Texas Trade Schools


Local trade schools and online technical colleges in Texas with a variety of accredited certificate training classes, associate’s and bachelor’s degree programs.

Use the course search application to find trade school and college classes near you. Career training options include auto mechanic, construction & skilled trades, medical assisting and healthcare services, cosmetology, CDL driver, business administration, HVAC technology and many others.

Texas Trade Schools & Technical Colleges

The Texas colleges listed here are accredited and have financial aid assistance for those who qualify.

Dallas Nursing Institute – Richardson, TX

Del Mar College – Corpus Christi

Aviation Institute of Maintenance – Houston, Irving

Virginia College – Lubbock, Austin

UEI College – Houston

Tulsa Welding School – Houston

Millis Training Institute – Burleson

Vista College – Killeen, Beaumont, College Station, El Paso, Lubbock, Longview

South Texas Vo-Tech – Brownsville, Corpus Christi, McAllen, San Antonio, Weslaco

Universal Tech Institute – Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston

Roadmaster CDL Training – San Antonio

College of Health Care Professions – Houston, Austin, Dallas, San Antonio

Altierus – Houston, San Antonio, Austin, Fort Worth

Drive Pro CDL Training – Ranger, Early, Stephenville

Southern Careers Institute – Austin, Brownsville, Corpus Christi, Harlingen, Pharr, San Antonio

MIAT – Houston

Fortis Institute – Houston North & South

Swift CDL Training – Corsicana

Brightwood College – Arlington, Brownsville, Beaumont, Corpus Christi, Dallas, El Paso, Fort Worth, Friendswood, Houston, Laredo, Mcallen, San Antonio

Remington College – Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston

Lincoln Technical – Grand Prairie

NAU – Austin, Houston, Lewisville, Mesquite, Richardson, Killeen

International Schools – Austin, Dallas, El Paso, Sunland Park, Lubbock, South Marshall, McAllen, Odessa, Texarkana

Online Schools

Popular Texas Trade School Programs

Choose from accredited Texas certification training classes that take from 6 weeks to 1 year to complete, 2 year associate degree programs and 4 year bachelor’s degree courses. Some popular courses include:

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Some schools have online programs, evening and weekend classes and job placement services too.

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