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College-level Graduate Admission Requirements

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

Graduate Admissions

With the advancement of online admissions applications and online status checking, applying to Texas A&M University has never been easier. To find out steps to apply and submit an online application, visit the Office of Admissions.

The Office of Admissions is charged with handling many aspects of the application process, including receiving official documents such as the application and school transcripts, test scores, and application fees; however, admittance into the Zachry Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Graduate Program is determined by the department.

For department-specific admission requirements or questions, contact the Civil and Environmental Engineering Graduate Office. For specific questions related to your area of study, contact your area graduate coordinators, listed on the Civil and Environmental Engineering Graduate Office page. 

Those applying after the First Round Funding Deadline of Dec. 15 will still be considered for graduate assistantship and funding opportunities based on the availability of funds and positions. 

Application Deadlines

Fall Semester
International students: April 15
Domestic students: July 15

Spring Semester
International students: Sept. 15
Domestic students: Oct. 15

First Round Funding Deadlines

Fall Semester: Dec. 15
Spring Semester: June 1