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Welcome to Students One-Stop Center
  The Students One-Stop Center (SOSC) is an essential, one-stop, resource for Science and Computer Engineering students. This comprehensive Web-based resource is continuously growing and regularly updated to offer students access to university resources, scholarships, fellowships, cooperative education programs and Science and Computer Engineering on-campus student jobs.
Student Resources
  Freshman
Applications without college credit or with college credit prior to high school graduation.
Transfer
Applications from other colleges or universities.
  Graduate
Individuals who have earned a bachelor's degree or higher.
International
Individuals who do not hold U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status.
  Former Students
Students who have attended UHCL but, have not enrolled during the past three consecutive semesters.
Non-Degree Seeking
Individuals who are seeking admission for reasons other than the pursuit of a degree
Academic Advising
  The Office of Academic Advising connects faculty with current, prospective, and former students in the School of Science and Computer Engineering. The Academic Advisors and staff strive to ease students' transition into upper-level coursework. We help you reach your educational goals. This Office gives you the information you need to help you choose a degree program. Then we guide you through the details of the specific plan you've chosen. We answer your questions and solve problems related to university policies or procedures. Academic Advisors make sure that students meet the requirements for graduation. To learn more about Science and Computer Engineering programs suited to your individual career path, please contact Academic Advisors Dorothy Hogg or Beryl Ricard.
School of Science and Computer Engineering Has Three Divisions
Degree Programs by Division
The Division of Computing and Mathematics
The Division of Engineering
Bachelor's Degree Programs Master's Degree Programs
Undergraduate Degree Plans   
 
 
The Division of Natural Sciences
Bachelor's Degree Programs Master's Degree Programs
Undergraduate Degree Plans  SCE Deans' Scholarship
 
Specialization Areas
Specialization Area (Undergraduate)
Specialization Area (Graduate)
Certificate Programs
Undergraduate Certificates
Bachelor's Degree Programs
Teaching Certification
Students who are seeking teaching certification will follow the degree plan and certification. Please consult the School of Education (SoE) for 4-8 degree certification as well as for 8-12 degree certification. For additional information please contact SCE Office of Academic Advising.
Certificate in Biotechnology
A student may work toward a Certificate in Biotechnology, which requires the completion of at least seven biology laboratory courses at UHCL. The certificate option targets students who are working toward or have already completed a B.S. degree and wish to add course work that will be focused on the biotechnology field. Training in these laboratories will prepare students for careers in academic, industrial, biomedical, clinical, state/federal or environmental areas.
 
Graduate Certificates
How to Begin Planning Your Career
Four-year Recommended Plan of Study
The recommended plan of study provides examples pertaining to a four-year recommended plan of study for each degree offered by the School of Science and Computer Engineering. There are many possible substitutions that can be made within a semester. Contact Academic Advisors at 281-283-3711 or email sceadvising@uhcl.edu to develop your personal plan of study.
 
Two-year Course Offerings
The course offerings provides examples pertaining to a two-year course offerings for each degree offered by the School of Science and Computer Engineering. There are many possible substitutions that can be made within a semester. Contact Academic Advisors at 281-283-3711 or email sceadvising@uhcl.edu to develop your personal plan of study.
 
Undergraduate Degree Plans
The Office of Academic Advising gives you the information you need to help you choose a degree program. Then we guide you through the details of the specific plan you've chosen. We answer your questions and solve problems related to university policies or procedures. Academic Advisors make sure that students meet the requirements for graduation.
 
 
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