At Texas A&M, our faculty and students are driven by the spirit of discovery and committed to pushing back the boundaries of knowledge.
Each year, the university's 2,800 faculty were involved in over 600 initiatives in more than 80 countries, generating a record $705 million in annual research expenditures.1 The College of Science alone is responsible for nearlly $60 million2 of that research, including $6.3 million in indirect cost return2 that is reinvested in new and continuing projects.
It is in the applicant's best interest first contact their department advisors for area-specific guidance to the application process.
All applications for admission to Texas A&M University are handled by the Office of Admissions. To apply, you must complete the University's standard application form, available online (preferred method) at www.applytexas.org.
For more information or specific questions concerning admissions, visit the Office of Admissions & Records.
General Application Requirements
- Completed application form
- Three letters of recommendation
- Statement of Purpose (background, reasons for pursuing study, etc.)
- Official transcripts from all senior-level, post-secondary institutions
- GRE or GMAT scores
- TOEFL or IELTS score (if native language is not English)
Think You Can't Afford Graduate School?
The College of Science at Texas A&M University is actively seeking graduate students who are interested in furthering their careers in science and mathematics. We offer different avenues for funding your continued education. From summer stipends to fellowships, we have the right program to fit your needs.
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1 2011. Division of Research, Texas A&M University.
2 2011. "College of Science Annual Report," Office of the Dean, College of Science, Texas A&M University.