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Texas A&M University–Commerce School Information

School Facts

  • Operating Status: Currently operating

    Campus: Main campus (and distance learning)

    Institution Type: 1

  • Degree Type:

    Highest Degree —Doctoral

    Predominant Degree —Graduate

    Distance Education: On-campus and Online

Admissions

39%

34%

Admission Selectivity and Test Scores
SAT

68%

Average SAT Score Range

  • Unknown

ACT

60%

Average ACT Score

  • 17-24
  • 20

  • Average Score

Admission Requirement
Secondary School Record Secondary School GPA Secondary School Rank Letters of Recommendation Admission Test Score AP Credits
Required Required Required Recommended Required Yes

Academics

Graduation Rate
  • 21%

  • 36%

  • 39%

Degree Details

Available Fields of Study and Degrees

  • > Accounting Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Adult and Continuing Education and Teaching Master's Program
  • > Agribusiness/Agricultural Business Operations Bachelor's Program
  • > Agricultural Teacher Education Master's Program
  • > Agriculture, General Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Agronomy and Crop Science Bachelor's Program
  • > Animal Sciences, General Bachelor's Program
  • > Animation, Interactive Technology, Video Graphics and Special Effects Bachelor's Program
  • > Athletic Training/Trainer Bachelor's Program
  • > Biology/Biological Sciences, General Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Business Administration and Management, General Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Business/Commerce, General Bachelor's Program
  • > Chemistry, General Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Commercial and Advertising Art Bachelor's Program
  • > Computer and Information Sciences, General Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Construction Engineering Technology/Technician Bachelor's Program
  • > Counseling Psychology Master's Program
  • > Criminal Justice/Safety Studies Bachelor's Program
  • > Criminology Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Curriculum and Instruction Master's Program
  • > Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Early Childhood Education and Teaching Master's Program
  • > Economics, General Master's Program
  • > Educational Leadership and Administration, General Master's Program
  • > Educational Psychology
  • > Educational/Instructional Technology Master's Program
  • > Elementary Education and Teaching Master's Program
  • > English Language and Literature, General Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Environmental Science Bachelor's Program
  • > Finance, General Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Fine/Studio Arts, General Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > General Studies Bachelor's Program
  • > Health and Physical Education/Fitness, General Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Health Services/Allied Health/Health Sciences, General Bachelor's Program
  • > Health Teacher Education Bachelor's Program
  • > Higher Education/Higher Education Administration Master's Program
  • > History, General Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration, General Bachelor's Program
  • > Industrial Engineering Bachelor's Program
  • > Industrial Technology/Technician Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Information Science/Studies Bachelor's Program
  • > Journalism Bachelor's Program
  • > Kinesiology and Exercise Science Bachelor's Program
  • > Legal Assistant/Paralegal Bachelor's Program
  • > Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies Bachelor's Program
  • > Library and Information Science Master's Program
  • > Management Information Systems, General Bachelor's Program
  • > Marketing/Marketing Management, General Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Mathematics, General Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Music Performance, General Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Music Teacher Education Master's Program
  • > Music, General Bachelor's Program
  • > Photography Bachelor's Program
  • > Physics, General Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Political Science and Government, General Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Psychology, General Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Public Relations/Image Management Bachelor's Program
  • > Radio and Television Bachelor's Program
  • > Reading Teacher Education Master's Program
  • > Rhetoric and Composition Bachelor's Program
  • > School Psychology Master's Program
  • > Secondary Education and Teaching Master's Program
  • > Social Sciences, General Bachelor's Program
  • > Social Work Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Sociology Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Spanish Language and Literature Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Special Education and Teaching, General Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Sport and Fitness Administration/Management Bachelor's Program
  • > Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods, Oth Master's Program
  • > Wildlife, Fish and Wildlands Science and Management Bachelor's Program
Highest Degree Academic and Career Counselling Services Employment Services for Students Placement Services for Graduate Study Abroad
Doctoral Yes Yes Yes Yes

Tuition, Cost and Financial Aid

  • Undergraduate Tuition
    • In-State Tuition (2014-2015)

      $3,832.00

    • Out-of-State Tuition (2014-2015)

      $12,520.00

  • Graduate Tuition
    • In-State Tuition (2014-2015)

      $16,402

    • Out-of-State Tuition (2014-2015)

      $16,402

Financial Aid — Freshmen Students
Type of Aid No. Receiving Aid % Receiving Aid Total Aid Received Average Aid Received
Any Student Financial Aid 856 93% $5,033,323.00 $18,403.00
Grant Aid 783 85% $7,010,598.00 $4,567.00
Student Loan - 65% $20,608,163.00 $4,558.00
Financial Aid — Undergraduate Students
Type of Aid No. Receiving Aid % Receiving Aid Total Aid Received Average Aid Received
Any Student Financial Aid 5,102 73% $32,335,727.00 $6,338.00
Pell Grant Aid 3,455 50% $14,309,969.00 $4,142.00
Student Loan 4,131 59% $34,802,613.00 $8,425.00
Net Price
Year Income < 30K Income 30K — 48K Income 48K — 75K Income 75K — 110K Income > 110K
2014-2015 $6,940.00 $7,380.00 $10,782.00 $13,803.00 $15,641.00
2013-2014 $8,229.00 $9,199.00 $13,047.00 $14,238.00 $16,474.00
2012-2013 $8,466.00 $8,851.00 $13,958.00 $16,686.00 $16,865.00

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Student-Faculty Ratio

18 : 1

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Endowment per FTE Enrollment

$2,315

per student

Demographics

Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), Institute of Education Sciences, 2014-2015

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