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 9th among public graduate programs and 21st overall (U.S. News & World Report, 2023)

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

Our graduate nuclear physics program ranks 9th in the nation and 7th among public universities (U.S. News & World Report, 2023)

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

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


Bachelor of Science Degrees (B.S.)

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

Minors, Interdisciplinary

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Interdisciplinary

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Data Scientist


Financial Planner

Forensic Chemist

Investment Banker


Science Journalist

Software Engineer


Texas A&M Astronomers Celebrate Historic First Images From James Webb Space Telescope

Ever since NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope successfully launched on Christmas morning, Texas A&M University astronomer Casey Papovich has been looking forward to Christmas in July — a milestone moment marking the official end of the telescope’s six-month instrument calibration and testing period and the beginning of its scientific operations set to transform our understanding of the hidden universe throughout cosmic history.

For Papovich and his fellow astronomers across the globe, that wait is officially over, teased by NASA’s presidential preview Monday (July 11) of JWST’s very first [...]

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