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Meeting on alternating weekends live or online, Texas MSTC students learn the business skills needed to compete in a global economy while continuing to work full-time. Launched in 1996, the Texas MSTC Program combines cutting-edge technology, entrepreneurship, and education, resulting in the creation of innovative ventures and products.
Our hands-on, real-world approach teaches students to hone their entrepreneurial prowess, allowing them to identify and evaluate technologies with market potential, develop and present business plans, and profitably launch innovative products into the market.
Graduate students at The University of Texas at Austin generally support themselves in one of the following ways: departmental aid in the form of scholarships, fellowships, and assistantships; fellowships administered by the Office of Graduate Studies; need-based financial aid administered by the Office of Student Financial Services (OSFS), and outside funding or employment.