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College-Level Graduate Admission Requirements

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

College-Level Graduate Admissions

Application Process and Deadlines

Applications for graduate study should be completed by using the EngineeringCAS System: EngineeringCAS. Application fees, deadlines, required documentation, test scores and other requirements are explained in the materials associated with the application.

Deadlines for Fall (September) admissions:

  • Ph.D. degrees: December 15
  • In-person Master's degrees (thesis and non-thesis):  January 15
  • Distance Master's degrees (non-thesis only): July 15

Deadline for Spring (January) admissions: 

  • Ph.D. degrees: September 1
  • In-person Master's degrees (thesis and non-thesis): September 1
  • Distance Master's degrees (non-thesis only): December 1

All deadlines apply to both international and U.S. applications. All applicants are considered for financial aid. There is not a separate financial aid application.

Current or recent Texas A&M undergraduates interested in Master's programs should consider the Quick Admit program, which has different deadlines. 

The department also has a frequently asked questions (FAQ) and answer list.


Please consult our FAQ page about graduate admissions. Specific questions not answered in these documents should be directed to