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Extended Campus at The University of Texas at Austin connects you with leading faculty at one of the nation's top public universities. Our programs are built on outstanding academic research and are designed to equip you with immediately relevant, career-advancing skills.
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Drawing on expertise from across the university, we offer programs for professionals seeking to advance in or enter a wide array of industries and fields.
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Whether you are an accomplished engineer looking to dive into cutting-edge research, an entrepreneur seeking to grow your digital marketing aptitude, or a high school administrator aiming to boost your people leadership skills, we’ve got a program for you.
Why Extended Campus?
Flexibility, Access, Expertise
From one-day courses to master’s and doctoral degrees, Extended Campus at UT Austin provides you with access to innovative education programs at one of the world’s top universities.
UT’s Master of Arts in Economics is celebrating a decade of excellence!
This program offers a rigorous and dynamic curriculum emphasizing quantitative training in economics on a flexible timeline of 10, 18 or 24-months. One-on-one advising allows you to tailor the program to your individual objectives, whether that is changing careers, advancing in your current role or seeking a PhD.
Visit the program website via the link below to learn why the MA in Economics is one of the top-ranked Economics master’s programs in the U.S.Learn more
Design, Develop, and Manage IT solutions.
The Master of Science in Information Technology and Management (MSITM) program prepares tomorrow’s IT leaders through hands-on experiences with programming and building with tech. Learn how specific technologies like blockchain, IoT and machine learning work, and how to use them to solve business problems.
As an interdisciplinary tech and business program, the MSITM provides the tools to grow and lead in a rapidly evolving field.Learn more
Dr. Jason Rosenblum is the coordinator of the Learning, Equity, Action and Design (LEAD) graduate certificate and an Assistant Professor of Instruction in UT’s College of Education.
Advocating for digital equity in every classroom.
Throughout his career, Dr. Rosenblum has explored the intersection of education, technology and social justice, with a special interest in how games can transform teaching and learning. His current research focuses on how teachers and students can best leverage innovative technology through humanizing pedagogy, and center the needs of students and their communities in the experience of learning.Learn more
UT’s Master’s in Engineering Management is one of only ten programs certified by the American Society for Engineering Management globally.
This program teaches STEM professionals how to leverage their background in science and technology while developing business acumen and leadership skills. Built for professionals who can’t afford to disrupt their career, courses are delivered flexibly with students only required to attend onsite classes two days every month.
Learn more, and discover how you can become a leader in your STEM field in as little as two years!
After working in the public and private sectors for almost two decades, Ryan Abrose knew a Master’s degree would be key to advancing his career and becoming a more effective leader.
Executive Master of Public Leadership (EMPL)
Now the Vice President of Government Relations for the largest non-profit health system in Southeast Texas, Ryan’s leadership is more impactful than ever before. He leverages the skills and experience he gained from EMPL every day to lead stakeholders while navigating the fast-changing healthcare industry.