Program Location Information
We know location is important. That's why we have four options for you to choose from! Use the table below to find out where your preferred program is offered, then learn more about that city by scrolling down! Want more information than what we've provided here? Just shoot us an e-mail - we're always happy to help!
|Biomedical Sciences M.S. - Graduate Medical Sciences Concentration
|Biomedical Sciences Ph.D.
|Pharmaceutical Sciences M.S.
|Pharmaceutical Sciences Ph.D.
|Public Health MPH and Certificate
|Abilene, Lubbock, Online
No matter where you're from, you'll find a little bit of everything in Abilene, and much of it with a special West Texas twist!
Abilene serves as a regional center for distribution, commerce, industry, transportation, and education - providing it with an assortment of lodging, dining, cultural, and shopping opportunities typically only found in larger cities.
Abilene plays host to a variety of family-friendly activities, including their zoo, many parks and rec athletic leagues, hiking trails, and more!
If you don't have access to a vehicle, Abilene offers CityLink Public Transportation System. Additionally, Abilene has a low cost of living and shorter commutes. The City of Abilene has a list of the Top 10 Reasons to Relocate to Abilene.
For more information about life in Abilene, see the Abilene Chamber of Commerce webpage.
Amarillo is a unique, history-rich area located where the southern plains meet the desert. A unique blend of two American eras (working western ranches and a vibrant twenty-first-century economy), Amarillo is the perfect mix of old and new Texas traditions.
In Amarillo, rugged cowboy culture meets big-city sophistication. Whether you're looking for your next amazing outdoor adventure or you just want to see something new - Amarillo's got you covered. From shopping and dining to horseback riding and hiking, here, there's something for everyone.
For more information about visiting Amarillo.
Don't let the tumbleweeds fool you: there's a reason Lubbock is called the "Hub City." Home to Buddy Holly, the Red Raiders, and unmatched Southern hospitality, Lubbock is the heart of West Texas.
Whether visiting historic Lubbock landmarks or trying award-winning wine and tapas, Lubbock has something for everyone. In addition to year-round sports, Lubbock is also home to one of the first cultural arts districts recognized by the state. In Lubbock, art comes to life, stars shine brighter, and people are friendlier.
Citibus provides public transportation for Lubbock. For more information, view the City of Lubbock's Citibus page. Lubbock provides a low cost of living and all the benefits of a big city, with a small-town feel.
View the Visit Lubbock site to learn more about things to do in Lubbock!