Texas Graduate Schools

A Graduate School is an education institution that offers graduate degrees, including Master and Doctorate degrees. This page lists all accredited graduate schools in the state of Texas that provide full-time or part-time graduate education leading to a postgraduate degree. Note: according to AbbreviationFinder, TX is the two-letter abbreviation of Texas.

Angelo State University
2601 West Avenue North
San Angelo, TX 76909
(915) 942-2041 or (915) 942-2058
http://www.angelo.edu

Baylor University
Graduate School
P.O. Box 97032
Waco, TX 76798-7032
(254) 755-3588
http://www.baylor.edu

Criswell College
Graduate Admissions
4010 Gaston Avenue
Dallas, TX 75246
(214) 821-5433
http://www.criswell.edu

Hardin-Simmons University
Box 16210
Abilene, TX 79698
(915) 670-1298
Website: http://www.hsutx.edu

Incarnate Word College
4301 Broadway
San Antonio, TX 78209-6397
(210) 829-6000
http://www.iwctx.edu/

Lamar University
Beaumont, TX 77710
(409) 880-8345
http://www.lamar.edu

Midwestern State University
3410 Taft Boulevard
Wichita Falls, TX 76308
(940) 689-4000
http://www.mwsu.edu

Prairie View A&M University
P.O.Box 3089
Prairie View, TX 77446
(409) 857-2315
Website: http://www.pvamu.edu/

Rice University
6100 Main Street MS13
Houston, TX 77005
(713) 527-4002
http://www.rice.edu

Sam Houston State University
P.O. Box 2448
Huntsville, TX 77341
(409) 294-1111
http://oliver.shsu.edu/

Southwest Texas State
University
601 University Drive
San Marcos, TX 78666-5709
(512) 245-2581
http://www.swt.edu

Setphen F. Austin State
University
Graduate School
Box 13024
Nacogdoches, TX 75962-3024
(409) 468-2807
http://www.research.sfasu.edu/

Southern Methodist University
6422 Boaz Street
P.O. Box 296
Dallas, TX 75275
Engineering: (214) 768-3042
Media Arts: (214) 768-3765
Theology: (214) 768-2432
http://www.smu.edu

Tarleton State University
Tarleton Station
Stephenville, TX 76402
(254) 968-9000
http://www.tarleton.edu/

Texas A&M International Universtiy
5201 Universtiy Boulevard
Laredo, TX 78041
(956) 722-8001
http://www.tamiu.edu/

Texas A&M Universtiy-College Station
College Station, TX 77843-1265
(409) 845-1044
http://www.tamu.edu/

Texas A &M University – Corpus Christi
6300 Ocean Drive
Corpus Christi, TX 78412
(512) 994-2624
Website: http://www.tamuc.edu

Texas A&M Universtiy- Commerce
East Texas Station
Commerce, TX 75429
(903) 886-5167
Website: http://www.tamuc.edu

Texas A&M Universtiy-Kingsville
Campus Box 215
Kingsville, TX 78363
(512) 593-2315
http://www.tamuk.edu/

Texas Christian University
2800South University Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76129
(817) 921-7000
http://www.tcu.edu

Texas Southern University
3100 Cleburne
Houston, TX 77004
(713) 313-7233

Texas Tech University
Box 45005
Lubbock, TX 79409-2017
(806) 742-2787
http://www.ttu.edu

Texas Woman’s Universtiy
P.O.Box 425589
Denton, TX 76204-5589
(940) 898-3073
http://www.twu.edu

Trinity University
715 Stadium Drive
San Antonio, TX 78212-7200
(210) 736-7011
http://www.trinity.edu/

University of Central Texas
Graduate Admissions
1901 South Clear Creek Road
P.O.Box 1416
Killeen, TX 76540-1416
(254) 526-8262
http://www.vvm.com/uct/graduate.htm

University of Dallas
1845 East Northgate Drive
Irving, TX 75062-4799
Liberal Arts:(214) 721-5106
http:.//www.udallas.edu

University of Houston
4800 Calhoun
Houston, TX 77004
(713) 743-1000
http://www.uh.edu

University of Houston-Clear
Lake
2700 Bay Area Boulevard
Houston, TX 77058
(713) 283-2518
http://www.129.7.160.115/

University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
P.O. Box 8004
Belton, TX 76513
(254) 939-4521
http://www.umhd.edu

University of North Texas
Box 13797
Denton, TX 76203-3797
(940) 565-2636
http://www.unt.edu/

University of St. Thomas
3800 Montrose Boulevard
Houston, TX 77006
(713) 522-7911
http://basil.stthom.edu/home

University of Texas-Austin
Austin, TX 78712-1157
(512) 471-6500
http://www.utexas.edu

University of Texas-Arlington
701 South Nedderman, Suite 241
P.O.Box 19088-A
Arlington, TX 76019
(817) 273-2681
http://www.uta.edu

University of Texas-Dallas
P.O. Box 830688, AD 27
Richardson, TX 75083-0688
(972) 883-2270
http://www.utdallas.edu

University of Texas-El Paso
500 West Universtiy Avenue
El Paso, TX 79968
(915) 747-5582
http://www.utep.edu/

University of Texas-Pan
American
1201 West University Drive
Edinburg,TX 78539
(956) 381-2207
http://www.panam.edu/

University of Texas-San Antonio
6900 North Loop 1604 West
San Antonio, TX 78249
(800) 669-0919
http://www.utsa.edu

University of Texas-Tyler
3900 University Boulevard
Tyler, TX 75701
(903) 566-7000
http://www.uttyl.edu/

West Texas A&M University
2501 Fourth Avenue
Canyon, TX 79016
(806) 656-2730
http://www.wtamu.edu/

Texas State Overview

In Caddo , a Native American language also spoken by the Hasinai people who lived in east Texas between the Sabine River and the Trinity River, the word táysha means “friend” . In the old Spanish pronunciation it was called Tejas—Texas.

The state of Texas is located in the south-central United States of America and is the second largest state in the United States by both population and area. On the journey west one encounters many different types of terrain and landscape. The Cross Timbers, a narrow strip stretching from southeastern Kansas through Oklahoma to central Texas, with their prairies, savannas, and light mixed forests, provide a natural boundary to the more heavily forested areas to the east and the nearly treeless land of the Great Plains in the west of the state.

“Everything is bigger in Texas”. This figure of speech can also be attributed, among other things, to the great extent of the prairies and the deserts and to the vastness of the country. Because of its long history as an American cattle breeding center, Texas has always been associated with the image of cowboys. Those wild fellows who, since the 17th century, tended the cattle on horseback or drove them north. Around which countless legends entwine. And who measured their skills at the rodeos and still do. Everything is bigger in Texas. Also the rodeos.

Historically and culturally, Texas is part of the American South. But due to the Spanish and Mexican cultural influences that are also present, Texas is also considered part of the American Southwest. Although residents accept these categories, many champion an “independent Texan” identity that transcends regional categorization within the United States.

The saying “Six Flags over Texas” dates back to the days when many different states claimed what is now Texas. Spain was the first European country. France also had a colony there for a short time. The territory belonged to Mexico until 1836, when Texas finally gained its independence.

With the Texas Annexation , the voluntary annexation of the “Republic of Texas”, Texas became the 28th state to join the United States in 1845. The territory at that time included what is now Texas and parts of New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas, Wyoming and Colorado.

In early 1861, Texas left the United States to join the Confederate States of America on March 23, 1861 .

Far from the battlefields of the American Civil War, the state’s contribution was in troops and equipment. In mid-1863, however, the line of supply was cut short by the Union’s capture of the Mississippi River. A few fights took place in Texas territory. Union troops briefly occupied the main port city of Galveston. After the Northern States’ victory, Texas fell into anarchy for a time. Violence reigned in the early days of “reconstruction,” a post-civil war period in which the nation and constitution were restored. Although Texas did not meet the requirements for “reconstruction,” the American Congress admitted the state back into the Union in 1870.

At the beginning of the 1900s, discoveries of crude oil caused an economic boom. Until the Second World War, the main sources of income remained cattle breeding, agriculture and oil production. Thereafter increased industrialization took place and today the economy of the state of Texas – one of the fastest growing in the USA – is largely based on information technology, oil and natural gas production, oil refineries, electricity generation and agriculture.

  • Countryaah.com: Provides list of counties in Texas in alphabetical order. Also covers top 10 counties by area and population.

Geographical location

Texas is located in the southernmost part of the Great Plains , a vast prairie and steppe region that stretches from the Mississippi River and the Rocky Mountains of Canada to the Sierra Madre Oriental of Mexico.

Because of the country’s vast expanses and economic and cultural diversity, the state cannot be easily categorized. The East, North and Central Texas regions have a stronger affinity with the American South, while the West and South areas are closer to the Southwest.

The state’s natural borders are formed by the Rio Grande , Red iver , and Sabine Rivers . North Texas borders Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas to the east and the Mexican states of Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo León and Tamaulipas border Texas to the south. To the west of the state is New Mexico.

Tourism

We make it easy to explore the Lone Star State. Take a tour of Texas without leaving your seat. From horseback riding in Bandera to beach strolling in Corpus Christi, Texas Videos offer an interactive view of vacation destinations in Texas.

Capital city: Austin
Largest metropolis: Houston
Nickname: The Lone Star State
Motto: friendship

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