The College of Science serves as a leading source of students entering medical, veterinary, dental or law school from Texas A&M, one of the state’s top producers overall among Texas universities for professional study programs. With more than 2,600 undergraduate students in the college, students can choose to pursue one of 32 degree paths and have the option to minor in one of our eight approved minors, in addition to having access to exclusive programs and experiences that set your undergraduate experience as a Texas A&M Science student apart from every other college on campus.

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How to apply

  • The fall freshman application opens July 1, and the deadline for applying is December 1.
  • The spring freshman application opens July 1, and the deadline for applying is October 15.
  • The summer/fall transfer application opens January 1, and the deadline for applying is March 1.
  • The spring transfer application opens July 1, and the deadline for applying is October 15.

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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 as you earn your undergraduate degree.

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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.

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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.

Undergraduate News

Undergrads Experience Research, Grad School Through Signature NSF Program

Experimentation is the heart of scientific discovery, a process often limited only by drive, imagination and opportunity. Dozens of undergraduate students from across the nation recently seized theirs, spending the past two months at Texas A&M University immersed in all things academic research while exploring their potential for graduate study, courtesy of a signature National Science Foundation program, Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU).

Texas A&M is one of hundreds of institutions nationwide serving as host sites for the prestigious, grant-based summer platform intended to enhance undergraduate participation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) research. For eight to 10 weeks each summer, REU students gain invaluable experience in [...]

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