Interdisciplinary engineering degree programs allow students to develop unique skill sets and specialize in areas that may not be provided in traditional department degree programs. Such specializations may be driven by emerging technical fields or by a students desire to have an immersive interdisciplinary experience.
Texas A&M University’s College of Engineering offers Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degrees, Master of Science (M.S.) degrees and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees in Interdisciplinary Engineering (ITDE).
Dr. Timothy Jacobs
Director, Interdisciplinary Engineering Programs
Academic Advisor III, General Engineering
Director, Graduate Programs