Have you considered acquiring additional knowledge, strengthening your resume or increasing your value to potential employers? Consider graduate studies in the College of Science.

About Quick Admit

The College of Science is offering an expedited path to graduate study for Texas A&M seniors graduating in spring or summer 2020. This Quick Admit process is designed to be a short, simple application with no application fees or GRE requirement.

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Benefits

  • Short, simple application
  • No application fees
  • No GRE requirement
  • Expedited application review

Quick Admit Programs

Contact an Advisor

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Program Coordinator
Biology
jbradford@bio.tamu.edu
979-845-7755

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Graduate Programs Advisor
Mathematics
stewart@math.tamu.edu
979-862-4137

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Academic Advisor IV
Physics and Astronomy
skessler@tamu.edu
979-458-5948

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Academic Advisor III
Physics and Astronomy
superville@tamu.edu
979-845-7738

Statistics staff Andrea Dawson

Academic Advisor II
Statistics
andrea@stat.tamu.edu
979-845-8886

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Administrative Coordinator II
College of Science Office of the Dean
kristy@science.tamu.edu
979-458-1503

Graduate News

Texas A&M Biology’s Maureen Hayden Sets Sights on Helping Planet and People Through Science

Maureen Hayden ’21 has always had her sights firmly set on a career as a scientist and the possibilities that lie ahead. After all, for the longest time, it was about the only thing she could see clearly.

Hayden, a graduate student at Texas A&M University working toward her doctorate in marine biology, is legally blind. She was born with retinopathy of prematurity, an eye disorder that primarily affects premature infants. Because the retina in her right eye is completely detached, the vision Hayden does have is limited to her left eye and clinically classified as 20/400.

Navigating through her day-to-day responsibilities studying the effects of plastic pollution on Texas beaches as a member of marine biologist

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