The University of Texas Office of Graduate Studies oversees more than two dozen graduate portfolio programs. These programs provide opportunities for development in a cross-disciplinary area of inquiry while completing the requirements for a master's degree or doctorate in a particular discipline. Completion of a portfolio program is certified on final transcripts, providing future employers with an indication of the student’s credentials in the field.
A portfolio program usually consists of four thematically related graduate courses and a research presentation. Portfolio programs in which MGPS students are often involved include Security Studies, Dispute Resolution, Nonprofit Studies and regional Area Studies. Find more information on UT's portfolio programs through the Graduate School's website.