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The Texas A&M-Concho Engineering Academy at Midland College is an innovative co-enrollment program that provides a pathway to students interested in pursuing a Texas A&M University engineering degree. Students admitted to the academy are Texas A&M University students co-enrolled at the Texas A&M College of Engineering and at Midland College. 


Students in the academy enroll in mathematics, science and core curriculum courses through Midland College, and have the unique opportunity to enroll in Texas A&M engineering courses taught by Texas A&M faculty on the Midland College campus. Students can spend a minimum of one year or a maximum of two years co-enrolled at Midland College before transitioning full time to Texas A&M University in College Station to finish their bachelor’s degree.  

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