Education Guide: A list of Central Texas colleges and universities

Austin Community College
Tuition: $67 per credit hour plus fees for Texas residents for 2016-17*
Enrollment: Spring 2017 credit enrollment: 39,284 credit students
Most notable programs: varies by program
Most notable programs: biology, business administration, computer science, criminal justice—law enforcement, engineering, general studies—arts, general studies—science, health, premedical, psychology
4400 College Park Drive, Round Rock
www.austincc.edu
Twitter: @accdistrict


Baylor Executive MBA and Executive Healthcare MBA
Tuition: $17,200 per semester ($86,000 total for 2017-19 executive MBA program), $17,800 per semester ($89,000 total for 2017-19 executive MBA—health care program)
Enrollment: 19 (executive MBA), 8 (executive MBA—health care)
Prerequisites: none (executive MBA), experience in health care industry (executive MBA—health care)
3107 Oak Creek Drive, Ste. 240, Austin
www.baylor.edu/austinemba
Twitter: @bayloremba


Concordia University Texas
Tuition: $30,600 annually for traditional undergraduate enrollment (does not include room and board); $460 per credit hour for Adult Degree Program; $460 per credit hour undergraduate online program; $680 per credit hour for Master of Business Administration evening program and $560 per credit hour for MBA online; $525 per credit hour for master of education; $775 per credit hour for doctor of education; $450 per credit hour for Master of Science in nursing for fall 2016
Enrollment: 2,700 for fall 2016
Most notable programs: business administration, nursing, kinesiology, biology and communications for fall 2016
Prerequisites: high school grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale; SAT combined math and verbal score of 1020 or  ACT composite score of 22
11400 Concordia University Drive, Austin
www.concordia.edu/admissions
Twitter: @concordiatx


Huston-Tillotson University
Tuition: $12,262 (tuition 2016-17), $2,084 (required fees 2016-17)
Enrollment: 1,012 for 2016-17
Most notable programs: business administration, kinesiology, psychology, criminal justice, education
Prerequisites: varies depending on major
900 Chicon St., Austin
www.htu.edu • Twitter: @HustonTillotson


Southwestern University
Tuition: $40,560 (2017-18)
Enrollment: 1,515 for 2016-17
Most notable programs:  biology, business, communication studies, education, psychology
Prerequisites: mid-50 percile SAT score, 1130-1350 based on new recentered SAT score, academic performance, standardized testing, writing, extracurriculars, leadership and recommendations all considered
1001 E. University Ave., Georgetown
www.southwestern.edu
Twitter: @southwesternu


Temple College at East Williamson County Higher Education Center
Tuition: $89 per credit hour (in district), $159  per credit hour (out of district), $331 per credit hour (out of state or foreign); tuition includes the general, use and technology fees (2016-17)
Enrollment: Hutto: 401, Taylor: 350 (spring 2017)
Most notable programs: associate degree in general studies, business, criminal justice, emergency medical services and nursing
Prerequisites: TSI requirements must be complete unless waived or exempt. TSI is the Texas Success Initiative, a state-legislated program that is designed to improve a student’s success in college.
EWCHEC Hutto—1600 Innovation Blvd.
www.templejc.edu, www.ewchec.net/hutto
EWCHEC Taylor—2600 S. First St.
www.ewchec.net/taylor
Twitter: @templecollege


Texas A&M Health Science Center in Round Rock
Tuition: $17,786 (resident), $30,886 (nonresident for academic year 2016-17 MD program); $290.93 per credit hour (resident), $731.33 per credit hour (nonresident BSN program) for 2016-17
Enrollment: spring 2017: 41 nursing, 123 MD program
Most notable programs: College of Medicine MD program, College of Nursing second-degree BSN program for 2016-17
Prerequisites: at least 90 semester credit hours (or equivalent quarter hours) at an accredited college or university in the U.S.; preferably a baccalaureate degree by time of enrollment; 47 semester hours of prerequisite undergraduate coursework with at least a grade of C; MCAT must have been taken no earlier than five years before the expected date of enrollment (MD program); passage of HESI Admissions Assessment Exam, Nursing CAS Application and completed core curricula with a minimum grade of C (second-degree BSN program) for 2016-17
3950 N. A.W. Grimes Blvd., Ste. S211A, Round Rock
www.tamhsc.edu
Twitter: @tamhsc


Texas A&M University—Central Texas
Tuition: $382.29 (undergraduate resident), $822.90 (undergraduate nonresident), $415 (graduate resident), $831.20 (graduate nonresident) for 2016-17
Enrollment: spring 2017: 2,718
Most notable programs: bachelor’s of business administration, management; Bachelor of Science, psychology for
2016-17
Prerequisites: varies by major; and as the institution is an upper-level university, freshman and sophomore coursework must be transferred in
1600 Innovation Blvd., Hutto
www.tamuct.edu
Twitter: @tamuct


Texas State Technical College in Williamson County
Tuition: $93 per semester credit hour plus $46 per credit hour designated tuition rate (academic courses for Texas residents); $115 per semester credit hour plus $46 per credit hour designated tuition rate (technical courses for Texas residents); $137 per semester credit hour plus $46 per credit hour designated tuition rate (welding technical courses for Texas residents—Tier 1 tuition); $290 per semester credit hour plus $46 per credit hour designated tuition rate (for non-Texas residents) for 2016-17
Enrollment: 251 (spring 2017)
Most notable programs: welding, industrial maintenance, cyber security
Prerequisites: high school diploma, or, if transferring, college transcripts; or State of Texas Official Certificate of High School Equivalency or GED; unless exempt or waived, students must take the Texas Success Initiative assessment before enrolling at TSTC for 2016-17
1600 Innovation Blvd., Hutto
www.tstc.edu
Twitter: @tstcproud


Texas State University
Tuition: $258.33 per credit hour (tuition), $730.07 (tuition and fees, fall 2016)
Enrollment: 38,808 (spring 2017)
Most notable programs: curriculum and instruction, health and human performance, journalism and mass communication, psychology, art and design, nursing at Round Rock campus (2014-15)
Prerequisites: SAT reading: 513, SAT math: 515, ACT composite test average: 23 for fall 2016
601 University Drive, San Marcos
1555 University Blvd., Round Rock
www.txstate.edu
Twitter: @txst


University of Texas at Austin
Tuition: $1,448-$1,663 (in state), $5,144- $5,895 (out of state, fall 2016)
Enrollment: 51,331 for 2016-17
Most notable programs: economics, biology, electrical engineering, business, mechanical engineering
Prerequisites: online application, application fee, two essays, high school transcript (if applicable), college transcripts (if applicable), high school coursework information, SAT or ACT test scores, further prerequisites vary by department
110 Inner Campus Drive, Austin
www.utexas.edu
Twitter: @utaustin






This guide represents a selection of not- for-profit institutions in the area. It is not meant to be comprehensive. For a full list visit communityimpact.com.



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