The UTSA Graduate School collaborates with UTSA's academic colleges to offer more than 120 doctoral, master's and graduate certificate programs. The school serves as the central, student-centered resource for graduate education, research and services at the university, and works with faculty, staff, students, administrators and the community to promote and support the success and development.
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PhD Degree Requirements As required by UTSA-wide regulations, the program requires students to complete a minimum of 48 hours of post-masters courses or research credit. Students must complete all coursework, research hours, and successfully defend and deposit their dissertation within 6 calendar years of the time the student enters the doctoral program, not including any leaves of absence.
The UTSA Ph.D. program in Environmental Anthropology only began in 2007. Since that time we have graduated 13 students with Ph.D.s., and we are very proud of their success. Here's where they are now: Grainne McCabe (2012), biological anthropologist - Head of Conservation Science for the Bristol Zoological Society.
The University of Texas at San Antonio’s College of Engineering offers twelve graduate degree programs and is one of the nation’s leading producers of Hispanic engineers.
The UTSA Graduate School continues to build upon higher education and encourages intellectual curiosity and creativity. In 2016, UTSA opened the Graduate Student Professional Development Center to focus on professional development and student success. The center provides graduate students with the opportunity to become leaders in industry and academia and nurtures a strong sense of community.
Main Office: MH 4.05.30. Department of Philosophy and Classics. University of Texas at San Antonio. College of Liberal and Fine Arts. One UTSA Circle.
UTSA offers online programs that are designed to fit your schedule and lifestyle. The coursework from these programs provides a personalized experience that is 100% online. Also, you may receive credit for the previous college courses that you’ve taken, which could shorten the time it takes to earn your degree and advance your career.
Course descriptions may indicate additional course fees charged for the course. For a description of each fee code, refer to the course fees table in this catalog.
The Graduate Student Success for Faculty Excellence Initiative seeks to advance graduate education at UTSA by enhancing value-added programming and postdoctoral training; recruitment, admissions and diversity; funding opportunities; graduate programs and faculty; and career outcomes. Through this initiative, the university will review all its graduate education processes to ensure they are.
The College of Education and Human Development offers a range of Master's and Doctoral programs, as well as focused Graduate Certificates. In addition, the College of Education and Human Development offers a range of Post-Baccalaureate and Graduate Educator Certification programs, and several programs prepare students for state and national licensure.
Applicants who are not currently enrolled in a graduate degree program at UTSA will be required to apply for admission to UTSA as a special (non-degree-seeking) graduate student and to indicate their intent to seek admission into a certificate program. Students who meet general UTSA admission requirements are eligible for admission to this certificate program.