Graduate Programs

The University of Texas at Austin offers first-class educational and research facilities. The main campus is more than 350 acres, and enrollment just under 50,000 students. With a faculty of national and international reputation, UT's academic programs and professional schools rank prominently in the top 20 in the country.

The University's outstanding library system is a rich resource for students interested in the creative process. UT Austin was ranked 12th among the best college libraries, according to the Princeton Review 2006 edition of The Best 361 Colleges. The extensive general library system also includes special Latin American, Asian, public affairs, and Middle Eastern collections, as well as nine branch libraries, including Architecture, Classics and Fine Arts. In addition to the general libraries, The University is also home to the Center for American History and the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, named one of the 32 best libraries in the world.

The newly renovated Fine Arts Library contains the city's richest holdings in music, art, theater and dance. With a collection of more than 40,000 compact discs, unique art books, musical scores, exhibition catalogs and research journals, and one of the largest historical sound recording collections in North America, the Fine Arts Library is an essential resource for those interested in the arts.

Learn How to Apply to the graduate programs in Theatre and Dance at UT Austin.

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