Spring 2023 Courses

Visit the Registrar’s  Online Course Schedule for official University course information, including flags, prerequisites, course availability, and more.

General Inquiries

Myra Gibbs

Course Manager

myra@austin.utexas.edu

Live-Streaming Courses

Work within the discipline of a set class time. Lectures are streamed live to your computer, and include class activities, discussions and interviews with experts in the field. Attend class by logging into the class website through  Canvas during scheduled class times. Visit the 24/7 test stream to test your computer and network connection before classes start.

ACC 310F Foundations of Accounting – WB

TTH 11:00 - 12:30pm

FLAG 

QR

AFR 320C | RIM 320C | HIS 365G | MAS 320C Power and Place: Making Texas History – WB

MW 11:30 - 1:00pm

CORE 

HI

FLAG 

II E CD

GOV 310L American Government – WB

MW 1:00 - 2:30pm

CORE 

GO

HIS 315L The United States Since 1865 – WB

TTH 9:30 - 11:00am

CORE 

HI

FLAG 

CD

MIS 302F Foundations of Info Technology Management – WB

MW 10:00 - 11:30am

MKT 320F Foundations of Marketing – WB

MW 2:30 - 4:00PM

MUS 307 Jazz Appreciation – WB

MW 11:30 - 1:00pm

CORE 

VP

FLAG 

CD

NTR 306 Fundamentals of Nutrition – WB

TTH 12:30 - 2:00pm

CORE 

N1

PHY 303K Engineering Physics I

TTH 2:00 - 3:30pm

CORE 

N1

FLAG 

QR
Additional Course Info

See course schedule for in-person Wednesday evening discussion sessions

PSY 301 Intro to Psychology Recast – WB

TTH 3:30 - 5:00pm

CORE 

SB

FLAG 

E

PSY 306 Intro to Human Sexuality – WB

TTH 3:30 - 5:00pm

CORE 

SB

PSY 333D Intro to Developmental Psychology – WB

TTH 9:30 - 11:00am

PSY 339 Behavior Problems of Children – WB

TTH 12:30 - 2:00pm

PSY 365D Using Behavioral Science to Reduce Inequity – WB

TTH 2:00 - 3:30pm

SOC 325K Criminology – WB

MW 4:00 - 5:30pm

On-Demand Courses

Work at your own pace with weekly deadlines. Classes include pre-recorded lecture segments, activities, readings, discussions and expert interviews accessed through Canvas and subject to established deadlines, but completed on your own time.

ACC 310F Foundations of Accounting – WB

FLAG 

QR

ADV 309R | PR 309 Intro to Advertising & PR Research – WB

CORE 

MA

FLAG 

QR

ADV 319 Psychology of Advertising – WB

CORE 

SB

AFR 303 | ANT 310D Intro to Black Studies – WB

CORE 

SB

FLAG 

GC E CD

ANT 302 Cultural Anthropology – WB

CORE 

SB

FLAG 

GC CD

C C 302 Intro to Ancient Rome – WB

CORE 

VP

FLAG 

GC

C C 303 Intro to Classical Mythology – WB

CORE 

VP

FLAG 

GC

COM 301E Intro to Communication Foundations – WB

E 316M American Literature

In-person discussion sessions (see course schedule for options)

CORE 

HU

FLAG 

CD

ES 333T Engineering Communication

MWF various timeslots

FLAG 

Wr E

FR 317C Enhancing French Skills

Various MW timeslots

FR 406 Introductory French I – WB

FR 407 Introductory French II – WB

FR 412K Intermediate French I – WB

GOV 312L US National Security – WB

TH 11:00 - 12:30pm

CORE 

GO

GOV 336M Governments and Politics of Russia – WB

FLAG 

GC

GOV 350K Statistial Analysis in Pol Science – WB

FLAG 

QR

GOV 360F Global Governance – WB

GOV 371U Politics and Film – WB

GOV 374N Political Internship – WB

FLAG 

II

LAT 506 First Year Latin I – WB

LAT 507 First Year Latin II – WB

MIS 302F Foundations of Info Technology Management – WB

MKT 320F Foundations of Marketing – WB

PSY 120R R Programming for Behavioral Sciences – WB

PSY 309 Personality – WB

PSY 317L Introduction Statistics for Behavioral Sciences – WB

CORE 

MA

FLAG 

QR

PSY 352P Psychopathology – WB

Additional Course Info

Mandatory online exams 7:00-8:30pm Mondays: January 30, February 27, April 3, and April 24.

PSY 364 Intro to Clinical Psychology – WB

PSY 364T Multicultural Psychotherapy – WB

PSY 420M Psychological Methods/Statistics

FLAG 

Wr QR II

RUS 406 First Year Russian I – WB

W 9:00 - 10:00am via Zoom

RUS 407 First Year Russian II – WB

W 11:00 - 12:00pm via Zoom

RUS 412K Intermediate Russian I – WB

W 1:00 - 2:00pm via Zoom

Core Key:

GO American and Texas Government

HI United States History

HU Humanities

MA Mathematics

N1 Natural Science and Technology, Part I

N2 Natural Science and Technology, Part II

SB Social and Behavioral Sciences

VP Visual and Performing Arts

Flag Key:

CD Cultural Diversity in the United States

E Ethics

GC Global Cultures

II Independent Inquiry

QR Quantitative Reasoning

Wr Writing

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