TAMIU Offers Flexible Scheduling,
Ongoing Entry for Grad Students
There is still time to apply for over 25 graduate programs offered at Texas A&M International University (TAMIU) thanks to the University’s newly adopted flex entry program, which offers students flexible class scheduling.
Suzanne Alford, director of Graduate Recruiting at TAMIU, said prospective students should visit the Office of Graduate Studies and Research to meet with a graduate admissions counselor and receive an admissions packet.
While all graduate courses began this week, prospective students can take advantage of another entry point for graduate students on Feb. 10, she said.
The last day to register for the next flex entry, with classes lasting 12 weeks, is Feb. 13, Alford said. Tuition and fees are due on Feb. 7.
In addition, those who want to sign up for programs in Criminal Justice, Public Administration, Political Science, and Sociology can consider additional class start dates, Alford said.
“Students who wish to register for these programs can check specific class schedules by visiting uonline.tamiu.edu,” she said.
Various entry points for graduate programs and registration times are as follow:
* For Criminal Justice classes lasting 5 weeks
Minimester I: Tuition and Fees Due: Jan. 21; First Class Day: Jan. 22; Last Day to Register: Jan. 23
Minimester II: Tuition and Fees Due: February 25; First Class Day: February 26; Last Day to Register: Feb. 27
Minimester III: Tuition and Fees Due: April 1; First Class Day: April 2; Last Day to Register: April 3
* For Public Administration classes lasting 7 weeks
Sub-Term I: Tuition and Fees Due: Feb. 6; First Class Day: Feb. 7; Last Day to Register: Feb. 10
Sub-Term II: Tuition and Fees Due: March 21; First Class Day: March 24; Last Day to Register: March 26
* For all graduate courses with classes lasting 12 weeks
Tuition and Fees Due: Feb. 7; First Class Day: Feb. 10; Last Day to Register: Feb. 13
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