First Year Undergraduate Curriculum

Freshman year curriculum is identical for most engineering undergraduate degree programs. Undergraduate students are admitted to the College of Engineering with a preference for the major noted on their admissions application and follow the same first-year engineering curriculum. The entry-to-a-major (ETAM) process is designed for students to take ownership of their future to identify at least three majors that are a good match for their career goals and academic performance.

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The Electronic Systems Engineering Technology (ESET) Program at Texas A&M University provides a recognized undergraduate educational program with an emphasis in electronics, communication, embedded systems, testing, instrumentation and control systems, performs applied research for educational, government, and industrial entities in the state and nation, and conducts professional development and other activities to meet the needs of the private and public sectors.

The program combines engineering and industrial knowledge and methods to develop, design, and implement new innovative products. Electronic Systems Engineering Technology graduates find challenging careers in the application engineering, test engineering, network analyst, system engineering, software developer and, engineering project management positions at high-tech companies.

Our Mission Statement 

The ESET program prepares graduates for immediate impact and long-term career success by providing a real-world, hands-on education coupled with personalized undergraduate applied research experiences in electronic product, test, and system integration engineering.