Here at the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, we give you nearly limitless options for study.
Our undergraduate and graduate degree programs cover everything from wildlife and fisheries sciences to agribusiness, from forensic science to agricultural economics.
Our College is among the largest of its kind in the nation. The work of our faculty, staff and students help improve people’s lives around the globe.
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Our distinguished faculty and excellent students work to meet five Grand Challenges—feeding our world, protecting our environment, enriching our youth, improving our health, and growing our economy. We have more than 400 nationally recognized faculty members, including a Nobel laureate.
Our facilities are extensive. We work closely with Texas A&M AgriLife Research and the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, which provide a wealth of resources and opportunities for faculty and student research and outreach.
Our degree programs vary greatly and have many different requirements, but they do have some things in common. Most programs have a hands-on component, whether that’s an internship, research, study abroad, or service learning. Many of our majors also have a strong focus on science, technology, engineering, and math. You’ll also find an emphasis on leadership throughout our programs. And each one is designed to help prepare students for the 21st-century job market.
Another thing our programs have in common is excellent teaching. Many of our faculty and staff have won national and university-wide teaching awards. And we reward our best teachers with the Dean’s Outstanding Achievement Awards — whether they are faculty members, staff members or student instructors.
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