Summer Session I Starts
Monday, June 2 at TAMIU
Get ahead this summer with summer classes at Texas A&M International University. Summer Session I starts Monday, June 2.
Tuition and fees are due Friday, May 30.
Late registration, with fees applied, is underway through Tuesday, June 3.
Summer Session II starts Monday, July 7.
Register now for classes and reap the benefits of a University degree.
According to a study released earlier this year by the U.S. Census, adults with a master’s degree or higher earned four times more than those with less than a high school diploma—about $82,000 compared to $21,000. Those with a bachelor’s degree earned about $57,000 and those with a high school diploma earned about $31,000.
The study also found that overall, 86 percent of adults have at least a high school diploma and 29 percent have at least a bachelor’s. Also, 52 percent of Asians 25 and older have a bachelor’s degree or more, compared with 32 percent of non-Hispanic whites, 19 percent of blacks and 13 percent of Hispanics.
TAMIU now offers 78 undergraduate, graduate or doctoral degrees.
The University’s growing academic inventory is directed by four colleges: College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business Administration, College of Education and the College of Nursing and Health Sciences.
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