Colleges & Majors

In a current competitive job market, choosing the right major is more important than ever. Students are encouraged to declare their major when they apply to Texas A&M and begin building their resume as soon as possible. Get involved with career-associated extra-curricular activities, follow your degree plan and stay connected with students and faculty within your major to stay on the right track.


College of Architecture

(979) 845-1144 | arch.tamu.edu
The planning, designing and construction of the world's buildings, cities and landscapes involve varied professional skills. Through the departments of Architecture, Construction Science and Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning, students understand and challenge the physical, social, economic and political forces that shape our environment.

MAJORS
Construction Science
Environmental Design
Landscape Architecture
Urban & Regional Planning
Visualization
University Studies

MINORS
Art
Art and Architectural History
Facility Management
Sustainable Architecture and Planning
Urban Planning


Mays Business School

(979) 862-3850 | mays.tamu.edu
With business knowledge, leadership and technical skills the Mays Business School develops effective managers, concerned citizens and life-long learners. This educational foundation equips graduates to deal with the rapidly changing and diverse global economy.

MAJORS
Agribusiness*

BUSINESS
Accounting
Finance
Management
Management Information Systems
Marketing
Supply Chain Management

University Studies

MINORS
Business

* Apply through College of Agriculture & Life Sciences


College of Education & Human Development

(979) 845-5311 | education.tamu.edu
Using research, teaching and service, the College of Education and Human Development fosters critically thinking professionals who add to the knowledge of teaching and learning. The college produces teachers and administrators by using new knowledge that improves the education industry.

MAJORS
HEALTH
Allied Health
Community Health
School Health

Human Resource Development

INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
Middle Grades - Language Arts/Social Studies
Middle Grades - Math/Science
EC-6 Generalist

INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
Bilingual Education
Special Education

KINESIOLOGY
Applied Exercise Physiology
Basic Exercise Physiology
Dance Science
Motor Behavior
PE Certification

Sport Management (Internship, Non-Internship)
Technology Management

University Studies

MINORS
Coaching
Creative Studies
Dance
Human Resource Development
STEM



College of Geosciences

(979) 845-3651 | geosciences.tamu.edu
The study of the earth's realms and their interactions comprise the geosciences. By participating in many geoscience research programs, the college fosters relationships with industry and government to educate students as geoscience professionals in all levels of industry, commerce, education and government.

MAJORS
Environmental Geoscience
Environmental Studies
Geography
Geographic Information Science & Technology
Geology
Geophysics
Meteorology
Spatial Sciences
University Studies

MINORS
Earth Sciences
Environmental Geosciences
Geography
Geoinformatics
Geology
Geophysics
Meteorology
Oceanography



School of Public Health

(979) 845-2387 | sph.tamhsc.edu
The mission of the School of Public Health is to improve the health of communities, with emphasis on rural and under served populations, through education, research, service, outreach and creative partnerships.

MAJOR
Public Health


College of Science

(979) 845-7361 | science.tamu.edu
Science is the study of nature, its origins, its evolution and its functions. Students, in general or specialized scientific study, search for relationships and traits of order to understand the nature of our universe.

MAJORS
Applied Mathematical Sciences
Biology
Chemistry
Mathematics
Microbiology
Molecular and Cell Biology
Physics
Zoology

MINORS
Biology
Chemistry
Mathematics
Neuroscience
Physics
Statistics


College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences

(979) 845-4941 | vetmed.tamu.edu
Biomedical Science is a broad field of applied biology that is directed toward understanding health and disease. A highly effective counseling program assists the students with the development of an individualized approach and course package that orients and prepares the students for entry into the medical and allied health fields. Biomedical Science graduates enter professional programs in a number of areas such as human medicine, veterinary medicine, dentistry, pharmacy and nursing.

MAJOR
Biomedical Science


Pre-med?  Pre-vet?  Pre-law?  Look here.
The Office of Professional School Advising provides assistance and information to students and former students of Texas A&M University who aspire to enter any professional school. Services include one-on-one advising, information on professional school selection, application opportunities and much more. Interested students should contact us early in their careers at opsa.tamu.edu.