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Texas A&M University - Commerce

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67% of 7 students said this degree improved their career prospects
86% of 7 students said they would recommend this school to others
By the OnlineU team | Updated 1/19/2023


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Salary Score for Online Degrees at Texas A&M University - Commerce

Bachelor's Degrees

Health and Physical Education/Fitness $23,065 $31,382 74
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other $19,199 $40,756 70
English Language and Literature, General Not Reported $30,080 63
Agriculture, General $19,024 $37,684 63
Business/Commerce, General $24,560 $43,749 51
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities $20,891 $32,442 49
Computer and Information Sciences, General $21,437 $55,473 47
Business Administration, Management and Operations $19,937 $40,756 45
Accounting and Related Services $19,221 $46,292 42
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing Not Reported $61,402 34
Criminal Justice and Corrections $23,750 $30,652 28

Master's Degrees

Library Science and Administration $26,381 $49,242 88
Biology, General $19,450 $56,071 82
Health and Physical Education/Fitness $21,286 $46,564 80
Accounting and Related Services $30,471 $64,257 78
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods $27,346 $52,054 75
Social Work $20,726 $49,073 75
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Subject Areas Not Reported $53,695 69
Curriculum and Instruction $23,849 $50,954 60
Business Administration, Management and Operations $28,544 $75,438 59
Marketing $29,195 $58,738 43
Finance and Financial Management Services $29,268 $72,586 43
Educational Administration and Supervision $21,497 $53,066 42
Education, General Not Reported $48,253 40
Educational/Instructional Media Design Not Reported $51,164 32
Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods $33,944 $72,388 29
Agriculture, General Not Reported $46,364 20
Criminology $31,060 $41,258 16

Doctoral Degrees

Educational Administration and Supervision $66,872 $71,639 28

FAQs About Texas A&M University - Commerce

Is Texas A&M University - Commerce Online?

Yes, TAMUC offers a variety of online degrees. In an online class at TAMUC, the teaching faculty delivers course materials and activities through the learning management system D2L Brightspace. Online students can access their courses — delivered asynchronously (no set class time) and synchronously (scheduled class time) — on a desktop or a mobile app. In addition, online students can get IT support, an online library, and a bookstore to get the resources they need to succeed in an online undergraduate degree program.

Is Texas A&M University - Commerce Legitimate?

Respected online colleges and universities prove their legitimacy by earning accreditation. Institutions with accreditation meet the standard educational requirements to award degrees and certificates. 

TAMUC is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award associate, baccalaureate, master’s and doctorate degrees, and certificates. 

What is Texas A&M - Commerce Known For?

TAMUC has received recognition for its diverse online undergraduate and graduate degree programs for distance learners. For example, prospective students can find online majors for some fields of study: Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Business, Education and Human Services, Science and Engineering, and Innovation and Design. With TAMUC’s online degree programs, students can expect to receive the skills and knowledge necessary to excel in their chosen field of study and future careers. 

Which Degrees at Texas A&M - Commerce Provide the Highest Earnings for Graduates?

According to College Scorecard data, five of TAMUC’s 48 undergraduate fields of study have the highest earnings. These fields of study are (1) Computer and Information Sciences at $75,134; (2) Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research, and Clinical Nursing at $66,883; (3) Mathematics at $52,690; (4) Accounting and Related Services at $50,029; and (5) Marketing at $45,221. 

TAMUC offers several online undergraduate degree programs in these fields of study, such as marketingnursing, and business analytics.

Is It Hard to Get Into Texas A&M - Commerce?

College Scorecard reports that TAMUC’s acceptance rate is 60%, which is about average. While TAMUC is a test-optional institution, it still considers the scores from college entrance exams, like the ACT and SAT, during the application process. Undergraduate students admitted into TAMUC typically had an SAT critical reading score between 480 and 580, an SAT math score between 475 and 570, and an ACT compositional score of 17 to 23.

What Are the Admission Requirements for Texas A&M - Commerce?

To be admitted into an online undergraduate degree program at this school, prospective students must complete TAMUC's admission process

  • Complete the following high school courses:
    • English Language Arts (4 credits)
    • Mathematics (3 credits)
    • Science (3 credits)
    • Language other than English (2 credits)
  • Rank in the top 30% of graduating class or submit ACT or SAT scores (optional)
  • Submit an online application 
  • Submit official high school and college credit transcripts 

If admitted into TAMUC, online students should apply for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to see if they qualify for financial aid

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Reviewed: 1/9/2019

Degree: MBA

You will not find another AACSB (gold standard) accredited college for this price. Some of that is reflected in the quality of the online portal, and the classes are quite full so it can be a little tough to get instructor interaction. However, it has not been a problem for me. The level of rigor is a good blend since I continue to be a working professional as well as having a busy personal and family life. I think that's the critical piece, you can take these classes, and learn everything that you... Read More


Reviewed: 9/9/2018

Degree: Organizational Leadership

1. Very low cost degree, 2. Self Taught, feedback is 48-72 hours, and is only as quality as the question you ask. It Professor thinks it part of the syllabus, they will direct you to the syllabus or student discussion chats prior to contacting them.


Reviewed: 6/18/2017

Degree: Business Administration

This school is awesome! Top notch education that prepared me for life during and after 20 years of military service. I was most impressed by the involvement of the professors in student success. Most of the classes were very engaging, and the immediate feedback from professors and peers enhanced the quality of study. Even while completing rigorous work, the amount of support I received was very encouraging and made the toughest assignments enjoyable to experience. The team projects placed students... Read More

Shirron Branch

Reviewed: 3/26/2017

Degree: Liberal Arts

Texas A&M University - Commerce made my online time earning my Bachelors degree accessible and achievable. Yes there were many rigorous days where I wish I could sit down with my professor face to face, but if you have resources of your own outside of class that helps too. As a working single mother of a a little boy, I really enjoyed that I was given the freedom to be as creative as possible in my class. I loved my online time at TAMUC. I felt so welcome on the campus when I finally got to visit... Read More


Reviewed: 5/31/2016

Degree: Marketing

Getting a degree is nice but it doesn't guarantee you a job. Don't "pick something that interests you"" or "do what you like to do", those are hobbies, pick something that's always in demand and can pay the bills. Then do your hobbies when you clock out.

John M

Reviewed: 2/12/2016

Degree: MBA in Technology Management

First of all, I am an active duty member of the Navy and I did a lot of research when I decided to get an MBA. Being a Texas resident but having to rely on tuition assistance from the military I chose TAMUC because of price, AACSB accreditation, and reputation. Also, this was one of the few schools in Texas that had an entirely online MBA option. I started the program in the Fall of 2012 and completed my degree in Fall 2015. This program is no "walk in the park" especially for someone like me working... Read More


Reviewed: 7/23/2013

Degree: Business

Tell us about your college experience.

My school was very conservative and not at all diverse. I felt a bit out of place being the only hispanic in the room sometimes.

Would you get the same degree if you could start over?

I would not choose a different degree. I enjoy Accounting very much.

What advice can you offer other students?

Pick something that will get you a job.