The Costa Rican News - The Campus Has a Capacity for 1,300 Students and Will Teach 5 Baccalaureates
With an initial investment of over US$ 10 million and capacity for 1,300 students, Texas Tech University (TTU) inaugurated its 1st international campus outside the United States last Thursday, May 10th, in San José, Costa Rica (CR).
It is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), the United States accreditation body for higher education institutions in 11 states of the United States, Latin America, and other international venues. They grant baccalaureate, masters, and doctorate degrees.
The American university will teach lessons in Costa Rica starting next August with 5 key baccalaureates of high demand from companies in the country and the region: Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, and Restaurant and Hotel Management.