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Ready to Work

Continue Your Education with Ready to Work

Finish your degree with the Ready to Work program at A&M-SA

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San Antonio Ready to Work will help students attain their degrees while providing tuition assistance and wraparound services. Find out how Ready To Work can help you reach success by completing the inquiry form below. If you have questions, please email us at

For information on all the programs of study approved for Texas A&M–San Antonio and all other institutions, please view the approved training catalog.

Are YOU Ready to Work?

Ready to Work provides tuition assistance for the members of the San Antonio community. Participants will have opportunities to secure employment in high-demand and well-paid careers. Aside from tuition assistance some of the other services offered through Ready To Work include case management, job skills training, life skills coaching, job placement services, and job retention services. If you are interested in enrolling in the Ready to Work program and start pursuing your bachelor’s degree, please complete the interest form below. Once you submit the inquiry, a Ready to Work team member will reach out to you.
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Bachelor of Business Administration

  • Accounting
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Finance
  • General Business
  • International Management
  • Management (Entrepreneurship, HR, Supply Chain concentrations)

Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences

  • Business
  • Early Childhood
  • Criminology and Criminal Justice
  • Information Technology
  • Information Assurance and Security

Non-Traditional Student

Bachelor of Science

  • Biology
  • Biology with Teacher Certification
  • Cell and Molecular Biology
  • Child Development
  • Computer Science
  • Cyber Engineering
  • Technology
  • Cyber Security
  • Electronic Systems
  • Engineering Technology Kinesiology Pre-PT
  • Kinesiology
  • Physical Education
  • Interdisciplinary Studies (EC-6 or 4-8 Bilingual Generalist)
  • Interdisciplinary Studies (EC-6 or 4-8 Generalist)

Bachelor of Arts

  • Communication
  • English
  • English with Teacher Certification
  • History
  • History with Teacher Certification
  • Spanish

Target Industries

Manufacturing/Oil and Gas/Energy

Education/Professional Services/Other



Information Technology/Cyber Security


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18 years old when applying for the program

Permitted to work in the United States

Resident of the City of San Antonio

Possess at least 30 college credits

Income less than 250% of federal poverty guidelines

(Currently $36,450 for an individual, or $75,000 for a household of four)

Willing to take assessments relating to barriers, academics, skills aptitude, and workplace readiness

Committed to complete program

Bachelor's Degree Program

Annual cap of $4,100 per Participant Individual

Available for participants that have already earned at least 30 college credits at the time of intake

Tuition Assistance is not available for existing Bachelor’s degree holder


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