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Admission Deadlines

For consideration for admittance, refer to the following guidelines and application deadlines. Please note that because decisions are made on a rolling basis, we recommend you submit your application as soon as possible.

Below are the biomedical engineering departmental deadlines for graduate applications. Applications must be complete by this date in order to be considered for admission review. Complete applications include those that have all the below requirements submitted and received by the BME graduate office on the date of the deadline. It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that all documents are received by EngineeringCAS by the specific graduate department/program deadline.

Semester U.S. Residents International Students
Fall (funding priority) December 1 December 1
Fall (final deadline) May 1 March 1
Spring (final deadline) October 1 July 1

How to Apply

You will be required to submit the following in order to apply:

  1. EngineeringCAS application
  2. A statement of purpose that is approximately one page, but no more than 2 pages.
  3. Unofficial transcripts.
  4. Three (3) letters of recommendation.
  5. Required application fees:
    1. All applicants are required to pay the Texas A&M University application fee.
    2. International students are also required to pay the EngineeringCAS processing fee.
  6. Résumé or CV
  7. Language requirement for international students.

The GRE requirement has been waived for spring 2022, fall 2022 and spring 2023 applicants.

Support for the application system is provided by EngineeringCAS.

Apply at EngineeringCAS

EngineeringCAS
Phone: 857-304-2048
Email: engineeringcasinfo@liaisoncas.com
Hours: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (Eastern time)

Tips for Applying

When reviewing applications all components of the application are taken into consideration by the admissions committee. However, the below guidelines are examples of the qualities we look for in applicants. Please note that these are not required and applicants missing one or more of these criteria will still be evaluated for admission.

  1. Recommended GPA of 3.5 or higher
  2. Statement of purpose, which should include the following information:
    1. A brief description of you, your background, and interest in biomedical engineering
    2. An explanation as to your motivation for selecting Texas A&M University and your chosen degree program
    3. The names of specific faculty you are interested in working with and why (M.S. and Ph.D. only)
    4. Any other information you think will assist our admissions committee in reviewing your application
  3. Professional resume or CV, which should concisely communicate the remaining criteria on which you will be evaluated, including:
    1. Specific coursework completed
    2. Engineering industry or professional experience
    3. Research experience
    4. Professional service (e.g. participation and/or leadership in professional organizations and STEM outreach programs, teaching/mentoring experience)
    5. Professional communications (e.g. posters, conference presentations, authorship on publications, proceedings, books and patent applications)
    6. Awards and honors

Students who wish to transfer into the Biomedical Engineering Graduate Program from another graduate program within Texas A&M University should read over the department's transfer policy.

Review Process

Admission applications to a degree program are evaluated by the BME Graduate Program Committee appointed by the department head. The committee uses a student information database to evaluate all materials provided by applicants. After committee review, the applicant is either granted or denied admission via a voting process. Based on the outcome of the vote, all admitted applicants will be notified via electronic communication from the department. The Texas A&M University Office of Admissions will communicate the official decision to the applicant.

For more information about our Graduate Program, please visit the graduate student handbook.

College-Level Graduate Admission Requirements

All graduate engineering applications will be submitted using EngineeringCAS, a centralized application service.

College-Level Graduate Admissions