Colleges and Schools

College of Agriculture student working in the lab

At the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, you can discover breathtaking innovations, experience the world through unique study abroad programs, and learn firsthand through internships.

School of Architecture students looks over his class project of a building model

The school offers multiple programs across a range of disciplines that impact the built, natural and virtual environments. The interdisciplinary curriculum prepares students to become leaders in their fields and embark upon careers that bring their ideas to life.

College of Arts and Sciences students working in the field

With over 130 programs of study, the college offers degrees that set its graduates apart. Armed with critical thinking and problem-solving skills, students in every major will be prepared for a changing world and the demanding and impactful careers ahead.

Mays Business students smiling while working through class assignments

Mays educates nearly 6,300 students in accounting, finance, information systems and operations management, management and marketing. The school consistently ranks among the top public business schools in the country for its programs and research.

School of Dentistry students work with a patient to improve their skills and knowledge

The school offers 10 dental specialties and is the largest oral health care provider in North Texas. Through education, research and community service, the school is dedicated to graduating exemplary oral health professionals who are passionate about improving the lives of others.

School of Education and Human Development student reads to a child

From day one, the school has met its charge to transform and enrich lives. Now home to 22 undergraduate degree options, 27 graduate degree options and eight minors across four departments, we are a school for leaders and teaching professionals.

College of Engineering Students work in a machine shop on a class project

With more than 22,500 students enrolled in 15 departments, the college is the largest on campus and is consistently ranked by U.S. News & World Report among the nation's top public undergraduate and graduate engineering programs.

School of Engineering Medicine student works to create new technologies in the lab

By combining engineering and medicine, the school is transforming health care through the training of physicianeers (physician engineers), the creation of medical technologies and translational research. Graduates receive a medical doctorate and Master of Engineering degree focused on the design and implementation of impactful medical technologies.

Bush School of Government and Public Service students, dressed in professional attire, walk together after class

The Bush School offers four graduate programs in public service, including master’s degrees in public service and administration, international affairs and international policy. We also offer an online master’s degree to prepare principled leaders for professional careers.

School of Law students smiles for a photo while looking over her notes

Today's lawyers must do more than just try cases in court. They need to negotiate agreements, draft contracts, craft settlements and mediate disputes. Our program emphasizes real-world legal skills that prepare students for all aspects of their careers.

School of Medicine student reviews x-rays

The school was created to serve the underserved populations of Texas with the core values of Texas A&M University. The school is leading the way for 21st-century medicine through research, clinical care, medical education, community impact and innovation.

School of Nursing students walk with their professor and look over clinical notes after class

Committed to preparing nurses as leaders within their profession, the school provides the foundation from which graduates excel. Our degree, certificate and continuing education programs are tailored to offer innovative academic opportunities through strategic partnerships and interprofessional collaborations.

School of Performance, Visualization and Fine Arts Students perform in an end of semester showcase

The school is for students who love to imagine, create, learn and grow. Here, students will gain the practical, real-world skills and theoretical frameworks needed to become leaders in the highly competitive fine arts world of the 21st century.

Irma Lerma Rangel School of Pharmacy student checks his work in the clinic with a professor

The school offers an exceptional program that prepares Aggie pharmacists through a balanced program of education, research and service. The Doctor of Pharmacy program provides the foundation to be general practitioners with the knowledge and skills needed to provide pharmaceutical care.

School of Public Health students checks the blood pressure of a patient

Public health is the science and art of preventing disease, prolonging life and promoting health. Our school is training future public health professionals to improve and protect community health and well-being with an emphasis on prevention among large groups of people.

School of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences students administer crucial care to a cow

Our school has evolved from only teaching future veterinarians to having a diverse student body, with programs that include science and technology journalism, cardiovascular science, neuroscience and epidemiology, for both graduate and undergraduate students.

Branch Campuses

Texas A&M Galveston student drives a boat in the Gulf of Mexico

Texas A&M University at Galveston is Texas' premier marine and maritime public institution of higher education. The university serves the state and nation by providing excellence in education and training for the next generation of marine and maritime professionals.

A student builds an electric circuit at the Texas A&M Qatar campus

The university offers bachelor’s degrees in chemical engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and petroleum engineering, as well as two graduate degrees in chemical engineering. Texas A&M at Qatar also provides instruction in science, mathematics, liberal arts and the humanities.

Whether you haven’t yet chosen a major or need more time to transition fully to Texas A&M University, there are many options to choose from to meet your needs and support you on your path to becoming an Aggie.