Texas Christian University

Texas Christian University Admissions and School Information

Possible degree fields at Texas Christian University (TCU) include journalism, education and business. Located in Fort Worth, Texas Christian University awards bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees.

General Information about Texas Christian University

Established in 1873, Texas Christian University is a private, university affiliated with the Christian Church. Texas Christian University serves nearly 9,000 students with an endowment worth over $1 billion. The TCU mascot is the horned frog. Texas Christian University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

Admissions and Enrollment Information

Texas Christian University accepts incoming freshmen and qualified transfer students. Applicants are required to take either the SAT or ACT for admission. The school also requires an application fee. Applications can be completed online or mailed to the TCU admissions office.

Texas Christian University Academic Department

AddRan College of Liberal Arts

Students in the AddRan College of Liberal Arts can major in criminal justice, anthropology and philosophy. The college also offers graduate degrees in english and history. Popular majors among undergraduates include political science, geography and anthropology.

Brite Divinity School

The Brite Divinity School has degrees in divinity, theology and ministry. Students in the Brite school can only earn graduate degrees. The Brite Divinity School is accredited by the Christian Church. Members of the student body and faculty represent 30 different religious denominations.

M.J. Neeley School of Business

The M.J. Neeley School of Business offers a wide range of degrees in fields, such as accounting, business administration and marketing. Popular majors include business administration, finance and marketing. The school offers a number of MBA programs for working professionals.

College of Communication

Students in the College of Communication can major in journalism, film and digital media. Majors with the highest enrollments are advertising, radio and television studies and journalism. The college also offers a Master of Science degree in Communications Studies.

College of Education

The College of Education has degrees in secondary school education, art education and early childhood education. Popular degree programs include early childhood education, music teacher education and physical education. Graduates can earn doctorates in educational leadership and educational studies.

College of Fine Arts

Students in this college can study fields, like art, music, theater and dance. Popular majors include interior design, graphic design and art history. Master's degrees in music, studio art and art history are also available.

Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences

The Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences offers degrees in subjects, such as nursing, kinesiology and social work. Popular undergraduate programs include nursing, speech-language pathology and movement therapy. Graduate programs include a master's degree in kinesiology and a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree.

College of Science & Engineering

The College of Science and Engineering has degrees in chemistry, biology and computer science. The college offers a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering with an emphasis in either electrical or mechanical engineering. Popular majors include geology, physics and chemistry.


  • Address: TCU Office of Admission TCU Box 297013, Fort Worth, TX 76129
  • Phone: (817) 257-7000