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Explore more than 27 master's degree programs, including several interdisciplinary and joint-degree programs, and 12 doctoral programs. Our graduate program advisers are full-time resident faculty within their departments, so they can answer questions and help you understand where you might fit in.
After earning my degrees at TU, I chose to launch my career here because this institution specializes in going beyond the classroom to help every student develop their own path to success. Alicia Odewale, Assistant Professor of Anthropology
One of the great things about the program is the faculty. There are professors who are willing to help you advance your career. One of my favorite professors has given me a lot of advice on research I want to do. Asim Zaidi, Master of Science in Finance
I was interested in becoming an expert in my field and wanted an advisor who shares similar research interests and questions. Professor Ron Bonett turned out to be an ideal fit. Ruben Tovar, Ph.D. Biological Sciences
Educating parents in order to boost childhood vaccination rates
Vaccines are safe and effective. So why are so many children in the U.S. unvaccinated? Using a multimodal approach, doctor of nursing practice student Shelby Pope will educate parents on the importance of vaccinating their kids.
Never too late: Single mom pursues a graduate degree
Bettina Walker is determined to get her Ph.D. in molecular biology all while being a single mother. She has found support from her professors and even other students to finish her academic aspirations.
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