In the College of Science, we specialize in creating exceptional learning opportunities in our classrooms and laboratories and take pride in our hands-on approach to higher education and our underlying obligation to make a global difference as we prepare students for successful futures. Our departments offer a variety of degrees featuring flexible learning, research, and training opportunities. From broad-based instruction to heavy emphasis in a specific area, our advisors can help you chart a customized college course to make your dream a reality.

Biology accounts for two-thirds of our undergraduate students and is one of the most popular majors at Texas A&M

Chemistry ranks 10th among public graduate programs and 24th overall (U.S. News & World Report, 2019)

Statistical analysis and data mining are among today’s hottest skills (LinkedIn, 2018)

Our graduate nuclear physics program ranks 7th in the nation and 5th among public universities (U.S. News & World Report, 2019)

Mathematics is one of the most versatile of all undergraduate college majors

Statistics’ online master’s program ranks No. 1 in the nation (AffordableCollegesOnline.org, 2019)

Degrees

Bachelor of Science Degrees (B.S.)

Bachelor of Arts Degrees (B.A.) (requires minor)

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Interdisciplinary

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Forensic Chemist

Investment Banker

Optometrist

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News

Texas A&M Biology Major Annabel Perry Finds Place in World of Science Through Research

Every picture tells a story. One of Annabel Perry’s childhood favorites features her as a grinning 10-year-old clutching a gigantic bullfrog, a slightly out-of-focus snapshot of both place and time that captures her budding interest in the natural world and her future as a scientist — a career path and underlying passion accelerated by undergraduate research and key faculty mentors at Texas A&M University.

This little girl with the bullfrog, however, didn't start out with all the tools she needed to succeed as a scientist. Perry, who was homeschooled as a child in Milford, Texas, grew up believing that women were less logical than men, evolution was not real and human behaviors were not biologically determined. She didn't seriously question those beliefs until, at the age of 16 after researching [...]

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