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The Entry to a Major (ETAM) process uses a priority method that places you in your highest preferred major based on your academic performance, ETAM application and the program’s capacity.

After completing the specific coursework required to be eligible for ETAM, which can be as early as your second semester in the college, you’ll let us know which majors you are interested in. As an Engineering at Galveston student, you’ll have the choice of staying and earning your four-year Texas A&M engineering degree in Galveston for a certain number of B.S. degree programs, or you can move to the College Station or McAllen campuses to complete your degree.

For more information on eligibility requirements, visit our ETAM website.