A variety of bachelor’s degrees are offered at the Round Rock Campus (RRC). The RRC offers junior and senior (upper-level) courses only. Therefore, the RRC partners with local community colleges that offer the freshman and sophomore (lower-level) courses required to obtain a degree from Texas State.
It is recommended that you complete the majority of the lower-level courses prior to applying to Texas State University if you plan to attend the RRC.
If you already know what program you want to pursue, please visit our Getting Started page.
Bachelor’s Degree Programs
NOTE: The following links will direct you to the corresponding program webpage on the Texas State University website.
- Applied Arts & Sciences (BAAS)
- Communication Disorders (BSCD)
- Computer Science (BA/BS)
- Criminal Justice (BSCJ)
- General Studies (BGS)
- Interdisciplinary Studies (BS) (Early Childhood through Grade 6/ESL)
- Mass Communication (BA)
- Nursing (BSN)
• Also RN to BSN (online)
- Psychology (BA/BS)
- Respiratory Care (BSRC)
• Also RRT to BSRC (online)
Texas State Round Rock Campus holds information sessions on several of the bachelor’s degrees offered. Follow this link to read about the RRC information sessions available.
For more information about what you can do with these majors and careers, take a look at the career services “What Can I Do With This Major”.
Available Minors at the Round Rock Campus
- Business Administration
- Computer Science
- Criminal Justice
- English (Hybrid)
- Forensic Psychology (Hybrid)
- Mass Communication (Hybrid)
- Psychology (Hybrid)
- Public Administration (Hybrid)
- Sociology (Online)
**** For a full listing of available minors offered at Texas State University, view the University Catalog webpage. Click on the associated links to view the required coursework for each minor.
Round Rock Degree Plan Check Sheets
When considering transfer to the RRC, students are strongly encouraged to obtain a Round Rock Degree Plan Check Sheet for their desired major. The Degree Plan Check Sheet outlines the required courses to be completed at ACC. You may locate University Transfer Planning Guides on the Undergraduate Admissions website. You may also wish to reference the Transfer Course Equivalency System which allows you to find equivalent courses at alternate institutions and to determine how your credits will transfer to Texas State.
If you did not find the program you were looking for, please fill out
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