Higher education guide: Tuition rates, enrollment numbers and more for Austin-area colleges


Austin Community College

Tuition:  $67 per credit hour (in-state), $276 (out-of-district fee), $416 per credit hour (out-of-state)
Enrollment: 41,079 (fall 2017), 38,624 (spring 2018)
Percentage of students accepted each year: 100 percent
Most popular programs: General Studies Arts and Science Programs, General Studies: Pre-Health Sciences, Business Administration, General Studies: Science, Engineering
Length of programs: varies
Prerequisites: varies

Central Austin Addresses:
Eastview Campus:
3401 Webberville Road, Austin
Highland Campus:
6101 Airport Blvd., Austin
Northridge Campus:
11928 Stonehollow Drive, Austin
Rio Grande Campus:
1218 West Ave., Austin
Riverside Campus:
1020 Grove Blvd., Austin

Website: www.austincc.edu
Twitter: @accdistrict

Baylor Executive MBA and Executive Healthcare MBA

EMBA and EMBA-Healthcare
Tuition: $17,200 per semester ($86,000 total for 2018-2020 executive MBA program)
Number of students accepted each year: 25-30 students for combined executive cohorts for executive MBA and executive MBA-health care
Length of programs: 21 months for both programs
Prerequisites needed: None (executive MBA program), experience in health care industry (executive MBA-health care)

3107 Oak Creek Drive, Suite 240, Austin

Website: www.baylor.edu/austinemba
Twitter: @bayloremba
Facebook: bayloremba

Huston-Tillotson University

Tuition: $14,346 annually (tuition), $7,568 (room and board)
Enrollment: 1,103
Percentage of students accepted each year: 82
Top intended majors: business, education, kinesiology
Length of programs: two years (associate), four years (bachelor’s), two years (master’s)
Prerequisites: high school diploma with ACT minimum score of 18 or SAT minimum score of 940 (adult-degree program includes GED as a prerequisite option)

900 Chicon St., Austin
Website: www.htu.edu
Twitter: @HustonTillotson

St. Edward’s University

Tuition: $44,678 annually (undergraduate); $1,540 per credit hour (graduate programs)
Enrollment: 3,730 (undergraduate); 506 (graduate)
Percentage of students accepted each year: 84 percent
Top intended majors: psychology, communications, biology, global studies, marketing (undergraduate); business, counseling, accounting, leadership and change, and liberal arts (graduate)
Length of programs: four years (undergraduate), 14 months-two years (graduate)
Prerequisites: high school transcript, SAT or ACT scores (undergraduate)

3001 S. Congress Ave., Austin
Website: www.stedwards.edu
Twitter: @stedwardsu

Southwestern University

Tuition: $40,560 annually
Enrollment: 1,396
Percent of students accepted each year: 43 percent
Most notable programs: biology, business, communication studies,  kinesiology, psychology
Prerequisites: mid-50 percent SAT score, 1120-1300 based on new recentered SAT score, academic performance, standardized testing, writing, extracurriculars, leadership and recommendations all considered

1001 E. University Ave., Georgetown
Website: www.southwestern.edu
Twitter: @southwesternu

Texas Health and Science University

Tuition per trimester: 5,250 for BBA. $4,320 for MBA. $5,753 for BSTCM (Bachelor of Traditional Chinese Medicine). $5,835 for MSAOM (Master of Traditional Chinese Medicine). All is applied to citizens and international students.
Enrollment: 102
Length of programs: 16 months for BBA, MBA, BSTCM. 3 years and 4 months for MSAOM

4005 Manchaca Road, Austin, TX 78704
Website:  www.thsu.edu
Twitter: @TexasHSU

Texas State University

Tuition: $10,920 annually (in-state undergraduate), $23,380 (out-of-state undergraduate)
Enrollment: 38,694 (fall 2017)
Percentage of students accepted each year: 51 percent
Top intended majors: nursing, health and human performance, biology, journalism and mass communication, curriculum and instruction
Length of programs: four years
Prerequisites: High school graduation or equivalent; SAT or ACT benchmarks with composite scores beginning at 1,000 and 20 respectively, based on school rank quartiles.

601 University Drive, San Marcos 1555 University Blvd., Round Rock
Website: www.txstate.edu
Twitter: @txst

The University of Texas

Tuition: $10,398 annually (in-state undergraduate); $36,744 (out-of-state undergraduate)
Enrollment: 51,525 (fall 2017)
Percentage of students accepted each year: 37 percent (fall 2017)
Top intended majors: business, biology, computer science, electrical engineering, biochemistry
Length of programs: four years
Prerequisites (vary by department): high school transcript, college transcript (if applicable), SAT or ACT test scores

110 Inner Campus Drive, Austin, 78705
Website: www.utexas.edu
Twitter: @utaustin

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