Transferring to Texas A&M is a smart move — doubly so if you plan to major in a degree program within the College of Science. We offer multiple incentives toward obtaining your four-year science degree, including a national peer-reviewed model Transfer Learning Community to assist all our incoming transfer students in their transition to Texas A&M from other colleges and universities.


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How to apply

Transfer students must meet the qualifications outlined by Texas A&M.

Applicants applying to the College of Science should complete all required coursework for admission outlined in the desired major’s transfer course sheet. To be considered for transfer admission to Texas A&M’s College of Science, you must have at least a 3.0 GPA on a minimum of 24 hours of graded, transferable coursework. The College of Science will consider second-choice majors.

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Teacher Certification

Texas A&M leads the state in the production of university-prepared secondary mathematics and science teachers! You can double your career potential by obtaining a Texas high school science or math teaching certificate through aggieTEACH-Science as you earn your undergraduate degree.

Learn more about aggieTEACH-Science


Scholarships and Financial Aid

Each year, the College of Science awards more than $350,000 to almost 200 students across the college

In addition, we offer competitive financial stipends of $1,000 to National Merit and Hispanic Scholars.

Prospective and current students are eligible for both college- and university-wide scholarships, depending on qualifications and guidelines.

Submit a scholarship application

Science Advantage

You have limitless choices on what to major in at Texas A&M, and in the College of Science, we want you to be able to wonder, to dream, and to courageously achieve your goals, complete with the support and opportunities you can only experience as a student in Texas A&M Science.

Student News

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As universities across the U.S. and world transitioned this fall to online formats or a combination of in-person and virtual classes in response to COVID-19, laboratory science instructors found themselves working overtime to find suitable ways to replicate the hands-on experience and simultaneous safety training inherent within the traditional laboratory setting while also keeping their students remotely engaged and safe.

In a strange turn of events only a global pandemic could inspire, Texas A&M University chemists Alicia Altemose and Edward Lee decided against giving a final exam in their Fundamentals of Chemistry lab, instead challenging their [...]

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