The engineering industry today is global and interconnected with supply, demand and service providers being located anywhere in the world. An effective engineer in this global environment is one that complements his/her core technical knowledge with excellent cross-cultural competence and international exposure. The certificate program prepares TAMU undergraduates to join the global job market they will face once they graduate.
The International Engineering Certificate is only available to undergraduate engineering students within the Texas A&M University College of Engineering.
In order to earn the certificate, which is noted on the student’s permanent transcript, students are required to satisfy the following items listed below.
Language Component [See note 1]: Three (3) credits of a 200 level course or above in a single language-excluding English or student’s native language.
Six (6) credits from the International and Cultural Diversity courses in the university core curriculum. Check out core.tamu.edu
for a list of eligible courses.
Global Engineering Design Component
: Three (3) credits from one of the following:
- ENGR 410 Global Engineering
- Design course in an engineering department or study abroad program with a significant international component
International Experience Component Three (3) credits. The international experience component is a credit-bearing international internship, research, or approved study abroad program.
Please note that no course may be counted twice
Before starting the application for the Engineering International Certificate, students should set up a meeting with a representative of the Halliburton Engineering Global Programs.
The complete certificate application must be submitted to the Halliburton Engineering Global Program Office (Engineering Activities Building A).
- Good academic standing within major department.
- Obtain a "C" or better in each course taken towards certificate program.
- Achieve an overall GPR of 3.0 in approved certificate program coursework.
- Submit completed certificate worksheet to the Halliburton Engineering Global Programs upon registering for final course(s) to complete certificate requirements.
- Consult with an academic advisor prior to submitting the application for the certificate.
Course Requirement Summary
||International and Cultural Diversity courses in the university core curriculum
||ENGR 410 Global Engineering -OR- a design course in an engineering department with significant international component
For more information
Ms. Kathryn Jasper
Dr. David De Sousa
Engineering International Programs
Texas A&M Engineering
Engineering Activities Building
3126 - Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843-3126
Phone: (979) 845-9588
Fax: (979) 845-4925