Programs and Courses
Complete Your Bachelor’s Degree Online
Perhaps you started college but didn’t finish your bachelor’s degree. You already know that a college degree can provide you with more choices in the job market, better benefits, and higher pay. Now you can complete that degree via one of the following programs.
Finish@UT is a fully online bachelor’s degree completion program designed to help you advance in your career, achieve your personal academic goals, and meet your standards of quality education. With the Finish@UT degree from UT Arlington, you are able to choose areas of concentration that meet your interests and career objectives. As a UT Arlington graduate of the Finish@UT program, your diploma will come from an accredited UT institution and have the same value as if it were completed as an on-campus degree program.
You can also complete a bachelor’s degree online in Criminology and Criminal Justice, or work toward a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Nursing, a Master’s degree or certificate in Education, a Master of Public Administration (MPA), and graduate degrees in Engineering.
Many individual UT Arlington classes are available completely online. On-campus courses may use Blackboard, a Web-based learning management system (LMS), for study materials, discussion groups, tests, and more. See how Blackboard might be used in your class. Online courses are listed in the Schedule of Classes. See Finding Online Courses for help identifying online courses.
UT Arlington Core Courses
UT Arlington is committed to ensuring that students take a common core of courses during their tenure at the institution. These courses are central to any career you might choose, since they provide basic skills, perspectives and knowledge. Most of UT Arlington’s Core Courses are available online. Check the list of Online Core Courses for current offerings.
UT System Online Consortium
Every semester, thousands of students choose online learning with UT institutions as an option to expand their educational opportunities. The majority of the programs offered by UT institutions can be completed entirely online. Any exceptions will be noted on the program information pages.
Some programs lead to a degree, endorsement, or certificate conferred by the participating institution, while others are a grouping of courses. Online courses follow a semester-based schedule.
All UT institutions are accredited by the The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.