Utexas Blackboard – University of Texas at Austin or UT is a state research university as well as the flagship institution of The University of Texas System. Formerly, the university was known as The University of Texas founded in 1883. The university is located in Austin, around 1 mile from the Texas State Capitol. It has the fifth-largest single-campus enrollment in the nation and it produced more than 50,000 undergraduate and graduate students as well as having 24,000 faculty and staff. It’s also known as the Public Ivies, a university that provides a quality of education comparable to those of the Ivy League.
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Utexas Blackboard has eighteen colleges and schools as well as one academic unit. The colleges and schools include Cockrell School of Engineering (1894), Dell Medical School (2013), College of Education (1905), College of Fine Arts (1938), College of Liberal Arts (1883), College of Natural Sciences (1883), College of Pharmacy, Continuing Education (1909), Graduate Studies (1910), Jackson School of Geosciences (2005), LBJ School of Business (1922), Moody College of Communication (1965), School of Architecture (1948), School of Law (1883), School of Nursing (1976), School of Social Work (1950), and School of Undergraduate Studies (2008).
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Utexas Blackboard also offers more than 100 undergraduate and 170 graduate degrees. There were 13,215 degrees awarded to students in 2009-2010 academic year. Then, the university has eight honors programs include Liberal Arts Honors, the Business Honors Program, the Turing Scholars Program in Computer Science Engineering Honors, the Dean’s Scholars Program in Natural Sciences, the Polymathic Scholars Program in Natural Sciences and the interdisciplinary Plan II Honors program. Furthermore, UT Austin consistency ranks one of the top public universities in the country. It was ranked 45th among all universities nationally based on U.S. News and World Report. In addition, the School of Architecture was ranked second among national undergraduate programs in 2012.