Graduate Catalog 2019-2020

Colleges and Departments

College of Business

The mission of the College of Business (BUS) at the University of Houston-Clear Lake is to provide quality lifelong education for the Houston/Galveston metropolitan population. Programs serve both full-time students and working professionals in the region. Instruction is designed for flexible hours and fosters development of business skills with global applicability. Faculty pursue a blend of research contributing to knowledge in professional practice, innovative pedagogy and discipline-based scholarship.

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College of Education

Building on a solid base of liberal arts and general studies, the College of Education seeks to produce thoughtful, skilled and humane educators. Numerous plans are available to help students develop into highly qualified professionals.

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College of Human Sciences and Humanities

The College of Human Sciences and Humanities is dedicated to the study of people and significant issues about the human experience. HSH fosters the liberal arts and encourages practical preparation for occupations. HSH is organized into five departments, each of which is home to individual programs; in addition, HSH offers a number of certificates and is home to the UHCL Writing Program which serves students across the university. 

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College of Science and Engineering

The College of Science and Engineering offers high quality academic degrees consistent with the role of a regional public university. Plans within the college prepare graduates to enter fields in natural sciences, mathematics, computing and computer engineering. Individuals in the college's plans are expected to develop skills in problem solving, independent study and critical thinking, and to be able to adapt knowledge to new situations and to the benefit of society. Students in these plans attain a sense of professional values and ethics as well as knowledge and skills relevant to their specific subject area. This sense of professional responsibility is essential if society is to benefit from the interfaces with advanced technology and science.

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