Texas State University opened in 1903 as the Southwest Texas State Normal School, a teachers’ college, in Texas, US, but it has now vastly expanded its areas of focus.
You can choose from 98 undergraduate degrees, 90 master’s and 12 PhD programmes. The courses are structured into colleges: Applied Arts, McCoy College of Business Administration, Education, Fine Arts and Communication, Health Professions, Liberal Arts, Science and Engineering, University College and The Graduate College.
Bachelor’s majors include accounting, advertising and mass communication, agriculture animal science, anthropology, applied arts and sciences, applied mathematics, applied sociology, art, biology, clinical laboratory science, communication disorders, computer information systems, dance, economics, education, electronic media and mass communication, English, exercise and sports sciences, French, finance, German, healthcare administration, interior design, mathematics, music, nursing, philosophy, photography, public administration, radiation therapy, wildlife biology and engineering.
Texas State University can boast of a diverse student body. A high proportion of students are from a minority background.
Texas State University is one of the largest in the state. Its 495 acres on the San Marcos campus are complemented by the Texas State Round Rock Campus, which covers an area of 101 acres. In San Marcos, a city of over 60,000, you will be able to enjoy more than 50 parks as well as the city’s night life and cultural events.