With 1,400 graduate students in 14 academic departments, the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Texas A&M University is one of the largest graduate schools of its kind in the nation.
Reasons to consider the College
- Over 400 nationally recognized faculty, outstanding advisers who focus on the individual student, innovative and experiential learning methods, and world-renowned research – all making the college rank among the very best in the nation
- 31 master-level and 20 doctoral-level programs, including interdisciplinary degrees
- Seven distance education degree programs, including six master’s programs offered completely online
- Significant commitment to research both through the university and by working closely with Texas AgriLife Research and Extension
- Offers distance education including master’s degrees; a graduate certificate program in international agriculture; and study-abroad opportunities
- Research programs include human and animal health, genetics research, and disease prevention, offering opportunities for graduate students to work side-by-side in research experiences
- Is leading Texas’ bioenergy research programs in development and design of renewable energy sources and emerging technologies in partnership with Texas A&M Engineering
Interested in Applying?
When seeking admission to Texas A&M University & the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, you should submit your application and all required items to the Office of Admissions or the office of the departmental major. You should contact your specific department or program prior to applying to discuss your intent to apply. The decision to admit an applicant to a program of study is the shared responsibility of an academic department, faculty, and/or the college.
Contact the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences:
Theresa Nemec (firstname.lastname@example.org)
600 John Kimbrough Boulevard
College Station, TX
For more specific information please contact the Graduate Coordinator within the department of interest.