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They say everything’s bigger in Texas, and that’s right on at least two counts: It’s the second largest state in the U.S. by both area and population. Given its size, the Lone Star State also boasts a considerable higher education system, which includes six state university systems and four independent public universities. The largest university systems are the University of Texas and Texas A&M, with the remaining four being the University of Houston, the University of North Texas, Texas State, and Texas Tech. There are also notable private institutions, including Rice University, a nationally recognized top-tier research university in Houston.

Students who attend the state’s schools are not limited to just those in the immediate area. Thanks to online colleges in Texas, such as national, for-profit institutions like the University of Phoenix, as well as distance learning programs at the state’s many public and private colleges and universities, learners the world over have an opportunity to apply. Through the Southern Regional Education Board’s “Electronic Campus,” interested students can search more than 3,400 course enrollments in subjects, ranging from engineering to business, and 18 degree programs. Each college and university listed has also pledged to meet set principles of good practice, guaranteeing a certain level of quality when you search for online college courses in Texas.

Most Affordable 4-Year Online Programs in Texas

Earning a degree from a four-year institution is a major commitment of time and money. Making room in the budget and schedule is hard enough for single twenty-somethings, it's all the more difficult for students with more extraordinary financial or familial obligations. Fortunately, those who can't complete a full-time courseload in-person now have hundreds of distance learning options to choose from.

The twenty-five colleges below are our picks for the best-value colleges and universities that offer online degrees to students in the state of Texas. Students can earn a bachelor's or master's degree from each school through a fully online or blended coursework delivery format.

  1. The University of Texas at Brownsville - Brownsville, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $4,920

    Although a relatively young school in the University of Texas network, UT Brownsville receives over 8,000 students annually. The institution, founded in 1991, offers over 21 degrees and certificates taught completely online, including specialized tracks in translation and interpreting ― one of only two such programs in the nation. For students outside of the Brownsville area, fees such as campus recreation and facility use are waived, making the program even more affordable to distance learners.

  2. University of Texas at the Permian Basin - Odessa, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $5,250

    UT Permian Basin held its first classes in 1973, with a total enrollment of forty-seven students. The school now serves over 5,000 students, and due to the recent oil boom in the area, anticipates more rapid enrollment growth in the near future. Attendees of the institution can expect well-educated faculty; 99% of tenured professors hold a doctorate degree in their field. The online degree programs lean towards Bachelors' and Masters' of Arts degrees; students have multiple education track options, including an accelerated teaching certificate program. However, not all states are approved for web-based instruction through UT Permian Basin; potential students should check before enrollment.

  3. University of Houston-Victoria - Victoria, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $5,483

    Founded in 1971, UH Victoria was the fourth school to open in the University of Houston system. However, it is a separate, distinct institution with its own accreditation. Their online learning department includes three schools: arts and sciences, education and human development and business administration. Each offers undergraduate and graduate degrees, as well as several certificate programs. Additionally, the school was recently ranked as fourth most affordable university in Texas by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, and is known for its extensive scholarship and financial aid programs for both traditional and online students

  4. University of Houston-Downtown - Houston, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $5,516

    UH Downtown, founded in 1974, is the second largest university in Houston; the urban school of 14,000 is also considered a minority-serving institution. Online course offerings include an extensive college of business; students can choose between eight different Bachelor of Business Administration degrees. Also offered are several public service degrees, such as a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. Online students have access to multiple extension campus libraries, as well as an e-book database for out-of-state students.

  5. Texas A&M University-Central Campus - Killen, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $5,653

    Originally a branch of the Tarleton State University system, TAM Central Campus became one of the newest members of the Texas A&M system in 2009. The upper division college (students must complete their freshman and sophomore years elsewhere) has a large online school with flexible options, convenient for their older-than-average student body that includes a high ratio of military-involved attendees. Those within a 30-mile radius can use extension campus support services; distance learners can access similar tools and library resources through the college's Blackboard platform.

  6. Tarleton State University - Stephenville, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $5,683

    First named John Tarleton Agricultural College in 1899, it joined the A&M system in 1917, earning university status in 1973. Its agricultural roots are reflected in present day degree offerings; traditional classroom attendees and online students alike can study agriculture from internationally recognized programs. Additionally, students of criminal justice, music and human resource management will also find online degree tracks through the university, several of which are recognized by a college ranking agency as great-value online degree programs.

  7. University of Houston-Clear Lake - Houston, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $5,730

    Originally a graduate extension campus for NASA employees at the nearby Manned Spacecraft Center, UH Clear Lake became an independent institution in 1971, offering upper division degrees in engineering and technology. It has since grown to a student body of 8,000, and as of Fall 2014, began offering classes freshman and sophomores, including through the university's web-based degree programs. Often ranked as one of the most affordable online college programs, this public institution is a good choice for distance learners, especially those pursuing a Bachelor or Master of Science, of which the school has 11 different degree options.

  8. University of Texas at El Paso - El Paso, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $5,769

    Founded in 1914, UT El Paso was originally a mining and metallurgy school, and has since grown into a large research university with a student body of over 22,000, making it the largest university in the country with a Mexican-American majority. The school offers a Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies, which can be completed either fully online or as a hybrid, designed to assist students in finishing an undergraduate degree in a flexible format. Students design their own degree and can take either traditional length or accelerated 7-week courses.

  9. Amberton University - Garland, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $5,808

    Self-titled as an 'exclusive institution,' AU requires that attendees be over twenty-one, hold a two-year degree or credit equivalent, and be fluent in English prior to enrollment. As the school targets the majority of its programs to those already in the workforce, the online course offerings are extensive and well supported; students can choose from over 20 degree programs and have access to a large web research database, as well as live chat and video conferencing with instructors.

  10. Texas A&M University-Commerce - Commerce, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $5,892

    The research university was founded in 1889, making it the fifth oldest continuously operating higher education institution in Texas – and with 12,500 students, it's the second largest in the A&M system. The school offers five entirely online bachelor's degrees with science, business and management emphasis, as well as several similar graduate degree programs; greater variety is found in their hybrid courses, which are conducted mostly online but require periodic classroom attendance. Support systems include a 24-hour troubleshooting hotline and access to online library services.

  11. Midwestern State University - Wichita Falls, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $5,921

    Established in 1922, Midwestern State University is the only public liberal arts college in Texas and is one of four institutions unaffiliated with the state university system. The school offers multiple online degree programs in nursing and health administration, as well as radiologic sciences; on-campus orientation is required before registration for those in state; out-of-state students may receive their orientation via video. Additionally, US News and World Report ranked MSU as one of the top ten public schools with the cheapest out-of-state tuition, which applies to both traditional and distance learners.

  12. Angelo State University - San Angelo, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $6,702

    A member of the Texas Tech University System, Angelo State University was founded in 1928 but did not become a higher degree granting institution until 1967. The Hispanic-serving institution features an 18:1 student to teacher ratio, and 75% of the 6,500 attendees receive at least partial financial aid. The majority of ASU's online offerings are graduate degree and certificate programs, but they do include several undergraduate options, including a bachelor's in border and homeland security.

  13. West Texas A&M University - Canyon, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $6,902

    Originally a state-funded teacher college, the West Texas branch of the A&M university system was established in 1910 with a student body of less than 200. It has grown to be a significant research university; in August 2014, the National Science Foundation awarded the college the prestigious Major Research Instrumentation grant for its achievements. WTAMU's online learning program features nine undergraduate and eight graduate degrees in a variety of fields, including several general education tracks for undecided students.

  14. Sam Houston State University - Huntsville, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $7,294

    Considered a 'Doctoral Research University' by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education, the large, urban school boasts nearly 20,000 students and is the third oldest public education institution in Texas. In addition to its 100-plus traditional degree programs, SHSU features over twenty online graduate programs, five undergraduate degrees and a fully web-based Doctor of Education in Administration. Also considered a military-friendly school, the institution offers specialized online programs to help students in active duty complete their degree.

  15. University of Texas at San Antonio - San Antonio, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $7,457

    Established in 1969 by the Texas Legislature, UTSA is home to the largest College of Business in the University of Texas system. It is also the biggest university in San Antonio, with a student body of 37,000. Online offerings include bachelor and master degree programs spanning a wide variety of fields; students also have the option to design their own through the Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies program or to receive support to finish a previously started degree through the Finish@UT program.

  16. University of North Texas - Denton, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $7,549

    Originally a private teacher's college (founded in 1890), this public research university features 34 doctoral degrees and an award-winning music department; it was the first higher education institute to include Jazz Studies into its curriculum. The majority of UNT's online offerings are graduate programs; 30-plus tracks spread over five colleges give students plenty of options; the e-learning department also has several accelerated master's degrees, which offer learners flexible enrollment dates and shorter semesters.

  17. Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi - Corpus Christi, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $7,656

    The previously private Baptist institution became a part of the Texas A&M University network in 1989; it now offers bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees to over 10,000 students. TAMUCC is also considered a Hispanic serving institution and is the only university in the nation to be located on its own island. Online offerings include programs in business, nursing, education and science; students may also take courses to supplement traditional degrees. Additionally, a special online library is available, as well as a textbook and document delivery service.

  18. Lamar University - Beaumont, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $7,714

    Considered a Doctoral Research University, Lamar has been a part of the University of Texas system since 1995. It is also a member of the Gulf Coast Cooperative Ecosystems Study Unit, an elite environmental research organization. The school of nearly 15,000 offers over thirty online options for undergraduate and graduate degrees; for those seeking a master's in the education field, LU has eleven specialized tracks to choose from. Academic support for distance learners is provided by the university through Pearson Smarthinking, a web-based tutoring database.

  19. Texas Tech University - Lubbock, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $7,811

    The large research institution was founded in 1923 and has since grown to over 30,000 students and 10 academic colleges. Texas Tech is home to the National Wind Institute, a major wind and energy research center; the university also houses a pulsed power electronics laboratory. Online offerings at the school include a large selection of science and engineering undergraduate and graduate degrees, as well as four doctoral options in psychology and education. Some tracks are exclusively web-based, others are hybrid; and many have options for both.

  20. Texas Women's University - Denton, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $7,826

    Originally named Girls Industrial College, the independent university was established in 1901; although it has been co-educational since 1972, the majority of its student body remains female. TWU is known for its occupational therapy programs, which produce the most licensed occupational therapists in the nation. Students can study this and many other health related topics online, although most medical degrees require some classroom and lab attendance. Support for nontraditional and distance learners is provided through special online office, which offers advising and other services.

  21. University of Houston - Houston, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $7,826

    As the flagship school of the University of Houston system, the public institution offers over 300 degree programs through twelve academic colleges to its student body of 40,000. It also boasts one of the only space architecture programs in the nation, as well as research centers on space exploration and artificial intelligence. Distance education offerings include a large number of graduate and certificate programs; online undergraduate degrees are limited to completion programs, meaning students must meet a minimum credit requirement or hold a two-year degree to apply.

  22. Arlington Baptist College - Arlington, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $11,000

    The private Baptist college, which is the official institution of the World Baptist Fellowship, was founded in 1939 as a missionary and pastoral training school; today, the accredited institution administers undergraduate and graduate level degrees in bible sciences, ministry, theology, counseling and education. For students seeking a religiously affiliated degree online, the school offers a bachelor's in biblical counseling. However, web-based programs are only offered to students over twenty-five; younger scholars may take supplementary online courses in the summer but must attend traditional classes to earn degree credits.

  23. Dallas Christian College - Dallas, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $11,744

    Established in 1950, the small Christian institution is accredited by the Association for Biblical Higher Education and serves a student body of 350 with nearly 100 faculty members, keeping the student to teacher ratio desirably low. The school's online degree programs are offered through their 'Flex Campus,' which provides four Bachelor of Arts tracks (all including bible education), as well as two Associate of Arts degrees. Web learners are each assigned a personal mentor and have the option to attend evening courses on campus for additional support.

  24. Wayland Baptist University - Plainview, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $12,960

    Originally Wayland Literary and Technical institute, the university became an accredited Baptist institution in 1981. The school of 8,000 offers Christian-based education in a variety of degree programs at both the undergraduate and graduate level, including an award-winning School of Music. Distance learning through the college includes two-year, four-year, and graduate programs; students can major in non-religious specific fields such as education or applied science, as well as ministry related tracks.

  25. Paul Quinn College - Dallas, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $14,600

    Paul Quinn is a private, historically black college (HBCU) founded in 1872. Affiliated with the African Methodist Episcopal Church, it is considered a faith-based liberal arts institution. The school features a 9:1 student-teacher ratio, and the majority of instructors hold high degrees in their field. PQC's online school offers a bachelor degree completion program; students can choose between entrepreneurship or management tracks. The entirely web-based curriculum includes a final project and mandatory internship to help graduates find employment.

Most Affordable 2-Year Online Programs in Texas

For those seeking an education in an affordable and accessible format, community college can be a great alternative to full-time four-year enrollment. These institutions offer two-year degrees and certificates at a lower cost and all credits earned may be applied to a bachelor's degree later down the line.

In Texas, many community colleges now offer courses and entire degrees online – giving students a convenient option to earn credits on their own schedule. Whether your ultimate goal is an associate degree, a vocational certificate or eventual enrollment in a four-year university, these schools provide a high-quality, high-value online education option.

  1. Tarrant County College District - Fort Worth, TX

    Annual in-state tuition: $2,064

    Founded in 1965, the Fort Worth based college boasts upwards of 50,000 students, with five campuses and an extensive online learning department, making it the eighth largest two-year institution in Texas. The school offers nine Associate of Science degrees through its eLearning program, as well as nine certificate options; most focus on business administration and information technology. Additionally, Tarrant County College is affiliated with the Virtual College of Texas, a collaborative organization offering supplementary courses and technical support to online community college programs in Texas.

  2. Howard College - Big Spring, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $2,256

    The school of nearly 5,000 held its first class in 1946 in what was formerly the hospital wing of the Webb air force base; it has since grown to four campuses; including the Southwest Collegiate Institute for the Deaf. The school features multiple options for distance and web-based learners; courses in general education or specific degree programs can be taken entirely online, through a hybrid/weekend program, or with supplementary televised teaching sessions. Howard's eLearning department also provides students with free technology tutorials to prepare them for taking courses and exams, as well as an online-learning readiness assessment test.

  3. Dallas Colleges Online - Multiple Locations, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $2,328

    As a network of seven individually accredited community colleges, the Dallas Community College District's Dallas Colleges Online features a large pool of degree and certificate options for online and hybrid learners. The over 50 programs available are spread across all seven campuses, so students looking for hybrid or weekend courses have multiple locations to choose from. Additionally, many of the popular and fast-filling courses are offered in 'flex-terms', meaning students can enroll at the beginning of each month, rather than wait for the following quarter.

  4. College of the Mainland - Texas City, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $2,454

    College of the Mainland is a diversity-forward institution (with free ESL classes and low-income student priority scholarships); its student body of 3,500 is half academic and half workforce training learners, as is reflected in its multiple trade-oriented fields of study. Many of these programs are offered online, including an Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice, as well as a certificate for aspiring fire officers. Resources include live chat tech support, academic advising and an 'Online Learner Workshop,' where students can receive training on how to use the school's online education database.

  5. Alvin Community College - Alvin, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $2,566

    Established in 1948, this two-year college was originally part of Alvin High School as an 11th to 14th grade post-secondary institution. It has since grown to over 4,000 students, and now offers multiple associate degree programs for online learners, including management, psychology and sociology, as well as general education. To increase student success, all enrollees must first attend an online-learning readiness course before registering for classes. Additionally, Alvin is a subscriber of the Texas Common Course Numbering System, a credit uniformity code, so coursework completed at the college will transfer to most other public colleges and universities.

  6. Panola College - Carthage, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $2,832

    The small college of 2,500 has won multiple awards for its digital achievements, most recently in 2012 for "Best Digital Community College" by the Center for Digital Education. This award is reflected in its e-learning department, which offers seven degree options and five certificates through the Canvas instruction forum; among them an Associate Degree in Nursing. Students can choose between fully online, hybrid, and interactive televised courses. However, all options require a minimum of two proctored exams, so this program is best for those who have access to one of Panola's three campuses.

  7. Amarillo College - Amarillo, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $2,898

    In 1951, Amarillo College was one of three public colleges to be the first to admit black students into undergraduate classes. Today, the college's 10,000-strong student body is spread over six campuses; four of them in the greater Amarillo area. Amarillo offers an eclectic mix of distance education formats, including fully-online courses, hybridized and enhanced courses, telecourses and two-way ITV video. Fully online learners have five Associate of Arts degree options, as well as a certificate program in Mortuary Sciences to choose from.

  8. Trinity Valley Community College - Athens, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $2,928

    Founded in 1946, the institution was originally called Henderson Valley Junior College; it became Trinity Valley Community College in 1986, named after the nearby Trinity River. It offers multiple online Associate of Science and Associate of Art degrees, designed for students with the intent to transfer to a four-year institution. The school also features web-based certificate programs in workforce education. Online learners are encouraged to apply for financial aid, as well as inter-school scholarships, which are supported from alumni and foundation grants; those who are new to e-learning have access to video tutorials and advising through the college website.

  9. Tyler Junior College - Tyler, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $3,056

    Formerly a part of the Tyler public school system, the junior college became independent in 1945, making it the flagship institution of the Tyler Junior College District. It now educates over 15,000 degree earning students annually, with 265 full-time faculty, of which 70% hold an advanced degree. Online learners have 20 programs (two-year and certificate) to choose from; classes can be taken fully online or in hybrid format. Students have access to scholarships and financial aid through the school, as well as work study and student assistant programs, which supplement tuition.

  10. Odessa College - Odessa, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $3,120

    Established in 1946, the two-year institution offers over 120 degree and certificate programs to a student body of 5,000. In 2013, it received an Award of Excellence from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board for its high retention and graduation rates. Online associate degree courses are offered in eight, fourteen and sixteen week sections for flexibility; additionally, Odessa College also guarantees transferability of all online courses to any public Texas university. Both online and traditional students have access to a large e-book library, reducing attendees' textbook fees.

  11. Lone Star College System - Houston, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $3,184

    The six-school network was founded in 1973 as North Harris County College. It has since grown to be the largest higher education institution in the Houston area, with over 90,000 students enrolled; it is also the fastest growing community college in the nation. The college offers 16 associate degrees fully online, as well as numerous certificate programs, including a core curriculum track for undecided students who intend to transfer to a four-year school. Before enrollment, all online learners must complete an in-browser orientation course on the school's website.

  12. Del Mar College - Corpus Christi, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $3,562

    First established in 1935, Del Mar College now serves the Corpus Christi area from two campuses and offers over 50 associate degree options. 14 of these programs were recently rated as 'exemplary' by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. The school offers over 100 web-based courses through the Canvas learning site; although no degree programs are specifically online; students may either supplement traditional classroom learning or a fully online degree through the Virtual College of Texas.

  13. Alamo Colleges Online - San Antonio, TX

    Annual In-State Tuition: $3,562

    Alamo Colleges Online is part of the Alamo Community Colleges District, which opened its first campus in 1925. The school has a student body of nearly 100,000, making it the second largest two-year institution in Texas. Online offerings include both transfer degrees and workforce education programs; of note are the multiple program offerings in social work and psychology, including a specialization in addiction counseling. Students have access to helpful technology resources, such as iTunesU, which supplements Alamo's Online coursework.

208 Schools in texas Match Your Criteria

  1. School Name Tuition & Fees Years Accredited Student Population School Type Degree Levels
  2. School Name

    Abilene Christian University

    Abilene, TX
    Tuition & Fees
    $26,770
    Years Accredited
    43 (1971)
    Student Population
    4,938
    School Type
    Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above
    Degree Levels
    Certificate
    Certificate (Post-Bachelors)
    Certificate (Post-Masters)
    Associates
    Bachelors
    Doctoral
    Masters
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  3. School Name

    Alvin Community College

    Alvin, TX
    Tuition & Fees
    $2,440
    Years Accredited
    55 (1959)
    Student Population
    8,250
    School Type
    Public, 2-year
    Degree Levels
    Certificate
    Associates
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  4. School Name

    Amarillo College

    Amarillo, TX
    Tuition & Fees
    $2,778
    Years Accredited
    81 (1933)
    Student Population
    14,368
    School Type
    Public, 2-year
    Degree Levels
    Certificate
    Associates
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  5. School Name

    Amberton University

    Garland, TX
    Tuition & Fees
    -
    Years Accredited
    33 (1981)
    Student Population
    2,280
    School Type
    Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above
    Degree Levels
    Bachelors
    Masters
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  6. School Name

    American InterContinental University-Houston

    Houston, TX
    Tuition & Fees
    $14,674
    Years Accredited
    5 (2009)
    Student Population
    845
    School Type
    Private for-profit, 4-year or above
    Degree Levels
    Associates
    Bachelors
    Masters
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  7. School Name

    Anamarc College-El Paso Central

    El Paso, TX
    Tuition & Fees
    -
    Years Accredited
    11 (2003)
    Student Population
    767
    School Type
    Private for-profit, 2-year
    Degree Levels
    Certificate
    Associates
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  8. School Name

    Angelina College

    Lufkin, TX
    Tuition & Fees
    $2,760
    Years Accredited
    44 (1970)
    Student Population
    7,918
    School Type
    Public, 2-year
    Degree Levels
    Certificate
    Associates
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  9. School Name

    Angelo State University

    San Angelo, TX
    Tuition & Fees
    $6,327
    Years Accredited
    78 (1936)
    Student Population
    8,042
    School Type
    Public, 4-year or above
    Degree Levels
    Certificate (Post-Masters)
    Associates
    Bachelors
    Doctoral
    Masters
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  10. School Name

    Argosy University-Dallas

    Farmers Branch, TX
    Tuition & Fees
    $12,685
    Years Accredited
    3 (2011)
    Student Population
    804
    School Type
    Private for-profit, 4-year or above
    Degree Levels
    Certificate (Post-Bachelors)
    Certificate (Post-Masters)
    Associates
    Bachelors
    Doctoral
    Masters
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  11. School Name

    Arlington Baptist College

    Arlington, TX
    Tuition & Fees
    $7,640
    Years Accredited
    33 (1981)
    Student Population
    264
    School Type
    Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above
    Degree Levels
    Bachelors
    Masters
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  12. School Name

    Arlington Career Institute

    Grand Prairie, TX
    Tuition & Fees
    -
    Years Accredited
    27 (1987)
    Student Population
    309
    School Type
    Private for-profit, 2-year
    Degree Levels
    Certificate
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  13. School Name

    Austin Community College District

    Austin, TX
    Tuition & Fees
    $7,200
    Years Accredited
    39 (1975)
    Student Population
    70,452
    School Type
    Public, 2-year
    Degree Levels
    Certificate
    Associates
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  14. School Name

    Baptist Health System School of Health Professions

    San Antonio, TX
    Tuition & Fees
    -
    Years Accredited
    9 (2005)
    Student Population
    580
    School Type
    Private for-profit, 4-year or above
    Degree Levels
    Certificate
    Associates
    Bachelors
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  15. School Name

    Baptist Missionary Association Theological Seminary

    Jacksonville, TX
    Tuition & Fees
    $4,500
    Years Accredited
    28 (1986)
    Student Population
    148
    School Type
    Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above
    Degree Levels
    Associates
    Bachelors
    Masters
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  16. School Name

    Baylor College of Medicine

    Houston, TX
    Tuition & Fees
    -
    Years Accredited
    44 (1970)
    Student Population
    1,550
    School Type
    Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above
    Degree Levels
    Doctoral
    Masters
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  17. School Name

    Blinn College

    Brenham, TX
    Tuition & Fees
    $2,952
    Years Accredited
    64 (1950)
    Student Population
    27,821
    School Type
    Public, 2-year
    Degree Levels
    Certificate
    Associates
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  18. School Name

    Brazosport College

    Lake Jackson, TX
    Tuition & Fees
    $3,315
    Years Accredited
    44 (1970)
    Student Population
    6,392
    School Type
    Public, 4-year or above
    Degree Levels
    Certificate
    Associates
    Bachelors
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  19. School Name

    Brookhaven College

    Farmers Branch, TX
    Tuition & Fees
    $2,490
    Years Accredited
    35 (1979)
    Student Population
    24,557
    School Type
    Public, 2-year
    Degree Levels
    Certificate
    Associates
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  20. School Name

    Career Point College

    San Antonio, TX
    Tuition & Fees
    $18,700
    Years Accredited
    26 (1988)
    Student Population
    1,208
    School Type
    Private for-profit, 4-year or above
    Degree Levels
    Certificate
    Associates
    Bachelors
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  21. School Name

    Cedar Valley College

    Lancaster, TX
    Tuition & Fees
    $2,490
    Years Accredited
    35 (1979)
    Student Population
    11,935
    School Type
    Public, 2-year
    Degree Levels
    Certificate
    Associates
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