Graduate Schools with Diverse Programs in Texas

For academic year 2019-2020, Texas A & M University-College Station offer the most number of major programs in Texas. The University of Texas at Austin and University of North Texas have the second and third most major programs inTexas after Texas A & M University-College Station. Next table shows that the top 10 Texas graduate schools having most graduate programs.
You can view the all Texas graduate schools with tuition and other academic information at Texas graduate school comparison page.
Texas Graduate Schools with Diverse Area of Study (2019-2020)
School NameTotal Number of ProgramsNumber of Online Programs Master's ProgramDoctorate ProgramsPost-Graduate Certificate Average Tuition & FeesGraduate Student Population
1Texas A & M University-College StationPublic, 4 yearsCollege Station, TX 244 programs49 programs 121 91 32 $22,196 14,936
2The University of Texas at AustinPublic, 4 yearsAustin, TX 211 programs 114 94 3 $22,966 11,028
3University of North TexasPublic, 4 yearsDenton, TX 178 programs21 programs 94 51 33 $15,384 6,866
4Texas Tech UniversityPublic, 4 yearsLubbock, TX 152 programs43 programs 96 53 3 $15,651 6,252
5University of HoustonPublic, 4 yearsHouston, TX 132 programs11 programs Not Offered 46 Not Offered $18,748 7,976
6Southern Methodist UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsDallas, TX 126 programs21 programs 83 32 11 $47,256 5,170
7The University of Texas at San AntonioPublic, 4 yearsSan Antonio, TX 116 programs 66 24 26 $25,283 4,276
8Texas State UniversityPublic, 4 yearsSan Marcos, TX 109 programs1 programs 76 11 22 $17,104 4,457
9Dallas Baptist UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsDallas, TX 101 programs41 programs 60 6 35 $19,172 1,752
10The University of Texas at ArlingtonPublic, 4 yearsArlington, TX 101 programs15 programs 58 25 18 $22,980 13,427
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