For detailed official information see The UT School of Biological Sciences Undergraduate Program page.Undergraduate Microbiology Course Descriptions
Links of Interest to Undergraduates
- Graduation with Special Honors in Microbiology Graduation with University Honors
- Dean's Honors List
- Natural Sciences Career Services Office
Natural Sciences Career Services provides career guidance and planning for students through individual assistance, workshops, outreach events, a resource library, and on-campus recruiting. Employers benefit from a large student database of qualified candidates for referrals and on-campus interviews.
- Health Professions Office
The role of the HPO is to provide UT students with the information necessary to make informed academic and career decisions. Full-time counselors and part-time peer advisors are available to help you select courses to meet professional school admission requirements, advise you on health career options and alternatives, and provide you with up-to-date information about professional schools in Texas, across the country, and around the world. Counselors offer students concerned and realistic counseling and conduct workshops on topics regarding professional school application and interviewing procedures. Students interested in applying to pharmacy, medical, dental, physical therapy, occupational therapy, veterinary, osteopathic, optometry schools or other related health profession programs are invited to make an appointment with a counselor in the HPO to go over prerequisites for these programs and to discuss their goals and plans.
- Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society
Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society was established as a society for students, particularly undergraduates. It emphasizes a three-fold program: stimulation of scholarship, dissemination of scientific knowledge, and promotion of biological research. Therefore, BBB gives students the opportunity to report on their findings in the laboratory through BIOS, the journal of the society. Published since 1930, BIOS is a quarterly journal which publishes articles of interest to the society, articles written by undergraduates, and articles of general biological interest.
- Micro & Molecular Biology Students Society