In the microbiology program at Texas State, we learn about the different types of microorganisms, their biology, where they are found, their interactions with humans, and the interactions of microorganisms with each other and the environment.
Across the globe, the demand for graduates with knowledge of international business, cultural and area studies, and international relations continues to increase.
The major in mass communication blends both theoretical and technical principles and concepts.
The McCoy College of Business Administration is a student centered learning community dedicated to sharing values, knowledge, and skills that enable students to compete responsibly and successfully in a global business environment.
The BBA degree in Finance at Texas State University allows students to choose courses that fit their desired career path: managerial (corporate) finance, investments, international finance, banking, real estate, or financial planning.
Students interested in a major in Computer Information Systems (CIS) are interested in business and/or computers and solving problems. A major in CIS includes both business courses and technology courses.
The purpose of the ESS program is to provide the highest quality educational experiences and opportunities to undergraduates preparing for professional careers in a variety of physical education settings.
This program provides preparation for performance and studio teaching careers.
Chemistry is the central science and the study of chemistry provides the essential knowledge needed to address many of society’s most pressing needs, such as feeding, clothing, and housing the peoples of the world
This program prepares students for challenging careers in a variety of business, non-profit, and governmental organizations.
The Construction Program has been in existence since 1984, with the Mission of producing highly educated and motivated professionals for the construction industry.
The BS with a major in Electrical Engineering is designed to provide students with the mathematics, science, management, engineering, and applications skills needed to work in the various industries.