Developing fully online, self-supporting programs
Resources for UTSA faculty
Reach more students with your fully online, self-supporting program
Faculty can create courses, certificates and degree programs for 100% online students
Faculty are an integral part of why UTSA’s fully online, self-supporting programs are quickly becoming a leader in the online education space. UTSA helps faculty create new, fully online, self-supporting programs by committing to high-quality curricula, faculty support and student engagement.
The Division of Academic Innovation's Office of Online Programs works closely with academic colleges, faculty and partners to develop 100% fully online certificates and degrees that match the workforce skills needed in the San Antonio region and growing industries across the United States.
Students looking for program information for fully online programs should visit the UTSA Online website.
Meet UTSA's online students
Students enrolled in UTSA's fully online, self-supporting programs are distinct from those who seek a degree through traditional, on-campus programs. Often, these students return to finish a degree while juggling other responsibilities, including work, home life and family. UTSA's Office of Online Programs has found that these students are most successful when taking eight-week, fully asynchronous classes.
35 yrs. old
Average student age
Employed full or part-time
Are first-generation students
Are students with children
Identify as Hispanic/Latino
Shalita was worried she didn’t have the ability to pursue an advanced degree due to her busy life and career – until she found UTSA's online Master's Degree program in Facilities Management.
Felicia found an education that allowed her to care for her family and pursue her professional aspirations with UTSA's Multidisciplinary Studies Bachelor's Degree online program.