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The Southern Association of College and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) has given Texas A&M University-Kingsville permission to use the university’s Citrus Center in Weslaco as a teaching site. With this permission, Texas A&M-Kingsville faculty can now teach not only the entire plant and soil sciences graduate curriculum, but also a wide range of other degree programs at the Rio Grande Valley location. A prospectus was submitted to SACSCOC in October 2016,...Read more  

The master’s-level online industrial engineering program at Texas A&M University-Kingsville received another national ranking – this time, from the College Choice.net web site.  The site ranked the online A&M-Kingsville Master of Science in Industrial Engineering program sixth in the nation among the Most Affordable Online Master’s in Industrial Engineering Degrees for 2018.  College Choice ranked using data from the National Center for...Read more  

Dr. Chris Hearon, professor and chair of the health and kinesiology department at Texas A&M University-Kingsville, has received word that he has won the Jerry R. Thomas Distinguished Leadership Award from the American Kinesiology Association (AKA). Hearon will receive the award for the master’s degree level. “I was actually at a loss for words when I got the call from AKA and as anyone who knows me will attest, it is a rare occurrence for me,” Hearon said....Read more  

Kleberg Bank has made it easier for business students at Texas A&M University-Kingsville to get real-world practice, thanks to a $75,000 donation to develop a Bloomberg Financial Lab in the College of Business Administration. “Kleberg Bank believes that supporting our local education efforts is key to helping shape a vibrant and sustainable community and proudly supports Texas A&M-Kingsville and the College of Business Administration’s plans to establish a...Read more  

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