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Agriculture and Life Sciences website

Texas A&M’s Agriculture program is one of the premier agriculture programs in the world, and ranks first in the number of undergraduate students. The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences prides itself on enriching leadership development. The college offers undergraduate degree programs in:

  • Agribusiness (AGBU)
  • Agricultural Leadership and Development (ALED)
  • Agricultural Communications and Journalism (AGCJ)
  • Agricultural Economics (AGEC)  
  • Agricultural Science (AGSC)
  • Agricultural Systems Management (AGSM)
  • Agronomy (AGRO)
  • Animal Science (ANSC)
  • Biochemistry (BICH)
  • Bioenvironmental Sciences (BESC)
  • Biological and Agricultural Engineering (BAEN)
  • Community Development (CDEV)
  • Dairy Science (DASC)
  • Ecological Restoration (ECOR) 
  • Entomology (ENTO)
  • Floriculture (FLOR)
  • Food Science & Technology (FSTC)
  • Forest Science (FRSC)
  • Genetics (GENE)
  • Horticulture (HORT)
  • Nutritional Sciences (NUSC)
  • Plant and Environmental Soil Science (PSSC)
  • Poultry Sciences (POSC)
  • Rangeland Ecology and Management (RLEM)
  • Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Sciences (RPTS)
  • Renewable Natural Resources (RENR)
  • Spatial Sciences (SPSA)
  • Wildlife and Fisheries Science (WFSC)

     University Studies Concentrations   website

  • Agriculture and Life Sciences
  • Leadership Studies 

Architecture website

With over 1,500 students, Texas A&M's College of Architecture is one of the largest of its kind in the United States. The college offers a complete spectrum of programs in the design, planning, construction, and development professions. In addition to providing students with a solid educational background in areas fundamental to their degree programs, the college also conducts innovative and applicable research and provides educational outreach programs for citizens of the state of Texas. They offer undergraduate degree programs in:

  • Landscape Architecture (LAND)
  • Construction Science (COSC)
  • Environmental Design (ENDS)
  • Urban and Regional Sciences (URSC)
  • Visual Studies(VIST)

     University Studies Concentration website

  • Global Arts, Planning, Design and Construction

Environmental Design offers an Architectural Studies Option, as well as a Visual Studies Option (in the context of technologically based image making).

Business website

Mays Business School offers a combination of a broad education foundation and more specialized study that produces graduates uniquely qualified to deal with the rapidly changing and diverse global economy. The program of study in business provides students a background in the basic academic areas -- mathematics; humanities; natural and behavioral sciences; and, rhetoric and composition. Students simultaneously pursue introductory course work in accounting, economics, business computing systems and the legal environment of business. Upon successful completion of this broad-based course work, the student will begin to focus on a major field of study and a full range of business course work. Mays offers undergraduate degree programs in: 

  • Accounting (ACCT)
  • Agribusiness (AGBU)
  • Business Honors(BHNR) 
  • Management Information Systems (INFO - MIS)
  • Supply Chain Management (INFO - SUP) 
  • Finance (FINC)
  • Management (MGMT)
  • Marketing (MKTG)

     University Studies Concentration website

  • Business

Education website

The College of Education is responsible for managing programs for the preparation of certified school personnel at all levels. Other programs in the college prepare students for specific human service roles in the private sector and within community agencies. The College of Education offers undergraduate degree programs in:

  • Interdisciplinary Studies (INST): Elementary and Middle School Education, Special Education, and Hispanic Bilingual Education 
  • Health (HLTH): School Health Education, Community Health and Applied Health
  • Kinesiology (KINE):Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport Management
  • Human Resource Development (HRD)
  • Technology Management (TCM)

     University Studies Concentration  website

  • Dance

Students seeking secondary certification in areas other than Health or Kinesiology must major in an academic discipline offered through the appropriate college.

Engineering website

Engineering is the application of science and mathematics to the solution of relevant problems in our society. To a great extent, our current standard of living and high level of technology are due to the diligent and innovative efforts of engineers. The College of Engineering offers undergraduate degree programs in:

  • Aerospace (AERO)
  • Biomedical (BMEL)
  • Chemical (CHEN)
  • Civil (CVEN)
  • Computer Science (CPSC)
  • Computer Engineering (CECN)
  • Electrical (ELEN)
  • Engineering Technology (ENTC)
  • Industrial (INEN)
  • Industrial Distribution (IDIS)
  • Mechanical (MEEN)
  • Nuclear (NUEN)
  • Ocean (OCEN)
  • Petroleum (PETE)
  • Radiological Health (RHEN)

Transition Academic Programs

Students in General Studies (GEST) take courses that fulfill the core curriculum requirements while exploring potential degree plans. All students are expected to identify a major by the time they have completed 60 hours (about four to five semesters of college-level work.) The keynotes of General Studies are exploration and flexibility. Once a student has had the opportunity to explore a potential major, and has discussed options with an advisor in the Transition Academic Programs office, the student will be better able to make an informed decision about declaring a major.

Geosciences website

The lithosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere form the environment for life on this planet. The study of these realms and their interactions with each other, the biosphere, and with humans comprises the geosciences. The College of Geosciences offers undergraduate degree programs in:

  • Earth Sciences (ESCI)
  • Environmental Geoscience (ENGS)
  • Environmental Studies (ENST)
  • Geography (GEOG)
  • Geology (GEOL)
  • Geophysics (GEOP)
  • Meteorology (METR)

     University Studies Concentration  website 

  • Geography

Liberal Arts website

The Liberal Arts program offers students an opportunity to explore the intellectual achievements of humankind through a disciplined and responsible study of issues that have been of enduring importance to people. Thus, courses in liberal arts help students develop a sensitivity to the questions and values that confront them in their daily lives. At the same time, skills are built which can be put to use in solving complex problems. One of the program's principal objectives is to achieve the hallmark of an educated person: a fundamental knowledge of the forces that have shaped and continue to direct our cultural identity. The College of Liberal Arts offers undergraduate degree programs in:

  • American Studies (AMST)
  • Anthropology (ANTH)
  • Communication (COMM)
  • Telecommunication Media Studies (TCOM)
  • Economics (ECON)
  • English (ENGL)
  • European and Classical Languages and Cultures (French, German, Russian and Classics)
  • Hispanic Studies (SPAN)
  • History (HIST)
  • International Studies (INTS)
  • Performance Studies (Music and Theater Arts)
  • Philosophy (PHIL)
  • Political Science (POLS)
  • Psychology (PSYC)
  • Sociology (SOCI)

     University Studies Concentration  website

  • Race, Gender and Ethnicity

Science website 

Nature, its origins and its evolution, its strengths and its frailties, its order and its perceived disarray, constitutes the realm of study classified as science. Scientists search for interconnecting relationships and traits of order to understand the nature of our universe. Each new discovery provides additional knowledge and frequently enables the solution of previously perplexing questions. Often technology is able to transform scientific discovery into applications which are beneficial to our everyday living. Technology would be impoverished were it not for the new knowledge continually being sought by scientists. At the same time, science could not progress without the advances in instrumentation and techniques generated by technology. Thus, a symbiotic relationship exists between science and technology, a relationship which permeates the courses and programs in the college. The College of Science offers undergraduate degree programs in:

  • Applied Mathematical Science (APMS)
  • Biology (BIOL)
  • Botany (BOTN)
  • Chemistry (CHEM)
  • Mathematics (MATH)
  • Molecular and Cell Biology (BMCB)
  • Microbiology (MBIO)
  • Physics (PHYS)
  • Statistics (STAT)
  • Zoology (ZOOL)

     University Studies Concentration  website 

  • Math for Teaching

Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences website

Biomedical Science is a broad field of applied biology that is directed toward understanding health and disease. The curriculum is designed to provide a strong four-year education that emphasizes versatility of the graduate in the biological and medical sciences. A highly effective counseling program assists the students with the development of an individualized approach and course package that orients and prepares the students for entry into the medical and allied health field of their choice. Such an approach enhances their educational experiences, improves their placement in professional programs, and facilitates their entry into the biomedical science job market. The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences offers an undergraduate degree program in:

  • Biomedical Science (BIMS)

     University Studies Concentration  website

  • Biomedical Science

 

* Pending approval by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board

 


Programs in Transition Academic Programs are supported with funding from The Association of Former Students.
The Department of Transition Academic Programs is an Equal Opportunity Employer