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ETAM Review Notice

Spring 2024 ETAM applications are currently undergoing holistic review. Placement from holistic review will be available via email on July 2.

The Texas A&M University College of Engineering has more than 20 degree options. With so many options, we don't ask you to decide on a major during the first year.

Instead, you'll follow a common general engineering curriculum. This curriculum helps you to get started while exploring all our degree options.

After completing specific coursework required for the Entry to a Major (ETAM) process, which can be as early as your second semester, you'll let us know which majors interest you.

To prepare for ETAM, read more about the application process and guidelines. In addition, you should consult with your assigned academic advisor for guidance on ETAM and the common general engineering curriculum. This will help to ensure that you are prepared to apply for your preferred majors.

Entry to a Major Requirements

See Entry to a Major requirements for your class below.

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