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Explore our online degree options. Through our Engineering Online program, you can study online to earn the same quality degree as you would in person.

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Learn more about how you can earn an engineering degree from Texas A&M University at our Galveston campus.

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How to Apply

Students interested in the Engineering at Galveston program should submit the traditional freshman application to Texas A&M University-College Station, available at the ApplyTexas website. It is recommended to indicate Galveston as your preferred location and to select one of the following majors: interdisciplinary engineering, computer science, multidisciplinary engineering technology or ocean engineering. This will ensure you are given full consideration for the Engineering at Galveston program.

Detailed instructions are as follows:

  1. Create account or login at the ApplyTexas website.
  2. Select Texas A&M University (College Station) as target university
  3. Select interdisciplinary engineering, computer science, multidisciplinary engineering technology or ocean engineering as first-choice major option
  4. In the Custom Questions For This Institution section (page 9), select Galveston as preferred campus

It's important to note that all admitted students follow a general engineering curriculum the first year to year and a half, whether beginning in College Station or Galveston. All students must utilize the Entry to a Major process to transition from general engineering into a degree-granting major. In this process, students have the ability to apply for majors offered fully in Galveston even if they began in College Station.

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