Your educational needs. Our commitment.
At Texas School of Business, we strive to provide quality education by offering programs that combine general education, professional skills, and career-focused education to help you achieve your personal and career goals. Close to work or home, Texas School of Business offers four convenient locations in the Houston metro area.
Areas of Study*
- Allied Health
- Criminal Justice
- Information Technology
Gain comprehensive training designed to prepare you with the knowledge and skills that could help you pursue entry-level opportunities in the health care field. Experience the satisfaction of helping people when they need it most.
Maintain the security in our communities that will always be important to our society. Develop the decision-making and judgment skills that could help you pursue entry-level opportunities in the criminal justice field.†
Maintain and repair the computer systems virtually every organization relies on to conduct day-to-day business. Through hands-on training in computer laboratories, you could develop the communication, teamwork, and critical thinking skills to help you pursue entry-level opportunities in today’s competitive marketplace and become a productive member of a business office.
At Texas School of Business, we believe commitment works both ways. We are dedicated to your success and value your reason for going to school. That is why we are offering you an opportunity to experience real classes, for real credits, for an introductory period before having a tuition obligation.‡
Why Choose Texas School of Business?
- Flexible schedules
- Academic services
- Limited class sizes
- Career placement assistance
- Career-focused education
- Specialized training labs
- Experienced faculty and staff
Start today by taking the first step with Texas School of Business.
*Areas of study may vary by location.
†Additional academy training may be required for law enforcement positions. Applicants to the Criminal Justice program in the state of Texas will require additional training approved by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Education (TCLEOSE) upon graduation in order to seek the following positions: police officer, peace officer, sheriff’s deputy, bailiff, and jailer.
‡No credits will be earned if the student withdraws from the program. Students must withdraw before the close of business on the last day of the introductory course for tuition exemption. Students continuing beyond the introductory course will be responsible for tuition in full and the cost of course materials, including textbooks and uniforms.
While programs are designed to prepare graduates to pursue employment in their field of study, or in related fields, the School does not guarantee that graduates will be placed in any particular job, or employed at all.
Kaplan Higher Education or its authorized agents and representatives may contact me via email or telephone to discuss these and other educational opportunities in the future.