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Special Online Courses Offered Fall 2014
The College of Liberal Arts at UT Austin is offering innovative, new online classes in government and psychology this fall.
With open registration through University Extension, YOU can earn transferable college credit without being admitted to the university.
Online Classes at UT Austin
University Extension (UEX) at The University of Texas at Austin offers open enrollment to a wide variety of self-paced online classes, which can be started anytime and taken from anywhere.
Take up to five months to complete your coursework, with the option to purchase a course extension, if you need more time.
UEX courses will transfer to almost any college or university, and the credit earned appears on a UT Austin transcript. Admission to UT Austin is not required.
Advising is available year round for anyone interested in taking advantage of UEX course options. UEX encourages you to consult with our advisor, Dr. Mike Raney.
Some Popular Self-paced Online Courses
- ANT 302 - Cultural Anthropology
- ECO 304K - Introduction to Microeconomics
- GOV 105 - Texas Government
- HED 366 - Human Sexuality
- HIS 315K - The United States, 1492-1865
- PHY 301 - Mechanics
- SOC 302 - Introduction to the Study of Society
In the Austin area?
If you live in the Austin area, you can take UEX classroom courses, on campus, in the evenings.
UEX classroom courses follow the university’s semester calendar, beginning in mid-January, early June and late August/early September. Classes meet after 5 p.m. on the main UT Austin campus. UEX classroom courses offer small class sizes and a lot of faculty interaction.
We also offer a selection of online cohort courses that are listed on the semester course list.
University Extension courses are drawn from the course inventory of The University of Texas at Austin. The University of Texas at Austin is accredited by the Commission on Colleges (COC) of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), the regional accrediting organization for eleven states in the southeastern United States, including Texas.