UTA Fort Worth to offer undergraduate classes, expand service

April 21, 2017
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The University of Texas at Arlington is expanding its academic offerings in the city of Fort Worth to undergraduate students.

Beginning in fall of 2017, the newly expanded UTA Fort Worth, located in the Santa Fe building on Jones St. adjacent to downtown, will feature junior- and senior-level classes in Liberal Arts, Engineering, Social Work, Business, Nursing and Health Innovation, and Education. The location will also offer recruiting and support services to facilitate enrollment, student persistence, and success in order to fully serve Fort Worth-based college students.

In addition, UTA’s Division of Enterprise Development, one of the largest providers of professional education programming in the State, will also expand its professional course offerings through UTA Fort Worth. The division served over 40,000 students around the world in 2016 with classes and programs that improve employability by providing advanced credentials and training.

UTA Fort Worth looks forward to offering undergraduate courses in the following areas:

  • BUSINESS
  • COMMUNICATIONS
  • CRIMINAL JUSTICE
  • EDUCATION
  • ENGINEERING
  • HISTORY
  • KINESIOLOGY
  • LINGUISTICS
  • MODERN LANGUAGES
  • NURSING
  • SOCIAL WORK 

Learn more about these exciting new programs and courses here.

 

*Undergraduate offerings are pending final approval from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

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