University of Tampa

The University of Tampa has offered its students exceptional learning experiences in a global
context since 1931. Committed to supporting each student’s development and success, it recruits
and promotes faculty of the highest credentials and levels of excellence, thus creating a
supportive campus environment and engaging the larger community and world.

FOUR-COLLEGE MODEL

In 2007 UT undertook to provide a small-school ambience despite rapid growth – the Four-College
Model. Each of these colleges is headed by a dean who reports to the provost and vice president
for academic affairs. The four colleges are:

College of Arts and Letters
Sykes College of Business
College of Natural and Health Sciences
College of Social Sciences, Mathematics and Education

The Four-College Model allows each academic area to have a greater sense of identity and gives
students and faculty an academic home. The model also reduces red tape and fosters strong
connections with the local community and helps create new and innovative programs.

INTERDISCIPLINARY PROGRAMS

Apart from the four colleges, UT offers five major interdisciplinary areas that funnel students,
faculty and resources from across the colleges and curriculum:

Graduate and Continuing Studies: - coordinates the entire universitys' programs for adult and
part-time learners.

Baccalaureate Experience: - supports the liberal arts core required of all undergraduate students.

International Programs: - oversees study abroad programs, international majors and certificates
and services for international students.

Honors Program: - offers tutorials, courses, and undergraduate research experiences for high
achieving UT students.

Macdonald-Kelce Library: - houses more than 300,000 volumes, a variety of study spaces and an
large amount of electronic resources that support both faculty and students as well as the
curriculum.

ACADEMIC SERVICES

Working from the Provost’s Office, the associate provost and dean of academic services icarries
out the University’s academic standards and requirements and has the oversight of the following
areas: - Academic Advising, Academic Center for Excellence, Baccalaureate Experience, Media
Services, and Military Science.


STUDENT-FOCUSED LEARNING

Scholars, authors and teachers from around the world compose UT’s distinguished faculty. In the
2008-09 UT’s 250 full-time faculty members presented or published more than 200 articles, books,
papers, exhibitions and other scholarly or artistic items.

Whether they teach mostly graduate courses or travel oversees to present their research, UT
professors always keep their students at the core of their work. They also emphasize actively
engaging students in studying abroad, service learning, internships, and their own research.

GRADUATE DEGREES
Master of Business Administration
Concentrations:
Entrepreneurship
Finance
Information Systems Management
Innovation Management
International Business
Marketing
Nonprofit Management
Executive MBA Master of Science in Accounting
Master of Science in Finance
Master of Science in Marketing
Nonprofit Management
Master of Education
Master of Arts in Teaching
M.S. in Instructional Design and Technology
Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing
Master of Science in Nursing
Family Nurse Practitioner
Adult Nurse Practitioner

UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS

Accounting
Advertising and Public Relations
Allied Health
Medical Sciences
Occupational Therapy
Physical Therapy Services
Art (Fine)
Athletic Training
Biochemistry
Biology
Business
Molecular
Organismal and Evolutionary
Chemistry
Chemistry/MBA Joint Degree
Communication
Criminology
Digital Arts
Economics
Education (Elementary)
Education (Physical Education K-12)
Education (Secondary Biology)
Education (Secondary English)
Education (Secondary Mathematics)
Education (Secondary Social Sciences)
English
Entrepreneurship
Environmental Science
Exercise Science
Film and Media Arts
Finance
Financial Services Operations and Systems
Forensic Science
Government and World Affairs
American Government
Law and Government
World Affairs
Graphic Design
History
International Business (Accounting)
International Business (Economics)
International Business (Entreprenuership)
International Business (Finance)
International Business (Management)
International Business (Marketing)
International Business (MIS)
International and Cultural Studies
Journalism
Liberal Studies
Management
Management Information Systems
Marine Science (Biology)
Marine Science (Chemistry)
Marketing
Mathematical Programming
Mathematics
Music
Music Education
Music Performance
New Media Production
Nursing (BSN)
Nursing (RN to BSN)
Performing Arts
Philosophy
Psychology
Public Health
Behavioral
Public Policy and Social Change
Wellness
Sociology
Spanish
Sport Management
Theatre
Writing
Undeclared

MINOR DEGREES

Accounting
Advertising and Public Relations
Communication
Criminology
English
Entrepreneurship
Finance
Graphic Design
International Business
Liberal Studies
Management
Management Information Systems
Marketing
New Media Production
Psychology
Sport Management
Writing

PRE-PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS
Allied Health
Art Therapy
Biology
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Pre-Dentistry
Pre-Law
Pre-Medicine
Pre-Optometry
Pre-Pharmacy
Pre-Podiatry
Pre-Veterinary Medicine

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

Arts Administration and Leadership
European Studies
French
German
International Studies
Italian
Spanish
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages