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Tarleton State University eCampus

Tarleton State University - e-Campus Online Degrees (Member of The Texas A&M University System)

Overview

Tarleton State University offers the value of a Texas A&M University System degree with its own brand of personal attention, individual opportunities, history, traditions and real community. 

The online degree programs at Tarleton allow working students the opportunity to earn a degree while maintaining their professional and personal obligations. Students who have the desire, organizational skills, time management skills, and self discipline will find the online bachelor's completion programs and master's degree programs an excellent route to obtain a degree.

With national recognition in the College of Business Administration and the College of Agriculture and Environmental Science, Tarleton is known for quality education with a small school atmosphere online. Students receive the same personal attention, faculty instruction, and strong sense of community online as they would in the classroom.

Tarleton offers the resources of a major public university, as well as faculty experts with extensive university and industry experience—all with the personal attention, warmth and faculty interaction expected from a smaller college - even online. 

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Want to take face-to-face classes?

Students who live within the specific counties listed below will be classified as a student at one of our outreach campus locations and may take face-to-face classes at the campus. Students assigned to one of these locations who are enrolled in an online program will be assessed an online course fee per course based on the associated degree program.  This fee is to allow the delivery and ensure the quality of The University's Distance/Distributed Education Programs.

Stephenville

  • Erath County
  • Comanche County
  • Eastland County
  • Hood County
  • Palo Pinto County
  • Hamilton County
  • Somervell County

Southwest Metroplex Center

  • Tarrant County
  • Parker County
  • Johnson County

Waco

  • McLennan County
  • Hill County

Midlothian

  • Dallas County
  • Ellis County

Or find out more information about our Southwest Metroplex, Waco, and Midlothian locations! 
Students living near these areas are able to take face-to-face classes as needed.

Quick Facts

General Information
Founded 1899
Joined A&M System 1917
Colors Purple and White
Mascot Texan Rider
Accreditation Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
Campus Life
Student / Faculty Ratio 20 to 1
Students Come From 220 Texas counties, 41 states, and 24 foreign countries
Finances
Estimated Cost per Academic Year** $12,700.50
2012-2013 Operating Budget $139.84 million
State of Texas Economic Impact $311 million
Academics
Online Undergraduate Degree Programs 9
Online Graduate Degree Programs 9

**Total estimate includes tuition fees for 15 hours per semester for Distance Learner classification. Ranks among the most affordable public four-year universities in Texas.

Tarleton ranks in the Top 25% for 6 Yr Graduation Rate and in the Bottom 25% for Tuition and Related Costs


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