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University of Houston offers several undergraduate degree completion programs at the UH Sugar Land Campus.

Our undergraduate degree completion programs are for students who have completed all or most of the lower-division courses which count towards the Texas Core Curriculum.  These courses may be taken on the main campus or transferred in from an area community college.  Students may transfer up to 66 semester credit hours from a community college.  Contact us for more information about transferring to the University of Houston.

University of Houston Sugar Land Campus provides students the opportunity to finish an undergraduate degree close to home by offering many of the junior- and senior-level content courses required to complete a degree.  In addition to classes offered at UH Sugar Land, students may supplement their schedules with online classes offered through various UH colleges and departments.

Undergraduate Degree Programs

Biotechnology (B.S.)

College of Technology - Department of Engineering Technology

The Biotechnology program prepares students with a strong foundation in skills that are necessary to transform our future world. The program delivers practical, hands-on training with innovative research and teaching that stimulates curious students who are eager to discover ways to contribute to the health of society and the environment.

Construction Management (B.S.)

College of Technology - Department of Construction Management

The Construction Management (CM) program provides the ultimate balance of construction, business, and engineering courses. The program emphasizes the critical skills that are highly sought in today and tomorrow’s job markets. Graduates of the CM program are prepared to enter rewarding professions such as project managers, field operations engineers, construction estimators, and construction planners.

Digital Media (B.S.)

College of Technology - Department of Information and Logistics Technology

The UH Digital Media program prepares technologically perceptive leaders for this multi-faceted and ever-changing profession. Students gain competencies in various graphic-related technologies as well as a broad background in leadership and supervision in one of the largest industries in the United States. As a graduates of the program, you will discover a broad range of options for a career in digital and video production, publishing, content marketing, social media and social networking, E-commerce, web design, and other rapidly growing areas in our evolving digital world.

Elementary Education - EC-6 Teaching & Learning (B.S.)

College of Education - Department of Curriculum and Instruction

If you are interested in teaching children from early childhood through the eighth grade or Special Education at all levels, the Bachelor of Science degree in Teaching & Learning will help you do it. This major incorporates teacher certification preparation into its curriculum through the Sugar Land Teacher Education Program.

Integrated Communication (B.A.)

College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences - School of Communication

The Jack J. Valenti School of Communication offers a concentration in Integrated Communication which provides a broad over-view of communication needed in a corporate or non-profit environment. Students in this concentration will be taught theories and principles of corporate, nonprofit and organizational communication, will be provides basic knowledge and ethical considerations of the fields of public relations, advertising and corporate communication, as well as the fundamentals of business communication.

Nursing (RN to B.S.N.)

School of Nursing

The RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing is specficially designed for registered nurses who have completed the Associate's Degree and subsequent RN licensure to advance their professional qualifications.

Nursing (Second Degree B.S.N.)

School of Nursing

The Second Degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing is designed for students holding bachelor's and master's degrees in other fields that want to become registered nurses.

Organizational Leadership and Supervision (B.S.)

College of Technology - Department of Information and Logistics Technology

The Organizational Leadership and Supervision program focuses on providing individuals with a competitive advantage when moving into leadership and supervisory roles in technology based organizations. The program investigates the rapidly changing and complex nature of leadership in organizations that use and rely on technology on a day to day basis. The OLS degree provides a long term, empowering approach to the practice of leading people rather than the short term, command and control approach to utilizing human resources.

Retailing and Consumer Sciences (B.S.)

College of Technology - Department of Human Development and Consumer Sciences

The Bachelor of Science in Retailing and Consumer Science is designed to help professionals integrate knowledge of consumers and merchandising processes and apply that knowledge to technology-based consumer practices in the fields of merchandising, technology entrepreneurship, retailing/e-tailing, sales/consumer service, and training and development.

Supply Chain and Logistics Technology (B.S.)

College of Technology - Department of Information and Logistics Technology

The Supply Chain and Logistics Technology major offers a broad array of career paths with global opportunities, with a choice of four academic tracks:- Operations, Systems Management, Global Logistics, and Directed Emphasis (specifically for transfer students from area community colleges with articulation agreements with UH).

Undergraduate Certificate Programs

Event Management and Hospitality Sales

College of Hotel and Restaurant Management - Conrad N. Hilton

The Event Management and Hospitality Sales certificate provides students with the expertise and knowledge to become a sales executive or event planner.

Speech Language Pathology Assistant

College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences - Department of Communication Disorders

The Speech Language Pathology Assistant post-baccalaureate certificate is the first program of its kind in Texas, and prepares students to provide speech and language therapy services under the supervision of a certified speech-language pathologist in a variety of work settings.