Texas School of Business

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Originally founded in 1983 as a small, private, secretarial school, Texas School of Business is located in the Houston area. Over the next 20 years, Texas School of Business went on to expand to have a total of four campuses, and then in 2004, the school partnered with Kaplan Higher Education Corporation.

Texas School of Business provides its students with a higher education program to help prepare for a successful career after graduation.

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- Hands-on training allows for a real life learning environment
- Option for day or night classes allows for flexibility in students schedules
- Many options and assistance for financial aid
- Four locations in the Houston, TX area


- Transferability of credits not guaranteed

Texas School of Business has career-focused educational programs that allow for an easy transition from class to workplace.

- Allied Health
- Criminal Justice
- Information Technology

- East Campus
- Friendswood Campus
- North Campus
- Southwest Campus

After completing your program at Texas School of Business, they offer assistance in resume building, interview prep, and job searches in the fields you are qualified. Texas School of Business provides students a quality education for success in their careers. The flexible schedule allows the students to take night or day classes to fit into their life. Having a diploma from Texas School of Business is the first step into entry-level employment in the career you have chosen to pursue.

Common Mispellings
Texas Business School, Texas Business College, Texas College of Business

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