Howdy!. Purpose of the University Experience. To better understand the world To learn to accomplish complicated tasks To develop the ability to function as an autonomous professional. University Structure. UNIVERSITY. Texas A&M University. COLLEGE. College of
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Texas A&M University
Agriculture & Life Science
Science & Management
These courses will count for all majors:
(105, 106 or others)
(226 or others)
“It’s the nutrition and the safety of the food we eat. The quality of the air we breathe. The natural resources and wildlife we enjoy. And even the clothes we wear.”
Agricultural Communications & Journalism
Agricultural Leadership & Development
Agricultural Systems Management
Biological & Agricultural Engineering
Food Science & Technology
Forensic & Investigative Sciences
Plant & Environmental Soil Science
Rangeland Ecology & Management
Recreation, Park & Tourism Sciences
Soil & Crop Sciences
Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences
□ Environmental Studies
□ Renewable Natural Resources
□ Spatial Sciences
43-45 TAMU Core Curriculum Courses
30-36 Two Minors
26-15 Electives or prerequisite requirements
120 Total hrs required for University Studies Degrees
Go tounst.tamu.edufor a full list of
University Studies options
who must stay familiar with all
curriculums and requirements
for changing to all majors.
any of the colleges, so we
time to explore their options.
“I like working with computers, but I am not crazy about calculus.”
when applying. Application: go to Langford-A 219
Deadline: Oct 1 for Spring, Mar 1 for Summer, June 15 for Fall
Application: available in Architecture Building room A 219
Deadline: Mar 1 (once a year only for Summer/Fall)
At least 30 graded TAMU hours No more than 75 total hours
A 3.0 or above on 4+ Qualifying courses, including completion of both required math
ETC. . . . . .
65-85% of all college students change their major during their academic career.
“Everyone is telling me I should be a business major. Are there good jobs are out there for horticulture majors?”
Six years after the freshman cohort enrolls at TAMU, 50% graduate from a different college than the one they selected the first semester.
Kriss Boyd, Ph.D.
General Academic Programs
Texas A&M University