Welcome to eLearning at the University of Texas at Dallas. This site offers a chance for you to explore the university's completely online and hybrid (requiring campus visits) offerings. A course demo is available on the Online Programs webpage for you to see how a sample online course is set up. In addition, a distance education self assessment is available to help you determine if online learning is right for you. If you have any questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Is Distance Learning Right for Me?
- Prospective Student FAQ
- About UT Dallas
- Program Options
- Getting Started in Distance Learning
- Student Support
- Course Demo
- eLearning Newsletters
Distance Learning is different from traditional classroom courses. Many new distance learners are unaware of the amount of work and time involved to successfully complete a Distance Learning course. It is the student's responsibility to process and learn from the information provided by the instructor. Distance Learning requires students to work independently without a lot of interaction and prompting from the instructor.
To find out whether Distance Learning is right for you, take the self-assessment quiz.
Please visit our Prospective Student FAQ, where we've gathered the answers to our most frequently asked questions that come in from prospective students.
Find out why students have chosen to become part of one of the fastest-growing institutions in Texas. The University of Texas at Dallas offers high-quality, affordable education in a wide variety of cutting-edge programs that have national and international reputations. Read more about UT Dallas' history, mission statement, strategic plan and more on the About UT Dallas website.
UT Dallas offers Distance Learning degrees and certificates at the graduate level. To learn more about degree and certificate programs, see the Programs section.
New students and students seeking re-admission must complete the admission process prior to enrolling in a distance education course. In addition, students should take the time to become informed of tuition costs and fees, and financial aid options before applying for admission.
Advising is done in the school in which you intend to major. Additionally, many distance education degree programs have a program coordinator who can also provide advice and assistance. See our Degree Program for more information.
UT Dallas is committed to providing equal access for qualified students with disabilities to all university courses and programs.
In the Financial Aid web site you will find information about applying for financial aid, important deadlines you need to know, the various financial aid programs offered at UT Dallas, and contact information for your specific financial aid counselor.
Comet Card is the official identification card for all UT Dallas students, faculty, and staff. You have to use the identification number on the Comet Card to access UT Dallas library. You may obtain your Comet Card at the Info Depot in the Student Union, or send an email (email@example.com) to the Comet Card office requesting an ID.
Email must include:
- Complete student name
- Return mailing address (where to mail card)
- A .jpg "head shot" photo file attached to the email
- Fax a copy of Driver's License (copy must be enlarged so we can see the picture on it). The fax number is 972-883-6144.
To view a course demo from the Jindal School of Management, please click on the link below.
Page last updated on March 4, 2014 .