Hispanic Outlook recognizes UTSA among nation's top 10 graduate schools for Hispanics
(April 19, 2017) -- The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) has been recognized as one of the nation's top 10 graduate schools for Hispanics by The Hispanic Outlook on Education (HOHE) Magazine. The magazine published its annual rankings in its April 2017 issue.
Every year, Hispanic Outlook magazine releases an index of the Top 25 Graduate Schools for Hispanics from two lists from the Department of Education: total graduate degrees granted and graduate student enrollment.
According to the data collected, 1,174 master's degrees awarded at UTSA in 2015 and 432 (37 percent) were awarded to Hispanic students.
The UTSA Graduate School currently offers more than 110 master's, doctoral and graduate certificate programs, including the UTSA graduate program in cybersecurity, which is ranked No. 2 in the nation, and its nationally recognized M.B.A. programs.
The Graduate School promotes and supports educational and professional development through the Graduate Student Professional Development Center, where students and alumni can network, utilize advising services and prepare for advancement in their careers.
More than 4,000 graduate students are enrolled across seven academic colleges including the College of Architecture, Construction & Planning; Business; Education & Human Development; Engineering; Liberal & Fine Arts; Public Policy and Sciences.
UTSA is ranked among the top 400 universities in the world and among the top 100 in the nation, according to Times Higher Education.
Learn more about the recognition in Hispanic Outlook on Education.
Learn more about the UTSA Graduate School.
De-stress during Finals Week with UTSA Libraries' Relaxation Stations, located at John Peace Library on the second floor, and at the Downtown Library. The Relaxation Stations will include puzzles, coloring and more from Dec. 6-Dec. 14.John Peace Library, second floor and Downtown Library, Main and Downtown Campuses
This UTSA student exhibit features the work of anthropology students who have examined the effects tourism has on local culture.UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures, Hemisfair Campus
Students from grades 9 to 12 at Brooks Academy of Science and Engineering delved into their family histories and turned their family photos into artworks.UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures, Hemisfair Campus
One of UTSA’s most memorable traditions when hundreds of Roadrunners will receive their class rings. Before the rings arrive at UTSA, however, they make a special stop to spend a night in Texas’ most iconic landmark, the Alamo.H-E-B Student Union Ballrooms (HSU 1.104/1.106), Main Campus
The first ceremony begins at 10 a.m. honors graduates from the College of Architecture, Construction and Planning, College of Business, College of Education and Human Development and College of Public Policy.Alamodome, 100 Montana St., San Antonio
At 4 p.m., the second ceremony will be held to honor graduates from the College of Engineering, College of Liberal and Fine Arts, College of Science and the University College.Alamodome, 100 Montana St., San Antonio
The annual event features authentic foods, music, dance, martial arts, shopping, games and entertainment from China, to the Indian Sub-continent, and the island nations of the Pacific. The Festival features two stages, a martial arts demonstration area, children’s hands on crafting area, anime activities, bonsai and ikebana displays, mahjong table and more.UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures, Hemisfair Campus
UTSA Day is an Open House and one of the best ways to see what it is like to be part of the UTSA Family! Schedule a visit the way you want, based on your interests and time. Learn more about the next steps on becoming a Roadrunner!Various locations, Main Campus