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Graduate Diversity

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At Texas State University, diversity and inclusion are major university goals. Texas State supports a diverse faculty, staff, and student body reflecting the makeup of the state. Students belong to various ethnicities including white, black/African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Asian/Pacific Islander, American Indian/Alaskan Native, international, and multi-racial. 

Texas State has been a Hispanic-Serving Institution since 2011. This designation makes the university eligible to apply for grants that expand opportunities and academic offerings for all students.

For more information, you can review the Texas State University Data page for information on students enrolled at Texas State.

Multicultural Policy Statement

Texas State believes that freedom of thought, innovation and creativity are fundamental characteristics of a community of scholars. To promote such a learning environment, the university has a special responsibility to seek diversity, to instill a global perspective in its students, and to nurture sensitivity, tolerance and mutual respect. Discrimination against or harassment of individuals on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, or disability are inconsistent with the purposes of the university.

Master's Degrees:

Business Administration with International Business emphasis
Developmental Education
Elementary Education-Bilingual/Bicultural
International Studies
Music with a concentration in Latin Music Performance
Special Education

Certificate Programs:

Adult English as a Second Language
Autism/Applied Behavior Analysis
Behavioral Disorders/Positive Behavior Supports
Learning Disabilities/Inclusion