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The UT TeleCampus operating at the University of Texas System administration level, works with all 15 UT System institutions to build and deliver high-quality online courses, degree programs and support services for distance learners in its mission to expand the reach of the UT System.
UTTC is nationally recognized for its inter-campus collaborative degree programs and for the expansive array of student services offered in support of the distant student. UTTC offers more than 25 graduate and undergraduate programs with more than three dozen certificate and degree options; and a growing menu of professional development courses.
Completion rates in UTTC-based academic programs range from 91– 95 percent. Most graduate students are truly distant learners and busy working professionals, while most undergraduate students are taking on campus courses and need the online course for scheduling flexibility.
The main goal of the UT TeleCampus is to extend the reach of the UT System through the application of high-quality, student-centered Internet delivery to degree programs, academic courses, training, professional development, and college preparation. It adds value by assisting UT System institutions in expanding existing capacity, building new capacities, and preparing faculties to best teach in a technology-mediated environment.
As a central support unit that facilitates online education initiatives within the University of Texas System, the UT TeleCampus identifies, develops and disseminates innovative and solution-based models and best practices for effective distance teaching and learning.
The majority of the programs offered through UTTC can be completed entirely online. Some programs lead to a degree, endorsement or certificate conferred by the participating institution, while others are a grouping of courses. Online academic courses follow a semester-based schedule.