About Online Learning
Online learning at Texas A&M University-Central Texas creates high quality learning experiences for students through leading edge technologies, innovative teaching methods, and responsive support services. As the fastest growing form of education today, online learning accommodates individuals with time commitments such as full-time work or family, or those who have high mobility and are not at the same physical location for an extended time, or those with disabilities that prevent them from attending on campus. A wide variety of accredited online programs give TAMUCT students many options to choose from. Our online programs are taught by the same cadre of distinguished faculty members who teach our on-campus programs.
Students within a 30-mile radius can access our student support resources at Founder's Hall or Warrior Hall. Students within and beyond a 30-mile radius can access various support support resources online at the department specific webpages, the learning management system (Blackboard), university social media resources, or through university email.
Technology Requirements for Online Learning
Online courses require that you have a reliable internet connection. All of your coursework and exams will be assigned and submitted in an online environment. To successfully complete an online course, you must have access to these minimum technology tools:
- Reliable Internet connection
- A computer and internet browser compatible with our current version of Blackboard (View the Lastest Technology Requirements for Blackboard
- Microsoft Office Suite (Available free to all enrolled students through there myCT account)