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2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

College of Information


Effective Fall 2014, the Bachelor of Arts with a major in linguistics is housed in the College of Information.

Main Office
Discovery Park, Room E290
3940 N. Elm St.
Denton, TX 76207-7102

Mailing address:
1155 Union Circle #311068
Denton, TX 76203-5017

940-369-8164
Fax: 940-891-6773
Web site: ci.unt.edu

Herman L. Totten, Dean
Linda Schamber, Associate Dean
William E. Moen, Associate Dean for Research

 

The College of Information situates itself at the intersection of people, technology and information. Its faculty, staff and students invest in innovative research, collaborative partnerships and student-centered education to serve a global information society. The college is dedicated to serving state, regional, national and global communities by preparing information leaders and innovators; forging the creation of transformative and translational knowledge; and sharing knowledge that addresses information challenges and problems. The college’s goals are to

  • provide exemplary learning opportunities and instruction facilitated through varied formats, technology-rich environments and an accomplished faculty who embrace diversity in all college endeavors;
  • contribute leading-edge research, scholarship and creative pursuits for a global informational society; and
  • nurture the professional endeavors of faculty and staff, the university and the general public through outstanding leadership, consulting, community engagement and continuing education.

University Core Requirements and degree requirements

The University of North Texas core curriculum is listed in the “University Core Curriculum Requirements ” in the Academics section of this catalog. Each program within the college requires specific courses to satisfy particular degree requirements. Students who have questions regarding degree requirements and course requirements should consult a degree program advisor in the Department of Learning Technologies or Department of Library and Information Sciences.

Programs of study

Programs of study are listed under each department.

Department of Learning Technologies

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Department of Library and Information Sciences

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