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Math and Science Courses

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Online Math & Science Courses

Stay on track with University Extension math and science courses.

University Extension (UEX) courses can help you fulfill basic math and science course requirements at a time that fits your schedule. Courses offered by UEX provide college credit, are transferable and appear on an official UT Austin transcript. Admission is not required, but some courses have prerequisites.

Evening Classes On Campus

If attending classes on campus is an option for you, UEX's evening classroom courses may be a good fit for your busy schedule. These courses offer a traditional classroom experience and follow the university's semester calendar. They meet on the main UT Austin campus—often after 5 p.m.—just one or two nights a week. Browse all semester courses.

 

Online Courses

UEX self-paced online courses are perfect for motivated and self-directed students looking to optimize flexibility without sacrificing faculty guidance. Self-paced online courses can be started at any time and taken from anywhere you have an internet connection. You have up to five months to complete the coursework, and you can purchase additional time, if necessary.

Midterm and final exams have to be taken in person at an approved testing center, which will most often be at a nearby college or university campus. Browse all self-paced online courses.

Before enrolling in a course to satisfy a prerequisite, we encourage students to check with the school where they plan to use the course, as degree programs and requirements vary greatly within and across institutions.

 

Related Courses

ECO 304K - Introduction to Microeconomics

This course focuses on the economic behavior of consumers, firms, and workers with special attention given to the influence of markets.

ECO 304L - Introduction to Macroeconomics

Learn about aggregate economic processes such as consumption, investment, government expenditures, banking, inflation and employment.

PSY 317 - Statistical Methods in Psychology

This class is an introduction to the practical application of the use of statistics in psychology. This is not a mathematics course, but a course in knowing how and when to analyze descriptive and inferential statistics in the field of psychology.