HUTTO - Texas A&M University Central Texas will join the East Williamson County Higher Education Center in spring 2014 with plans to offer full bachelor’s degree and master’s degree programs.
The college was not an official part of the center when it opened in August because it was going through the process of earning accreditation as a university.
Having received the designation in June, the wheels are now in motion to facilitate a Texas A&M Central Texas branch on the Hutto campus. Texas A&M Central Texas decided its first area of study will be a school of business.
“Our plan is to begin offering courses in management, beginning in the spring, and then by fall 2014, to begin to offer courses in a school of education,” said Mark Nigliazzo, president of Texas A&M University Central Texas.
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