Spring 2014 Early Registration has ended.
Access to registration for Spring 2014 courses is closed. There will not be any waitlist movement until January 6, 2014.
Updated: November 13, 2013
Determine your Spring 2014 registration access periods by viewing your registration information sheet (RIS).
The Suggested Arrangement of Courses on the Degree Requirements page will help you determine what you need to take.
Signature Course (UGS 302/303) registration for Spring 2014:
1. Upperclassmen Signature Courses – Spring 2014 — sophomores, juniors, and seniors should call the Signature Course (SC) office at 512-471-4421 during their first registration access period in order to try to get a seat in a UGS course. The SC office will begin opening these seats on Tuesday, October 29th.
2. Students in their first year of residence at UT (new freshmen as well as new transfers) will be able to register themselves for a Signature Course and will not need to call the SC office to be added. Students in their first year at UT will see that the majority of the seats will open on Tuesday, November 5th.
Non-major interested in taking a ChE course in Spring 2014?
Please indicate your interest via this online survey: http://links.utexas.edu/cblqmmt
The Course Schedule lists courses the that will be offered each semester.
The Registar’s Office registration information page is a handy reference for all things related to registration including what to do before registering, registering for classes and then finishing registration.
Do you want to receive McKettaChE Advising text message reminders/updates? Opt in by texting @McKetta to (512) 782-0573.
The Undergraduate Office is the main source for academic and professional development of undergraduate students and provides degree planning guidance with help from faculty advisors and the undergraduate faculty advisor. The office provides resources for registration procedures, degree requirements, course prerequisites and policies and procedures.
8:30 a.m.- 11:30 p.m.
1:00 p.m.- 4:45 p.m.
Kelly McQueary, Ph.D.
- Degree planning and requirements
- Advice on policies and procedures
- Major sequence applications
- Study abroad information
Business Foundations Courses
Business Foundations Program (BFP), not currently listed on the approved technical option area course lists, or not previously approved by the Undergraduate Faculty Advisor, will not be approved to count toward the BS degree in Chemical Engineering (effective October 15, 2012)