Academic Organization The M.J. Neeley School of Business
College of Communication
The School of Education
College of Fine Arts
AddRan College of Humanities and Social Sciences
College of Health and Human Sciences
The College of Science and Engineering
Ranch Management Program
Office of Extended Education

Overview

TCU is composed of seven academic units offering undergraduate bachelor's degrees in 98 majors. These colleges and schools also offer graduate degrees (see TCU Graduate Studies Catalog for more information). In addition, students can earn a certificate in Ranch Management or take a full range of non-credit courses through the Office of Extended Education.

While students normally concentrate their work in the school or college of their major field, they may have classes in any or all. All undergraduates will have some courses in AddRan College of Humanities and Social Sciences and the College of Science and Engineering, for a broad, liberal arts-based educational background in the humanities, natural and social sciences.

The M.J. Neeley School of Business

The M.J. Neeley School of Business prepares students to contribute to the professional world and to the larger community through emphasis on a balanced curriculum. A unified program of basic studies provides a solid knowledge base upon which students add principles of accounting, decision sciences, finance, management, marketing, and information systems and supply chain management, as well as distinct competencies that allow them to lead in the business world.

College of Communication

The College of Communication combines liberal arts studies with professional training. Within the departments of journalism, speech communication, and radio-TV-film, students learn to apply their classroom experiences. Located in the eighth largest media market in the U.S., graduates find ample opportunity to develop their skills in their desired field. Personal counseling and relatively small classes allow the faculty to give attention to the work of each student.

The School of Education

The School of Education offers programs that combine theory with practicality and offers courses focusing on teaching in a school setting, solving instructional problems, resolving ethical issues and making curricular decisions. Students learn that a teacher's role is to strengthen young people by building sensitivity and achievement. Graduates learn to expand the possibilities of what all individuals can achieve.

College of Fine Arts

The College of Fine Arts represents a vital and integral part of TCU's educational history. The College houses the School of Music and the departments of art and art history, ballet and modern dance and theatre arts. These academic programs exact an appropriate balance between professional training and liberal arts studies. Personal counseling and relatively small classes allow the faculty to give attention to the work of each student.

AddRan College of Humanities and Social Sciences

AddRan College of Humanities and Social Sciences is the center of TCU's well-developed tradition of emphasis on liberal arts. Courses in the humanities and social sciences form a major part of the core studies for all students. Degree programs within AddRan's 10 departments provide the solid liberal arts base needed for professional study toward the ministry, law, medicine, business, teaching or other related fields. Some have a professional orientation within themselves, with specialized study leading toward specific career objectives. In all of the programs, students will find flexibility and freedom balanced by structure and discipline.

College of Health and Human Sciences

College of Health and Human Services unites the Harris School of Nursing, the School of Nurse Anesthesia, and three departments -- communication sciences and disorders, kinesiology, and social work -- in an integrated unit. The degree programs offered by the College build on the excellent foundation provided by the liberal arts and sciences and prepare graduates to practice in complex and varied professional settings. Many of the courses offered in the College allow students to learn through practicing professional and clinical settings and encountering multiple and diverse disciplines, practitioners, and clients.

The College of Science and Engineering

The College of Science and Engineering provides an interdisciplinary program that bridges liberal arts studies with the technical skills the world demands. Composed of the departments of biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, geology, mathematics, nutritional sciences, physics and astronomy, and psychology, the College offers the bachelor of science degree with majors in 18 fields of study and the bachelor of arts degree with majors in 6 fields. The college also administers the bachelor of general studies degree and the pre-health professions programs (pre-dentistry, pre-medicine, pre-veterinary medicine).

Ranch Management Program

Ranch Management Program. Study in all phases of ranch management is offered through a full-time program completed in one academic year of two semesters with six courses each. The program combines intensive classroom instruction in basic principles of land, grass, livestock, records, finance and marketing with 10,000 miles of travel to study ranches, farms, feedlots, markets and experiment stations. Students are selected by interview and are admitted only at the beginning of the fall semester.

Office of Extended Education

Non-credit courses, certificate programs, professioal development workshops and selected summer institutes are coordinated through the Office of Extended Education. Non-degree admissions are also processed through this office. The mission of Extended Education is to prvide quality life-long learning opportunities for the community and to serve as an arm to link University resources with the community.

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