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Bachelor's Plus has been updated for 2024 

New locations and partner institutions

The Bachelor's+ Program is a continuing education partnership between Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) and the following institutions:

  • Collin College
  • Dallas College
  • Houston Community College
  • Texas State Technical College

Earn a certificate while attending a college near your home

Texas A&M University College of Engineering undergraduate students enrolled in the Bachelor's+ Program spend six weeks — Maymester and early summer — enrolled in two hands-on, non-credit courses in one of the following programs:

  • architectural/mechanical drafting
  • cybersecurity
  • electromechanical automation/programmable logic controller
  • integrated manufacturing processes

All courses will be delivered in a hybrid format. Each course is 90 contact hours (30 hours online lecture, 60 hours in-person lab) and will be taken over a three-week period. Upon successful completion of the two courses in a program track, students will receive a Bachelor's+ Program Certificate of Completion.

More Information 

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