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Take Your Education to the Next Level

With a vast and diverse industry pool and a business-friendly environment, North Texas continues to grow at the rapid pace of one person every five minutes. Our labor force is now the nation’s fourth largest with more than 3.5 million people. With constant growth over the past two decades, higher education attainment has become pertinent in our region. North Texas is home to 33 colleges and universities, and the large majority of them have implemented large-scale graduate programs to ensures that our expanding labor force is well-educated.

Texas A&M University-Commerce has diligently worked to create a variety of graduate-level programs to meet the needs of the North Texas workforce. They offer master’s, doctoral, post-baccalaureate, specialist, graduate certificate, and teacher’s certification programs designed to fit any career, lifestyle or interest.

Texas A&M University-Commerce is hosting a 2015 Grad Expo on Tuesday, November 3rd at 4:30 p.m. at Eastfield College. This event is aimed at those interested in pursuing graduate-level certifications or degrees. The university’s faculty and staff will be well represented at the event and available to speak about various programs. The details shared at the Grad Expo will include available programs for commuter sites and  online students, applications requirements and coursework expectations along with the multiple methods of funding assistance available to graduate students.

To register or receive more information on the Texas A&M-Commerce 2015 Grad Expo, click here.

Event Details

Texas A&M-Commerce 2015 Grad Expo

Tuesday, November 3rd, 4:30-7 p.m.

Eastfield College

3737 Motley Drive, Mesquite, TX

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