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View the UT Non-Credit Fall 2020 catalog.
You must be 18 or older to register for and attend a UT non-credit course or certificate program. A notable exception is our Kids U summer camps.
UT Non-Credit Programs has canceled classroom-based non-credit courses and programs through July 31, 2020.
A limited number of non-credit courses for adults will be moved online this summer to supplement our large number of online courses and certificate programs
Please note that our staff members remain available on weekdays to respond to your phone and email messages. Contact us at email@example.com
On Your Mark, Get Set, Let's Go Online with Kids U Summer Camps
Kids U summer camps provide a wonderful opportunity for students (grades 3-12, rising) to work with UT staff, faculty, and graduate students, while exploring their interests in fields ranging from art to chemistry, creative writing to anthropology, communication skills to technology, and more!
Our 2020 camps will be offered exclusively online at a reduced price to ensure that your child has a safe, productive, and engaging summer.
to view our complete camp schedule and to register today.
For questions, call 865-974-0150.
UT Non-Credit Programs partners with EmergingEd to deliver high-impact professional development online courses in the most in-demand technology topics
We’re excited to offer new high-impact professional development online courses in Cybersecurity and Data Science, built in collaboration with EmergingEd and designed and delivered by leading industry experts. These courses will go live on June 22.
EmergingEd and UT’s online courses are knowledge- and skills-based, with offerings in the technology-forward disciplines at the forefront of the professional world today. These subjects have been chosen because of their current and projected demand in the job market, and for the rapidly-evolving nature of their technology skills and tools.
Through this partnership, we are able to deliver expert-driven, high-impact course content in the most in-demand emerging technology fields to the UT online learning community.