The Patriot Advisement Report is your official degree plan. You may access your PAR at any time from within your myUTTyler account. Go to: System Access -- Student Center -- then Academics. It will take a moment for your report to generate.
Please check your program information in the Patriot Advisement Report. It is important that your major and minor program information be correct. If you find that it is not, fortunately, the solution is simple. Just go to the Forms Library of the Registrar's site (http://www.uttyler.edu/registrar/forms/index.php) and print a Change of Major form or a Change of minor form. This form must be signed by your College Advisor, either Dr. Millett, Ms. Harding, or Ms. Carrell, and returned to the Enrollment Services Center located at ADM 230.
Sometimes the PAR will read a course under a different requirement category than it should. Fortunately, the solution for repairing this is also simple. Just contact your College Advisor (Dr. Millett, Ms. Harding, or Ms Carrell), and we can take care of most repairs.
When you enroll in your final classes, your PAR should collapse. This means that you are 'good to graduate' pending successful completion of your currently enrolled classes. If it does not collapse, please contact your College Advisor.
Earning Advanced (Upper-Level) Hours
All students earning a bachelor's degree in the College of Arts and Sciences must complete at least 42 hours at the advanced or upper-level. Upper-division courses are identified as 3000- and 4000-level courses (ie., the first digit of the course number is either a 3 or a 4). Most of your 42 upper-division hours will come from your major and minor coursework taken at UT Tyler. The balance of upper-level hours will be free electives. Be sure to reach 42 upper-division hours; completing your major and minor requirements may or may not add up to that number.
Foreign Language Requirement (B.A. Degree)
Students seeking a bachelor of arts (B.A.) degree in the College of Arts and Sciences must complete four semesters (12 hours minimum) of an approved foreign language. Students may complete this requirement by passing a written examination approved by the foreign language faculty.
Pre-Med and Pre-Dental Advising
Students who intend to pursue medical, dental or veterinary training after graduation should consult the Pre-Med Advisor for information on the appropriate undergraduate courses to take. Please visit the Pre-Professional Tracks.
General Contact Information
CAS Advising Center
Ms. Stephanie Harding
Ms. Kimberlie Carrell
Dr. Michael Millett