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LBJ School Graduate Portfolio Programs

Graduate portfolio programs are opportunities for master's and PhD students to obtain credentials in a cross-disciplinary academic area while completing their degree requirements.  Graduate portfolio programs are not degree programs.  To be eligible to participate in a graduate portfolio program, students must be admitted and currently enrolled in one of the university's graduate degree programs.

Links to all of the graduate portfolio programs can be found at the Office of Graduate Studies website.  Listed below are the graduate portfolio programs in which the LBJ School participates.

  • Applied Statistical Modeling

    • Paul von Hippel
    • Chandler Stolp
  • Arts and Cultural Management and Entrepreneurship*

    • Francie Ostrower
  • Communication, Information, and Cultural Policy

    • Kenneth Flamm
    • Sherri Greenberg
    • Robert Wilson
  • Dispute Resolution

    • David Eaton
    • Sherri Greenberg
  • Energy Studies

    • David Eaton
    • Varun Rai
  • Integrated Watershed Studies

    • David Eaton
    • Sheila Olmstead
  • Interdisciplinary European Studies

    • Jamie Galbraith
    • Eugene Gholz
    • Robert Hutchings
    • William Inboden
    • Alan Kuperman
  • Nonprofit Studies*

    • Francie Ostrower
    • Sarah Jane Rehnborg
    • David Springer
  • Sustainability

    • David Eaton
    • Sheila Olmstead
  • Women’s and Gender Studies

    • Jacqui Angel
    • Cynthia Osborne
    • Victoria Rodríguez

‚Äč* LBJ School serves as home department for these two graduate portfolio programs, see additional information below.

Arts and Cultural Management and Entrepreneurship

The Portfolio in Arts and Cultural Management and Entrepreneurship is a certification program that provides students with cross-disciplinary theoretical and practical training related to the management and governance of arts and cultural organizations, and/or the business dimensions of an entrepreneurial artistic career.

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Nonprofit Studies

The Portfolio Program in Nonprofit Studies is an academic certificate program that provides an interdisciplinary approach to the study and research of philanthropy, volunteerism and nonprofit management. The program is open to all graduate-level students at The University of Texas at Austin.

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