Who We Are
Extended Campus brings together continuing and professional education offerings from programs across The University of Texas at Austin. We connect you to industry leaders and top faculty to enhance your professional development and growth.
The mission of the Extended Campus at The University of Texas at Austin is to enhance the university’s impact by expanding access to a first-class education to a broad range of students in order to promote lifelong learning while addressing economic and workforce development needs in Texas and beyond.
A Message from Leadership
Welcome to Extended Campus at The University of Texas at Austin!
I am pleased to welcome you to the Extended Campus—our gateway to the many continuing and professional education programs that UT has to offer. I am proud of the work that has gone to making The University of Texas a top-tier source of lifelong career-focused learning opportunities.
I know you have a lot of options when considering continuing and professional education offerings. What sets Extended Campus apart is our commitment to bringing the expertise of our university community to enhance your life and career goals. The University of Texas is one of the premier public universities with world-class researchers and an innovative approach to teaching.
I hope you find a program at Extended Campus that aligns with your professional goals and expands your horizons, and we hope to see you in class soon!
Art Markman, Vice Provost for Continuing and Professional Education and New Education Ventures
Meet the Leadership Council
To fulfill this mission, we have brought together a team of dedicated and visionary leaders to coordinate and improve our continuing and professional education programs across campus.
Professor and Chair
Director of Course Development
Director, Office of Professional Development
Soo Young Reih
Professor and Associate Dean for Education in School of Information
Assistant Dean for Continuing Legal Education
Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Graduate Education
Chief Operating Officer
Assistant Dean for Graduate Programs
Assistant Professor, Department of Medical Education & Director of Continuing Medical Education
Professor and ChairCollege of Natural Sciences
Director of Course DevelopmentLiberal Arts ITS
Vice ProvostExtended Education Ventures
Assistant DirectorHuman Dimensions of Organizations
Director, Office of Professional DevelopmentSchool of Social Work
Associate DeanMcCombs School of Business
Soo Young Reih
Professor and Associate Dean for Education in School of InformationSchool of Information
Assistant Dean for Continuing Legal EducationSchool of Law
Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Graduate EducationMoody College of Communication
Chief Operating OfficerExtended Education Ventures
Assistant Dean for Graduate ProgramsSchool of Nursing
DirectorCollege of Pharmacy
Assistant DeanThe Graduate School
ProfessorDepartment of Educational Leadership and Policy
Assistant Professor, Department of Medical Education & Director of Continuing Medical EducationDell Medical School
A Longhorn History of Excellence
For more than a century, Extended Campus programs have helped the university serve the people of Texas, developing innovative solutions to the challenges of the day, preparing for the future and expanding access to the university’s resources and experts.
We were born in 1909 to "increase the usefulness of the University to the people of Texas." Throughout our history, campus-wide collaboration has resulted in innovations and cutting-edge delivery to serve students and their communities. Visionaries tackled barriers to education with offerings that evolved from by-mail correspondence into 24/7 online courses.
Extended Campus Today
Our exceptional faculty and UT resources are the stars of our programs. Our instructors have real-world experience and literally “practice what they teach.” We facilitate for-credit and non-credit professional and continuing education for more than 75,000 students, a number that is accelerating as workforce needs expand.
Our Vision, Your Future
As the world changes in unforeseen ways, our forward-looking education teams anticipate workforce and economic demands to provide sought-after skills just being imagined. By focusing on the future, we serve our thriving Texas community and its employers as well as our diverse community of learners.