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The purpose of this guide is to define the subject of Citations and inform students, faculty, and our community of the many types of resources and search methods available to facilitate study, be it scholarly research or personal interest.
In your academic and professional journeys, there will be cause to use citations. These are simply organized methods of indicating the source of your information. This guide includes the three main methods of citing sources: American Psychological Association (APA), Modern Language Association (MLA), and Chicago/Turabian. If you are in classes, please consult your professor if you are unsure which method they would like you to use.
In addition, this guide includes the method that our UT Dallas Special Collections department prefers if you are citing something from their collections. For additional information regarding Special Collections, please visit Special Collections
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Remember to always consult your professors before writing a paper. This chart is by no means exhaustive and should not be taken as the end-all for your citation style. It merely serves as a suggestion if you are given the option of choosing your own citation style.
|Accounting||APA||Information Technology and Management||APA|
|Actuarial Science||Turabian, AMS||Information Technology and Systems||APA|
|American Studies||APA, MLA, Chicago||Innovation and Entrepreneurship||APA|
|Applied Cognition and Neuroscience||Turabian, AMA||Interdisciplinary Studies||APA, MLA, Chicago, Turabian|
|Applied Sociology||APA, ASA||International Management Studies||APA|
|Art History||MLA, Chicago||International Political Economy||APA, APSA|
|Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication||APA, MLA, Chicago||Justice Administration and Leadership||APA|
|Audiology||AMA||Latin American Studies||APA, MLA, Turabian|
|Bioinformatics and Computational Biology||Turabian||Management Science||APA|
|Biology||Turabian, AMA, CSE||Marketing||APA|
|Biomedical Engineering*||APA||Master of Business Administration||APA|
|Biotechnology||APA||Materials Science and Engineering*||APA|
|Business Analytics||APA||Mathematics Education||APA|
|Chemistry||Turabian, ACS||Mechanical Engineering*||APA|
|Child Learning and Development||APA||Molecular and Cell Biology||Turabian|
|Cognition and Neuroscience||APA||Molecular Biology||Turabian|
|Cognitive Science||APA||Neuroscience||APA, Turabian|
|Communication Disorders||APA, AMA||Philosophy||MLA, Chicago, Turabian|
|Communication Sciences and Disorders||APA, AMA||Physics||Turabian|
|Computer Engineering*||APA||Political Science||Chicago, APSA|
|Computer Science*||APA, Turabian||Political Science - Constitutional Law Studies||APSA, Blue Book, Maroon Book|
|Criminology||APA||Political Science - Legislative Studies||APSA, Blue Book, Maroon Book|
|Economics||APA, Turabian||Psychological Sciences||APA|
|Energy Management||APA||Public Affairs||APA|
|Financial Engineering and Risk Management||APA||Public Policy and Political Economy||APA, APSA|
|Geosciences||APA, Turabian||Science Education||APA|
|Geospatial Information Sciences||APA||Social Data Analytics and Research||APA|
|Global Business||APA||Sociology||APA, ASA|
|Healthcare Leadership and Management||APA||Software Engineering*||APA|
|Healthcare Management||APA||Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology||AMA|
|Historical Studies||MLA, Chicago||Supply Chain Management||APA|
|History||MLA, Chicago||Systems Engineering and Management (ECS)*||APA|
|History of Ideas||MLA, Chicago||Systems Engineering and Management (JSOM)||APA|
|Human Development and Early Childhood Disorders||APA||Telecommunications Engineering*||APA|
|Human Resource Management||APA||Visual and Performing Arts||MLA, Chicago, Turabian|
|Humanities||MLA, Chicago, Turabian|
If your major is not on this list, please email me.
*While most engineering journals and organizations use APA formatting for citations, there are the occasional people or organizations that will require IEEE citation style.