Texas A & M International University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (4)
It's a good school but I wish there were more job openings for my field. If you go for comm disorders plan to go to grad school because you will not find a job with just your bachelor's. The school overall is good. Teachers are good and you do learn.
This program gives you a background of the Spanish Literature represented by the professor from different countries such as Mexico, South America, and Spain. All the professor help to strive for more and achieve your academic goals. Nevertheless, TAMIU offers a lot of personal and professional opportunities to reach your goals.
The University is a beautiful campus that has many degree options. It is situated in South Texas on the U.S./Mexico Border. The majority of people living in this town are Mexican Americans and there is not much diversity outside of the University. TAMIU was named top 20 schools for "most bang for your buck". It has relatively low tuition rates; additionally, the quality of education is grand. A quality education is not based on the price tag associated with your degree; rather, it is associated with the passion and dedication of the student and the professors.
I learned a lot during the course of my student career. My professors were more than helpful when I was confused, and I found that it was insightful to take all the courses needed for my English degree. I enjoyed my time with my classmates as well, and some of us have become life-long friends. The degree program was challenging, but no one in Texas A&M gives up on you. It is a great experience.