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  • Texas A&M-Commerce

    Posted by Cory Caldwell on 5/5/2022 7:00:00 AM

    TAMU CommerceJust an hour northeast of Dallas, Texas A&M University - Commerce has around 11,000 students, who study in 134 degree programs. Its new Nursing and Health Sciences Building offers a simulation hospital for realistic instruction. And nearly 86 percent of alums land full-time jobs within six months of graduation.

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  • University of Oklahoma

    Posted by Melissa Baltazar on 4/21/2022 8:00:00 AM

    University of OklahomaThe flagship school of the state, the University of Oklahoma’s Norman campus is home to around 23,000 undergraduate students. The school offers 170 majors, such as biomedical engineering and microbiology. Plus, O.U. boasts a dynastic status in NCAA athletics, giving students plenty of reasons to cheer.

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  • University of Texas at San Antonio

    Posted by Cory Caldwell on 4/7/2022 8:00:00 AM

    UTSA Located in San Antonio’s Northwest Side, UTSA plays host to a diverse group of more than 34,000 students. It’s also the third-largest school in the University of Texas system. UTSA offers more than 60 areas of study, including biology, chemistry, public health and neuroscience.

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  • University of Missouri

    Posted by Melissa Baltazar on 3/23/2022 8:00:00 AM

    University of MissouriAffectionately known as Mizzou, the University of Missouri is a tradition-rich public school with 31,000 students. It’s located in midsized town of Colombia, in the heart of the state. The school offers more than 300 undergraduate programs and has robust graduate offerings that include medicine and genetics.

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  • Texas State University

    Posted by Melissa Baltazar on 3/9/2022 8:00:00 AM

    Texas State UniversityNestled in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, just a half hour south of Austin, is Texas State University, home to about 38,000 students. The school has strong health offerings, with majors such as radiation therapy, respiratory care and dietetics. It’s also the alma mater of Lyndon B. Johnson, our 36th president.

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