EDINBURG - The University of Texas Pan American (UTPA) has expanded its online degree programs with the launch of an online Master of Public Administration.
The online degree is slightly more expensive — $13,500 — than tuition for in-state residents attending courses in the classroom. They are also designed with a more flexible course schedule, eventually allowing students to take any course during each seven-week term.
Students complete courses known as modules in seven-week intervals — close to half the length of a regular academic semester.
UTPA announced several new online degree programs in August in collaboration with Dallas-based Academic Partnerships. The MBA program put the university in a group of four other UT System schools offering such online degrees.
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