A&M-Commerce opens 42,000-SF University Center at DallasA&M-Commerce opens 42,000-SF University Center at Dallashttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=17952015-02-09T10:36:00Z2015-02-07T00:00:00Z

DALLAS - Texas A&M University-Commerce has opened University Center at Dallas, its downtown educational facility at Pacific Place. The university has 42,000 sf on three floors at 1910 Pacific Ave.

About 1,300 students take classes in Universities Center, most of them through A&M-Commerce. MBA degrees, accounting, finance and visual communications offerings are among the most popular programs, O'Neal said.

The goal of the expansion is to better serve the educational needs of those who live and work in downtown Dallas, said Dr. Berri O'Neal, executive director of the Universities Center at Dallas.

The center gives multiple universities a place to offer courses in downtown Dallas without building a full campus in the city.

Universities Center is the only place to get an MBA in downtown Dallas, O'Neal said. A number of factors in addition to the downtown Dallas location set the Texas A&M-Commerce MBA program apart, she said.

Texas A&M-Commerce also has a visual communications program with 130 students enrolled now in upper-level classes.

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