The university provides degrees in fields such as education, nursing, communications, business management, marketing, computer science and information systems, engineering, and other fields.
UT Tyler has nearly 6,400 undergraduates and over 2,800 postgraduates, for a student enrollment of around 9,200 overall. It has a 18-to-1 student to faculty ratio.
University of Texas at Tyler consists of a traditional College of Arts and Sciences and six professional Colleges:
- Arts and Sciences
- Business and Technology (including Computer Science)
- Education and Psychology
- Nursing and Health Sciences
- University College
The university’s 10 most popular undergraduate degree programs are the following: nursing, education, management, health and kinesiology, psychology, biology, criminal justice, mechanical engineering, accounting, and marketing.
The University of Texas at Tyler reports that its Honors Program provides intellectually rigorous, innovative education for students who seek to be challenged and stimulated by new ideas, fresh ways of thinking, and interdisciplinary opportunities. The Honors Program uses small seminar-style classes.