Even during the changing times, West Texas A&M University is still a national leader when it comes to online education.
Since the University has been doing virtual classrooms since 1997 they were able to seamlessly transition into online learning to deal with Covid-19 and Social Distancing.
WT officials say when Fall 2020 classes begin, students will have the options to take courses online, face-to-face or a hybrid of both.
Classes are expected to begin on August 26th.
A recent survey by the U.S. News & World Report said that of more than 1,200 online programs this year, WT’s online master’s degree in computer information technology programs ranked No. 8. The university’s online bachelor’s programs for veterans tied for No. 12, and its overall online bachelor’s programs tied for No. 16. Other ranked programs include online master’s in business programs for veterans (tied for No. 14), online master’s in business programs (tied for No. 29), online MBA programs for veterans (tied for No. 32) and online MBA programs overall (tied for No. 54).