The majority of online and hybrid classes at UT are credit bearing courses offered through academic departments to currently enrolled students. In order to identify all of the available online and hybrid delivery options, please review the information below and follow the appropriate directions.
Online graduate courses at UT are generally part of a Distance Education (DE) program. If you are currently enrolled in a graduate DE program and need to identify the program’s online courses, view the DE course directory.
Some DE programs allow on campus students to enroll in their DE courses, however, you should contact the department offering the course for details.
UT offers online and hybrid undergraduate courses focused on meeting the needs of the on campus student population. These courses are generally not part of a DE program and may be taken in conjunction with traditional, face-to-face classes.
If you are an on campus student not enrolled in a DE program and would like to identify available online and hybrid courses, visit the undergraduate online and hybrid course directory.
The College of Nursing offers an online RN to BSN degree, which is considered a DE program. If you are a student in the online RN to BSN program and would like to identify courses available during the term, view the DE course directory.