Online Courses and Degrees

At A&M-Commerce, your success is our business. That includes making higher-education opportunities available to those who, because of work and/or family obligations, find it difficult to access courses that are offered on scheduled days and times.

Learn more about our degree programs offered, how to enroll, course listings, online student support by following the links on the left hand navigation.

Out-of-State Students

A&M-Commerce is authorized to offer online degree programs and courses in designated states. 

As a participant in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA), A&M-Commerce may admit out-of-state students who live in states that are members of NC-SARA. NC-SARA member states and participating institutions are listed on the NC-SARA website.

 Professional Licensure Disclosure

Prospective and current students interested in courses, programs, certificates, or degrees that lead to professional licensure must understand their state licensing board’s requirements prior to enrolling.

Note about Kentucky:  Prospective and current students cannot enroll in or satisfy any component in a course, program, certificate, or degree that requires them to participate in an internship, field experience, or any activity that would physically occur on-the-ground in Kentucky. We will update this web site as soon as we become aware of changes in this restriction.

Depending on the status of your state of residence with regard to NC-SARA, A&M-Commerce may notify you that you are not eligible to register for a Texas A&M University-Commerce distance learning degree program or course.