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Welcome to Texas A&M Engineering

We're so happy you joined us at Aggieland Saturday this year! Please take the time to explore the many ways that Aggie engineers change the world. Behind the smartphone you use every day, the medical equipment that diagnoses diseases and saves lives, and the airplane that takes you higher and faster than you ever thought possible are engineers who are driving today's most advanced technology. The Texas A&M University College of Engineering educates and prepares engineers with top-ranked programs, renowned faculty and some of the best-equipped teaching and research facilities. 

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What is 25 by 25?

It is a transformational education program designed to increase access for qualified students to pursue engineering education at Texas A&M University and increase our total enrollment to 25,000 students by 2025. This includes students on our College Station, Galveston, Qatar and McAllen campuses, online master's degree students and students in our statewide engineering academies. This initiative isn't just about increasing numbers. It is also about enhancing quality and excellence. Learn more here. 

Degree Programs

From aerospace engineering to petroleum engineering, the college of engineering offers 18 different majors. Find a degree program that fits your career goals.

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Find out what it takes to be an Aggie engineer and how to apply!

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Engineering Academies

The College of Engineering has created partnerships with several two-year institutions, increasing access and affordability to a Texas A&M engineering degree.

Engineering Innovation Center


More than 43 percent of engineering undergraduates receive some type of scholarship.

Engineering Entrepreneurship


The Engineering Entrepreneurship Program provides engineering students with opportunities to learn, understand and apply innovation and entrepreneurship skills.

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Programs and Student Organizations

Whether you're interesting in joining the Women in Engineering Program or participating in an exciting 48-hour Aggies Invent challenge, there are numerous opportunities for students to get involved and get the most out of their time as engineering students.

Global Programs

Global Programs

See and experience new cultures by studying abroad or participating in international internships or international research opportunities. Students may choose from many different countries in the world for an international program.

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Honors and Certificate Programs

Enhance the value of your degree by going beyond the traditional engineering curriculum through our certificate programs. And if you're a high achieving student looking for an extra challenge, try the Engineering Honors Program.

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The Engineering Commons is a living learning program for freshman engineering students, designed to ease the transition into the rigors of university life by offering academic, professional and social support.