Students can take all classes required for the master’s degrees listed below. To take the graduate classes at the Round Rock Campus (RRC), you must first apply and be accepted to Texas State University. Once you are accepted into a particular program, you may register for courses held at the RRC during your designated registration period.
The graduate-level classes offered at the Round Rock Campus are generally designed for part-time students who would prefer to attend classes in the evenings. This makes our programs perfect for those who are working or have other daytime commitments. Even though you will be attending classes at the RRC, you will earn your master’s degree from Texas State University!
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The largest programs at the RRC are in the field of education, including Elementary Education, Educational Leadership, Management of Technical Education (online program) and Professional Counseling. The Master's of Business Administration is the second largest major. The Master’s in Public Administration program has been offered in downtown Austin by the State Capital for almost 30 years and focuses on state government.
Students interested in computers and technology can enroll in the Computer Science or the Software Engineering master's programs. The Master of Arts with a major in Technical Communication, offered as an online program through the English Department, prepares students to write and communicate effectively in the rapidly changing and expanding technological and professional worlds and to pursue doctoral work in technical communication and related fields. And again, students who have acquired significant work experience or earned some graduate-level credits beyond a bachelor’s degree can complete a master’s degree through the Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies (MSIS) as an online program. This program allows students to earn credit for past experience and then individualizes a degree completion plan.
The RRC is excited to announce the arrival of three university departments within the College of Health Professions to the campus. Communication Disorders, Physical Therapy and Respiratory Care programs have transitioned to the RRC and bring with them state-of-the-art facilities and affordable healthcare services to the community.
The most current information on graduate degree admission and program requirements may be obtained by viewing the current University Catalog.
Master’s Degree Programs Offered at the Round Rock Campus
Select your desired master’s program below for program specific information and admission requirements.
Online Master’s Programs
Select your desired online master’s program below for program specific information and admission requirements.
If you are interested in approved distance learning programs, please visit the Distance Learning Program Offerings website.