Academics


Master's Degrees & Doctoral Degrees

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To take graduate-level classes at the Round Rock Campus (RRC), you must first apply and be accepted to Texas State University. Once you are accepted into a specific program, you may register for courses held at the RRC during your designated registration period.

In addition to the degree programs in the College of Health Professions, the graduate-level classes offered at the RRC are generally designed for part-time students who prefer attending classes in the evening. This makes our programs ideal for those who have other daytime commitments.

Some programs may include online courses, but the percentage of online and in-person requirements may vary for each program. Inquiries about the online requirements can be directed to the specific department. 

After clicking the link below, select the “Round Rock” location filter to see the graduate-level programs available at RRC.


Certifications & Continuing Education

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Texas State's certificate programs consist of combinations of college courses selected by departments and offered to students who may already have a degree but want to advance in their careers or prepare for licensure exams.


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Colleges

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Course Catalog

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