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The Office of Graduate Studies

Achieve More

Graduate School can help you achieve your goals. 

What we offer:

  • Advance your career with one of 40+ accredited, nationally recognized programs, including doctorates, masters, graduate certificates and educator certification.
  • Work alongside internationally recognized faculty who are committed to your success.
  • Network with professionals in your field.
  • Pursue your education on our campus, online, at one of our branch campuses.  

About Graduate Studies

Information & Events

GRAD EXPO Register Online

Thursday, April 2, 7:00 pm
Mesquite Metroplex Center
2600 Motley Drive
Mesquite, TX  75150

Graduate Assistant Research Symposium Register Online

Graduate Research Assistants present their research and accomplishments over the fall, spring, and summer semesters.
Tuesday, April 28, 11:00am-1:00pm
Sam Rayburn Student Center
Conference Room A, B & C


The Office of Thesis and Dissertation Services

The Office of Graduate Studies is pleased to announce increased support for theses and dissertations.  Dr. Paul Zelhart, Professor Emeritus, is returning to the University as Assistant Graduate Dean and will lead in the formation of the Office of Thesis and Dissertation Services (OTDS) component of Graduate Studies. OTDS’s primary focus will be the development of supportive services for graduate students writing theses and dissertations. OTDS will provide training and support to faculty, students, and staff including materials and approaches to fit each unique discipline. OTDS is located in BA 249D and 250C.  Dr. Zelhart can be reached at 903-886-5968.  OTDS@tamuc.edu

Theses and Dissertation Deadlines



Useful webpages and links

A&M-Commerce's 18 Characteristics of Doctoral Programs

Federation of North Texas Area Universities

New Online Training Modules for Students, Faculty & Staff:

Animal Care & Use

Protection of Human Subjects

2014-2015 IRB Full Board Meeting & Protocol Submission Schedule

Responsible Conduct in Research & Scholarship


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