A&M-Commerce and Texas Universities Offer Flexible, Low-Cost Degree Program in USA Today

The Texas Affordable Baccalaureate Program (TABP) aims to create the state’s first public competency-based baccalaureate degree, which allows students to take courses online, in a traditional classroom setting— or a hybrid of the two.

Next month, 17 students will be the first to graduate from the 102-student baccalaureate program, which was launched in January 2014 by Texas A&M University-Commerce, South Texas College, the College for All Texans Foundation and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

Read more about the TABP program and A&M-Commerce at http://college.usatoday.com/2015/04/11/texas-universities-pioneer-flexible-low-cost-degree-program/.