Minors are currently available in the following areas:
English: Literature, Writing,
Food and Nutrition
Geographic Information Science
Human Services Management
Latin American Studies
Legal Assistant Studies
Music: Composition, History, Performance
Public Administration and Nonprofit Management
Responsibility for Following Degree Requirements
Each student is responsible for understanding and following the policies outlined in this catalog and for understanding the specific degree requirements for his or her program of study. The "Academic Regulations" chapter of this catalog describes the general requirements that all students must fulfill to complete a Bachelor's degree. The "Course Listing" section describes the course requirements for each major. Although faculty and other University officials may offer advice regarding particular matters, the student must ensure that he or she understands the consequence of acting on such advice. Moreover, the student assumes sole responsibility for the consequence of creating or modifying his or her course schedule.
The Records Office is responsible for determining whether the student has fulfilled the requirements for the degree. The Record of Academic Progress (RAP) sheet is an advising aid and is not an official audit of the student's fulfillment of degree requirements.
The Office of Financial Aid is responsible for determining the student's eligibility for specific financial aid and scholarship considerations. Students are responsible for understanding that altering the course schedule may jeopardize the eligibility for these forms of financial support.
Registering For Classes
All UTC students are responsible for registering for courses. Students may register for courses after their advising session, during which they receive the advisement code. The Records Office sends to all students the date and time that their registration sessions begin to each student's MocsNet account.
Students may register online through the Student Information link in the MocsNet account. Students must know their Secure ID (SID) to access the Student Information link in MocsNet. Online registration also requires the advisement code.
Students may also register at the Records Office or the Retention and Advisement Office if they have the completed Registration Form and Closed Class Forms, with appropriate signatures. International students must register through the International Student Office and cannot register online.
Registration Limits and Excess Hours
Students may register for 20 or fewer hours each spring and fall semester without prior approval of the Petitions Committee. Students must receive advanced approval of the Petitions Committee to register for more than 20 hours.
Summer registration limits are as follows:
- 7 hours during any 5-week session
- 10 hours during any 7-week session
- 10 hours during any overlapping 5-week and 7-week sessions
- 20 hours during the entire summer term