Colleges Universities and Professional Schools
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A weekend MBA Program for working professionals in Houston offered by the University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business.
A land, sea and space degree-granting institution located 90 miles from Houston. Students pursue degrees in 384 fields.
A co-educational, independent, comprehensive, Christian institution of higher learning awarding associates, bachelors and master degrees.
Texas' premier, public metropolitan research teaching institution with: 40 research centers/institutes; 300 partnerships; offering undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and special professional degrees.
Houston locations offer online and local bachelor's and master's degrees in business, global, human resource management, administration, technology and healthcare.
Educates health professionals/biomedical researchers, conducts premier biomedical research, and provides primary and specialty health care and health expertise.
Home to some of the best minds in medicine: delivering excellence in research, education and patient care.
Dedicated to research and higher education in areas relating to quantum phenomena, awards M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Applied Physics.
Leading research university with distinctive commitment to undergraduate education, path breaking research, unsurpassed teaching, and contributions to the world's betterment.
Texas' premier, urban research institution, with 40 research centers and 300 external partnerships offering undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees in nearly 300 fields.
We are an Institution of Higher Education with the sole aim of placing Texans into great paying jobs.
Historically minority-driven public university offering bachelors, masters, and doctorates in 78 undergraduate and 41 graduate disciplines.
Houston’s second largest university, among the nation’s most diverse, offering bachelor's and master's degree programs to 14,000 students, averaging 27 years of age.
A land-grant university authorized under the Morrill Acts of 1862 and 1890, and a comprehensive public institution of higher education.
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