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Academic Programs and Centers

Three deans and two associate deans oversee academic programming and services at the UTSA Downtown Campus. These administrators are responsible for all academic issues including implementing division and college policies, student advising and identifying faculty needed to facilitate delivery of academic programs at the Downtown Campus.

The College of Architecture, Construction and Planning, The College of Public Policy, the Department of Counseling, the Department of Educational Psychology and the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies are located at the Downtown Campus. Coursework pertaining to their degrees is available at this campus.

The Downtown Campus Undergraduate Academic Advising Center includes advisors for undergraduate students majoring in Architecture, Construction Science & Management, Criminal Justice, Infancy and Childhood Studies, Interior Design, Mexican American Studies and Public Administration.

Downtown Campus Undergraduate Advising Office
Buena Vista Building (BV 1.304)

Follow these links to learn more about the various undergraduate and graduate programs available at the UTSA Downtown Campus.



College of Architecture, Construction and Planning

John D. Murphy, Dean
MNT 3.360, 210-458-3090

Undergraduate | Graduate

College of Education and Human Development

Margo DelliCarpini, Dean
DB 4.226, 210-458-2610

Undergraduate | Master's
Doctoral | Certifications

College of Liberal and Fine Arts

Steve Levitt, Associate Dean
BV 4.384, 210-458-4353

Undergraduate | Graduate

College of Public Policy

Rogelio Saenz, Dean
DB 4.228, 210-458-2606

Undergraduate | Graduate

College of Sciences

Craig T. Jordan, Ph.D. J.D., Associate Dean
FS 4.528, 210-458-2570, 210-458-5926



Academic Centers

The UTSA Downtown Campus is home to 11 academic centers among the three colleges based on campus. These centers engage with the community in various ways while conducting research to advance their fields.

The programs of the IED include the following:

Academic Centers Phone
Center for Cultural Sustainability 210-458-3178
Center for Urban and Regional Planning Research 210-458-3137
Policy Studies Center 210-458-2545
Center for Educational Leadership, Policy and Professional Development (CELPPD) 210-458-3068
Center for Research and Policy in Education N/A
Center for the Well-Being of Military Children and Families 210-458-5967
National Center for Accelerated Schools 210-458-2414
Center for Inquiry of Transformative Literacies 210-458-2649
Psychological Assessment and Consultation Center (PACC) 210-458-2845
Sarabia Family Counseling Center (SFCC) 210-458-2055
Teacher Education: Autism Model (TEAM) Center 210-458-2007