Finish your bachelor’s degree as a transfer student (junior- and senior-level classes) or get your master’s degree at UHV Katy, 2002 W. Grand Parkway N., Building 2, Katy, Texas 77449 (off TX-99 and Franz Road, near I-10). We’re located on the third floor.
As part of the UH System, UHV offers face-to-face programs in Victoria and Katy, as well as online. UHV recently was voted by readers of the Katy Times as the 2016 Best College in Katy. Our popular Master of Business Administration is ranked the third-largest MBA program in Houston.
UHV has classes to fit any schedule, with top-quality instruction at a price you can afford. A bachelor’s degree from UHV will prepare you to establish a successful career or go on to pursue graduate and even post-graduate studies.
- Earn a Master of Business Administration for less than $23,000.
- Obtain a CACREP-accredited Master of Education in counselor education.
- Become a school psychologist with a Master of Arts in school psychology.
- Transfer your associate degree from a local community college.
- Learn more about waiving six MBA courses while completing your Bachelor of Business Administration at UHV.
Last school year, 932 students transferred to UHV from community colleges and four-year colleges or universities. Some had completed an associate degree, and others had coursework toward their goal of obtaining a bachelor’s degree. You can take UHV classes in Katy and earn a bachelor’s degree from one of the most affordable public universities in Texas. We can help you with specific transfer plans, financial aid and career goals. Let us help you get into that career you want. Please contact us at 281-396-3700 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information if you are transferring to UHV Katy from a community college.
Make sure you are ready for the semester! Learn more about what you need to do to become a graduate student at UHV and earn your master’s degree.
As an international student you'll feel at home at UHV. Check here to make sure that you’ve completed all the steps needed to address visa issues, get in touch with a degree plan advisor, make housing arrangements and more.