Degrees: Bachelor's, Master's
Programs: Agriculture, Business, Journalism, Radio/Television, Interior Design, Sound Recording Technology, Cinematography and others (about 120 total)
Tuition Range: $4,000 - $9,000 per Semester
Located in northeast Texas, Steven F. Austin University is a mid-sized institution, enrolling about 13,000 students and offering degree programs in about 120 different areas of study, including Agriculture, Agribusiness, Music, Art, Education and more. Interestingly, SFASU offers a significant number of media-related majors for a school of its type and size; these include majors in Radio-Television, Interior Design, Sound Recording Technology (through its Music Department) and Digital Media and Cinematography (both offered through the Art Department).
SFASU is a public state university operating in a standard college format, so expect to invest about 4 years for a bachelor’s degree, and 2-3 years for a master’s. Tuition is assessed by credit load, but is discounted for Texas residents; full-time undergraduate resident students pay about $4000 per semester with fees, while non-residents pay more than double that amount.
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