The University of Houston is continuing its drive to expand its presence in Northwest Houston. The UH Northwest Campus is a satellite campus for the University of Houston that allows students to complete selected undergraduate degrees (upper-division coursework only), graduate degrees, and certificate programs. Courses are offered at the Northwest Campus that will lead to College of Technology Bachelor of Science degrees in Retailing and Consumer Science, Supply Chain and Logistics Technology, and Organizational Leadership and Supervision, as well as Master of Science degrees in Human Resource Development or Technology Project Management.
This new facility, UH-NW Campus, offers a variety of different programs and has future plans to offer even more programs. For undergraduate students, the NW Campus offers Bachelor degrees in communication, retailing and consumer science, supply chain and logistics technology, organizational leadership and supervision, mechanical engineering technology, and psychology. For post-baccalaureate and graduate students, some programs offered are accountancy, human resource development, technology project management, among others. For undergraduate students currently enrolled at UH, they may also take a number of core classes at this location if they choose to do so.
Students enrolled in classes at the UH-NW Campus are still regular UH students and enjoy the same benefits.
The University of Houston is an institution that is always on its way to excellence, whether it is academically, environmentally, or accessibility. The University of Houston is well aware of its very diverse students, the different backgrounds and lifestyles that they have, and is striving to do as much as it can in catering to the students' needs. Students that enroll in classes at a satellite location are still regular UH students with all the same requirements, deadlines, resources, and benefits as main-campus UH students. UH students can also enroll in face-to-face classes at this satellite teaching center.
Page Updated: October 15, 2012 at 10:41 AM