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Tarleton State University
The following bachelor's degrees through Tarleton State University are offered in part on the McLennan campus, but some advanced courses will require travel to the main campus in Stephenville. For more information about these programs, please contact Annette Scott at ahscott@mclennan.edu.
certAssociate of Applied Science Degree, Histology Technician Certification Program Students pursuing this certification program begin with completing 33-35 prerequisite courses, which include specific requirements in Biology, Chemistry, English, Psychology, Math, and more. These prerequisites may be taken at MCC prior to transfer to the TSU Fort Worth location, where the additional 37 hours of sophomore level courses are offered by the Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences. Upon completion of these requirements, students will receive the AAS degree, and the opportunity to take the HT (ASCP) national certification exam.

For more information, please contact Dr. Brooke Dubansky, at (817) 926-1101, or email at dubansky@tarleton.edu. Students may also visit the Clinical Laboratory Scientist Histotechnician (HT) website, at http://www.tarleton.edu/medicallab/programs/histotechnology-program.html.

  

certBachelor of Science in Agricultural Services and Development (Agricultural Industry and Agencies Option) Students are able to complete their core curriculum as well as additional lower-level agriculture courses needed in order to transfer directly to Tarleton State University. Those who desire to interact in the community in the agricultural industry and extension areas will find these degree options very desirable. Upper level coursework for this degree option will be taken on the Tarleton State University Stephenville campus.

To find out more information, please contact Ron Chmielewski, rchmielewski@mclennan.edu.

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certBachelor of Science in Agricultural Services and Development (Agricultural Science with Teacher Certification) Students are able to complete their core curriculum and additional lower-level agriculture courses needed in order to transfer directly to Tarleton State University. Those wishing to obtain teacher certification as an agriculture science teacher will find these degree options appealing. Internship opportunities may be included to further the student’s course of study. Upper level coursework for this degree option will be taken on the Tarleton State University Stephenville campus.

To find out more information, please contact Ron Chmielewski, rchmielewski@mclennan.edu.

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certBachelor of Science in Computer Science Students pursuing the Tarleton State University Bachelor of Science in Computer Science will find themselves prepared to enter a high-tech work force in an extremely valuable area. A strong knowledge base in mathematics and computer science create the foundation of this degree, further allowing the student to specialize in areas such as computer engineering, data science, game development, general computer science, and software engineering. This 120-hour, four-year degree allows students to take their core curriculum and other lower level coursework with MCC, followed by the completion of concentration specific coursework to be taken at Tarleton State University in Stephenville. Direct links to each specific concentration may be found below.

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Concentration on Computer Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Concentration on Data Science
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Concentration on Game Development
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Concentration on General Computer Science
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Concentration on Software Engineering

To find out more information, please contact Cynthia Wagner, by calling (254) 299-8254, or cwagner@mclennan.edu.