The University of Texas at Austin offers undergraduate students a wide variety of transcriptable certificates. Students should discuss certificates with their academic advisor to see how it could fit in their overall academic plan. See the 2016-2018 Undergraduate Catalog for more information on transcript-recognized certificates.
The African Studies certificate allows students to engage with scholarship on African peoples, cultures, and history through the theoretical lens of Black Studies.
The certificate in Applied Statistical Modeling equips undergraduate students with the tools necessary to understand how to apply statistics to their primary field of study.
An interdisciplinary certificate through a course of study that integrates classroom, research, and internship experiences, with interdisciplinary concentrations in 16 areas.
The Business & Public Policy (BPP) Certificate provides undergraduate students with the opportunity to have an officially recognized concentration in the study of business and public policy.
Introduces students to the fundamentals of modern business practices.
The Business of Healthcare Certificate provides students interested in a clinical, academic, or business career in this industry an overview and opportunity to understand the complexities of the US healthcare system as well as the goals and barriers for reform.
This concentration is designed for consumers and creators of messages in public contexts. It is open only to students in majors outside the Moody College of Communication.
The program offers highly qualified upper-division students an opportunity for in-depth study and research in computational science and engineering, including computational and applied mathematics, numerical simulation, scientific computation, and visualization.
Introduction to the liberal arts through the study of the great books with an integrated sequence of six courses that can also meet UT Austin general education requirements.
The Creative Writing Certificate is intended for any University student interested in advanced study of creative writing, both as reader and as writer.
Classes for non-CS majors designed to help students succeed in business, music, education, arts, media, engineering, medicine, science and beyond.
Equips students to successfully meet today's energy management challenges by training them in business, geoscience, petroleum operations and law.
The Evidence and Inquiry Certificate allows students to design an area of study shaped by questions that require evidence and methodologies outside their major. Students work with faculty and academic consultants to identify interests, map them onto academic disciplines at the University, and determine questions related to those interests that might be answerable by research that combines expertise from at least two disciplines.
Though food-related issues vary widely in focus, they are all linked by their complexity and are deeply interdisciplinary nature, each relating to topics of health and nutrition, genetics, politics, culture, the environment, economics, and business.
The Forensic Science Certificate provides an interdisciplinary perspective for students interested in careers in forensic science.
Sudents learn about the world’s geopolitical landscape and become familiar with international business structures and processes. Sudents gain managerial and problem solving skills through experiential learning techniques, including assignments you complete during an experience abroad.
The History and Philosophy of Science Certificate provides students an opportunity to gain a coherent, cross-disciplinary command of the methods and findings that the liberal arts have contributed to our understanding of the sciences.
The main goal of the indigenous studies certificate program is to encourage active intellectual and community engagement with indigenous peoples and cultures.
Aimed at supporting student's information literacy to help meet the needs of employees of the high tech, governmental, and other sectors of our economy.
Twenty-four semester credit hours of Japanese language classes including 3 upper-division hours.
The LGBTQ/Sexualities Studies Certificate recognizes lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) scholarship and acknowledges widespread faculty expertise in this field.
The certificate provides a foundation of basic competency in the fundamentals of marine science, along with specialized upper-division coursework in aquatic science.
The Pre-Health Professions Certificate assists students in preparing for post-baccalaureate, healthcare professional programs.
The Undergraduate Real Estate Certificate program (Texas URE) offers all undergraduate students at UT Austin the opportunity to tap into the real estate industry by supplementing their primary degree with an officially recognized certification in real estate.
The Certificate in Scientific Computation helps undergraduates equip themselves with the mathematical, statistical, and computer-based tools necessary to investigate complex systems in a variety of applications.
The Certificate in Security Studies recognizes students who focus their studies on international and national security affairs.
The Sports Media Certificate is designed to complement a student’s education by developing his or her proficiency and knowledge in the area of sports media.
This certificate equips students with the technical skills in the industrial and manufacturing side of supply chain logistics and the management skills in product development, process innovation and manufacturing systems engineering.
The Certificate in Textile Conservation and Museum Studies helps undergraduates equip themselves with the fiber science, exhibition planning, textile conservation, and museum management skills necessary to conserve textiles in various settings.