What do we do?
We go beyond the field, lab or classroom. The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences provides hands-on, first-hand learning opportunities and experiences to each student, preparing them to go beyond College Station to reach every Texan. Our students are finding solutions for urgent global and local challenges in Agriculture, Health, Education, Public Policy, Economics, and the Environment.
How many departments does the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences have?
We have 15 departments and 300+ world-class faculty members who are leaders in dozens of disciplines.
How many programs does the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences have?
Our 7,000+ undergraduate and graduate students can choose from nearly 100 programs and many opportunities to work or study abroad.
What unique facilities and learning opportunities does the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences offer?
Our faculty have unique opportunities to teach beyond the classroom in settings as diverse as the Rosenthal Meat Science and Technology Center and the Leach Teaching Gardens.
We provide our students with the tools they need to make breakthrough discoveries, such as a flying pink squirrel, create new learning tools, like a podcast or video game that simulates cattle care; or provide workshops with the Center for Coffee Research.
Texas A&M AgriLife
We are part of Texas A&M AgriLife, a large organization that includes state research and extension efforts and provides countless options for research and study for faculty and students. The following units make up Texas A&M AgriLife:
- Texas A&M AgriLife Extension
- Texas A&M AgriLife Research
- Texas A&M Forest Service
- Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory
- College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Universities and Agencies
We are proud to be a part of the designated land-grant institution for Texas.
We collaborate with various state agencies, universities, government organizations and industry groups around the world. Our goal is to give our students the opportunities and support they need to impact Texas and ultimately change the world for the better.