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The engineering industry is global and interconnected with supply, demand and service providers located anywhere in the world. An effective engineer in this global environment is one that complements their core technical knowledge with excellent cross-cultural competence and international exposure.

The International Engineering Certificate program prepares Texas A&M University undergraduates to join the global job market after they graduate. The certificate is only available to undergraduate students in the Texas A&M University College of Engineering.

In order to earn the certificate — which will be noted on the student’s permanent transcript — students are required to satisfy the following items.

  • Language Component: Three (3) credits of a 200-level course or above in a single language.
    • Students who took the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) to be admitted to Texas A&M can satisfy the language component by enrolling and passing the ENGL 210 with a "C" or better.
    • If you feel you are already proficient in a foreign language, learn more about language placement exams.
  • International and Cultural Component: Three (3) credits from the International and Cultural Diversity (ICD) courses and three (3) credits from the Cultural Discourse (CD) courses in the university core curriculum.
  • Global Engineering Design Component (ENGR 410): Three credits. Intercultural models and their application to engineering design in diverse, multinational and multidisciplinary settings; engineering design project working in international teams of students, faculty and industry experts; applying engineering skills to the project; includes the study and application of intercultural models, global enterprise fundamentals and remote collaboration technologies. Prerequisite: Junior or senior classification or approval of instructor.
  • 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.

Guidelines

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.

Requirements

  • Good academic standing within major department.
  • Obtain a "C" or better in each course taken toward 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 the final course(s) to complete certificate requirements.
  • Consult with an academic advisor prior to submitting the application for the certificate.

Certificate Application

Fill out the application for the International Engineering Certificate program below.

Application Form

Certificate Worksheet

Fill out the International Engineering Certificate Worksheet below

Worksheet Form

More Information

For more information about the International Engineering Certificate, please contact:

Ahmarlay Myint

  • Program Specialist I, Halliburton Engineering Global Programs
Ahmarlay Myint