The Administration Building on campus at The University of Texas at Dallas UT Dallas Faculty Handbook

UT Dallas Administrative Organization

The University of Texas at Dallas is governed by the University of Texas System and its Board of Regents. Reporting to the Chancellor, President David Daniel leads his Cabinet of Vice Presidents, the Office of Strategic Planning and Analysis, and the Office of Audit and Compliance.

Reporting to the Executive Vice President and Provost are the seven schools, Graduate Studies, Undergraduate Studies, Honors Education, and the McDermott Scholars Program.

The School of Arts and Humanities

The School of Arts and Humanities offers baccalaureate programs in Art and Performance, Historical Studies, Literary Studies, Arts and Technology, and Emerging Media and Communication. Both ATEC and EMAC are among the fastest growing academic programs in the undergraduate college. Graduate programs include the Master's programs in Arts and Technology, Emerging Media and Communication, History, and a number of areas within the Humanities. The doctoral programs provide students a number of offerings in the Humanities. Dean Dennis Kratz leads the Arts and Humanities organization.

The School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences

The School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences offers baccalaureate degrees in Child Learning and Development, Cognitive Science, Neuroscience, Psychology, and Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. Master's degree programs include Applied Cognition and Neuroscience, Communication Disorders, Human Development and Early Childhood Development, and Psychological Sciences. Doctoral programs include the AUD in Audiology and the Ph.D. in Cognition and Neuroscience, Communication Sciences and Disorders, and Psychological Sciences. Dean Bert Moore leads the Behavioral and Brain Sciences organization.

The School of Economics, Political and Policy Sciences

The School of Economics, Political and Policy Sciences offers a broad spectrum of academic programs. EPPS offers the Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology, Economics, Geography, International Political Economy, Political Science, and Sociology. The School offers the Bachelor of Science in Economics, Geospatial Information Sciences (GIS), and Public Affairs. Master's degree programs include Applied Sociology, Criminology, Economics, Geospatial Information Sciences, International Political Economy, Political Science, Public Affairs, and Public Policy. Doctoral programs include Criminology, Economics, Geospatial Information Sciences, Political Science, Public Affairs, and Public Policy and Political Economy. Dean Denis Dean leads the EPPS organization.

The Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science

The Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science continues to expand its academic degree offerings with the recent addition of the Master's and Doctoral degree programs in Material Science and Engineering and the Baccalaureate and Master's degree programs in Mechanical Engineering. Other baccalaureate degree programs include Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Software Engineering, and Telecommunications Engineering. Master's degree programs include Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Science-Software Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, and Telecommunications Engineering. The Jonsson School offers doctoral programs in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Software Engineering, and Telecommunications Engineering. Dean Mark Spong leads the Erik Jonsson School organization.

The School of Interdisciplinary Studies

The School of Interdisciplinary Studies works collaboratively with the other academic units across the campus to offer coursework crossing traditional disciplinary boundaries. Additionally, IS offers baccalaureate degree programs in American Studies, Gender Studies, and Interdisciplinary Studies and a master's degree program in Interdisciplinary Studies. Dean George Fair leads the Interdisciplinary Studies organization.

The Naveen Jindal School of Management

The Naveen Jindal School of Management remains the largest of the seven academic units and boasts national ranking in the top 50 full-time MBA programs in the United States. SOM offers baccalaureate degrees in Accounting and Information Management, Business Administration, and Finance. Master's degree programs include the M.S. in Accounting and Information Management, Finance, Healthcare Management, Information Technology and Management, Management and Administrative Sciences, and Supply Chain Management; the M.A. in International Management Studies; and the MBA in Business Administration, in a variety of formats. Doctoral programs are available in International Management Studies and Management Science. Dean Hasan Pirkul leads the Naveen Jindal School of Management organization.

The School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

The School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics offers the single fastest growing undergraduate major in Biology. Other baccalaureate degree programs include Actuarial Science, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Geosciences, Mathematical Sciences, Applied Mathematics, Statistics, Molecular Biology, and Physics. Master's degree programs are available in Applied Physics, Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, Molecular and Cell Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Geosciences, Mathematics Sciences, Applied Mathematics, Engineering Mathematics, Statistics, Mathematics Education, Physics, and Science Education. The School also offers Ph.D. programs in Molecular and Cell Biology, Chemistry, Geosciences, Applied Mathematics, Statistics, and Physics. Dean Bruce Novak leads the Science and Mathematics organization.

Other Operations

Websites for the other Vice Presidents' operations are listed below for your convenience and may be accessed alternatively at http://www.utdallas.edu/administration.