to a diverse population of students. Graduate students have the opportunity to conduct research in first-class facilities with nationally- and internationally-recognized faculty members. UTSA is recognized for research excellence in a number of key areas such as energy and efficiency, health, human and social development, security and sustainability.

    UTSA is accredited by the Commission of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033-4097, telephone (404) 679-4500) to award bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees. Many of our degree programs are accredited by the most prestigious professional organizations in the country.

    UTSA offers a wide variety of masters and doctoral programs that are: Academically strong And meet the needs of a rapidly growing local and state population

    UTSA currently has masters programs in 49 areas including two new programsa Master of Arts in School Psychology and a Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning.

    Most of our graduate programs offer courses in the evenings.

    DiD you know?

    DOCtORAl PROgRAMS Anthropology

    Applied Demography

    Applied Statistics

    Biology/Cell and Molecular Biology

    Biology/Neurobiology

    Biomedical Engineering

    Business Administration Accounting Finance Information Technology Marketing Organization and Management Studies

    Chemistry

    Computer Science

    Counselor Education and Supervision

    Culture, Literacy and Language

    Educational Leadership

    Electrical Engineering

    English

    Environmental Science and Engineering

    Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning

    Mechanical Engineering

    Physics

    For more information, contact The Graduate School at (210) 458-5327 or visit our website at www.graduateschool.utsa.edu.

  • DiD you know?

    College of Architecture Architecture (M.Arch.) - Professional Degree

    Architecture (M.S.) - Research Degree

    Urban and Regional Planning (M.S.) Interdisciplinary program with the College of Public Policy

    College of Business Business Administration

    (M.B.A.) General M.B.A.

    Business Economics

    Business of Health

    Finance

    Information Assurance

    Information Systems

    Management of Technology

    Management Science

    Marketing Management

    Project Management

    Real Estate Finance

    Tourism Destination Development

    MBA in International Business

    Executive M.B.A.

    M.B.A. Online

    5 year Professional Accounting Program (150 hour program leading to Master of Accountancy degree MACY)

    Master of Accountancy

    Applied Statistics (M.S.)

    Construction Science and Management (M.S.)

    Economics (M.A.)

    Finance (M.S.)

    General or Concentration in Real Estate Finance

    Information Technology (M.S.)

    General or Concentration in Infrastructure Assurance

    Management of Technology (M.S. MOT)

    Graduate School MAStERS PROgRAMS

    College of Education and Human Development Adult Learning and Teaching (M.A.)

    Bicultural-Bilingual Studies (M.A.)

    Bicultural-Bilingual Education

    Bicultural Studies

    Master of Arts in Teaching English as a Second Language (M.A.)

    Counseling (M.A.)

    School Counseling

    Community Counseling

    Education (M.A.)

    Curriculum and Instruction

    Early Childhood and Elementary Education

    Instructional Technology

    Education Literacy

    Special Education

    Educational Leadership and Policy Studies (M.Ed.)

    Educational Leadership (K-12 Administration) (M.Ed.)

    Higher Education Administration (Community College and 4 year Institution Administration) (M.Ed.)

    Health and Kinesiology (M.S.)

    School Psychology (M.A.)

    College of Engineering Advanced Manufacturing and Enterprise Engineering (M.S.)

    Biomedical Engineering (M.S.)

    Civil Engineering (M.S.)

    Computer Engineering (M.S.)

    Electrical Engineering (M.S.)

    Mechanical Engineering (M.S.)

    College of liberal and Fine Arts Anthropology (M.A.)

    Art (M.F.A.)

    Art History (M.A.)

    Communication (M.A.)

    English (M.A.)

    History (M.A.)

    Music (M.M.)

    Political Science (M.A.)

    Psychology (M.S.)

    Sociology (M.S.)

    Spanish (M.A.)

    College of Public Policy Justice Policy (M.S.)

    Public Administration (M.P.A.)

    Social Work (M.S.W.)

    College of Sciences Applied/Industrial Mathematics (M.S.)

    Biology (M.S.)

    Biotechnology (M.S.)

    Chemistry (M.S.)

    Computer Science (M.S.)

    Computer and Information Security

    Software Engineering

    Environmental Science (M.S.)

    Geology (M.S.)

    Mathematics (M.S.)

    Education

    Mathematics

    Physics (M.S.)

    graduate Certificates Bilingual Reading Specialist

    Certificate of Professional Development in Geographic Information Science

    Creative Writing

    Higher Education Administration

    Historic Preservation

    Keyboard Pedagogy

    Keyboard Performance

    Nonprofit Administration and Leadership

    Security Studies

    Spanish Translation Studies

    Teaching English as a Second Language

    Urban and Regional Planning

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  • tHE uNivERSity Main Campus

    Houses several new buildings which include technologically advanced classrooms and labs to conduct state-of-the-art research.

    Located on the northwest side of San Antonio with the convenience of the La Cantera and The Rim outdoor shopping centers, Six Flags Fiesta Texas, and access to apartment living with shuttle service to campus.

    The UTSA Main Library was recently renovated and includes a new computer lab, three graduate study rooms, full on-line services, and an extended array of workshops and personalized services for graduate students.

    Food services offered at convenient times for our graduate population including a full functioning Chilis Too and two Starbucks on-campus.

    Downtown Campus

    Conveniently located in the heart of San Antonio and walking distance to the River Walk, El Mercado and the downtown area.

    Hosts graduate programs in many areas that serve the San Antonio community including public policy, counseling and architecture disciplines.

    Student services and programming offered at the Main Campus are mirrored at the Downtown Campus.

    The Downtown Campus is a host to many cultural and research events throughout the year and houses the UTSA Mexico Center and the Institute for Economic Development.

    SAN ANtONiOThe countrys seventh largest city retains its small-town flavor with distinctive neighborhoods, an active downtown area and the vistas of the Texas Hill Country at