Graduate students at The University of Texas at Austin who wish to change majors must apply to do so.
Please complete the appropriate application for admission.
Visit the website for the program you are interested in applying to.
- Texas McCombs MBA
- Masters in Business Analytics
- Masters in Finance
- Masters in Health Care Transformation
- Masters in Information Technology and Management
- Masters in Marketing
- Masters in Professional Accounting
- Masters in Technology Commercialization
Pay the Application Fee
Students submitting an application to transfer from a program in the Graduate School to one in the Graduate School of Business (or vice versa) must pay the regular application fee.
If you are changing majors within the Graduate School or within the Graduate School of Business and have not been enrolled in that school for one long semester or more, a readmission application fee of $65 is required.
An application fee is not required for currently enrolled students changing majors within the school where they are currently enrolled (the Graduate School or the Graduate School of Business). If you are currently enrolled and you are asked to pay the application fee, do not make a payment. Please indicate that you will pay outside the application system and do not make a payment through What I Owe or UT Direct. If you inadvertently pay the application fee, we will be unable to process a refund.
Submit Official Transcripts
If you have been enrolled for at least one long semester, you will be billed the $20 fee for your UT Austin transcript. The bill will be posted to your MyStatus page within 72 hours of submission. Do not request an official paper transcript from the Office of the Registrar directly. We will be unable to use that document in the processing of your application and you will still be billed the $20 transcript fee via your MyStatus. You do not need to furnish transcripts from other institutions if the work has already been posted to your permanent university record unless you entered the university prior to 1974. If, however, you have attended another senior college or university since you were last enrolled at the university, you must provide an official transcript for evaluation in addition to the transcripts on file.
Non-UT Austin transcripts should be uploaded via the Document Upload System.
Complete guidelines for uploading transcripts are available in Instructions for Uploading Transcripts, a downloadable guide.
Submit Test Scores
Consult the graduate program to which you are applying to see if there are any departmental test score requirements you must meet. If you have previously received a waiver of the GRE/GMAT requirement but are applying to transfer to a program that requires the GRE or GMAT, you will be required to submit an official test score.
Complete Departmental Requirements
All programs have additional requirements that you must complete before they will consider your application for change of major. Check with the program to which you are applying prior to submitting the application form for instructions on what additional supporting documents will be required.
Most will allow you to upload additional required materials such as a resume/CV or statement of purpose via MyStatus.
If the program to which you are applying requests recommendation letters, you will need to enter your recommenders information as you fill out the application form. You can monitor the status of the requests through the Online Recommendation System. If the program to which you are applying does not want you to submit recommendation letters, please leave the recommender section of the application form blank.
MyStatus offers applicants secure, individualized information from initial application submission to the final admission decision and beyond. Use it to track the receipt of submitted application materials, to upload required supporting documents, to confirm that your application file is complete, and to get your decision.
After you submit your online application, you’ll receive an email (within 2-3 days) that will provide you with MyStatus login information.
Use it often—it’s the only way you’ll know if items are missing from your application file.