TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY–CENTRAL TEXAS makes transferring into an undergraduate degree program uncomplicated, convenient, and affordable—on purpose. A&M–Central Texas is designed for people who want to build on the college credits they’ve earned at a university that will help them achieve an undergraduate degree. For those ready to pursue a graduate degree, A&M–Central Texas offers a variety of majors in arts and sciences, business administration, education, and human development.
“Although we are the most broadly diverse university in the Texas A&M University System, all of our undergraduate students began taking courses somewhere else,” says Marc Nigliazzo, university president.
“Some have been in the military, and some have begun with a community college or recently graduated from one,” Nigliazzo adds. “For them, we make sure that those college credits transfer into our undergraduate programs so that they can achieve graduation as affordably and efficiently as possible.”
Undergraduate options include thirty bachelor’s degrees, seventeen of which are offered completely online. Graduate students may choose from nineteen graduate degrees, with nine offered completely online.