Future Students


If you are looking for a graduate program that will prepare you for a challenging and rewarding professional future, you have found the right place!

Graduate Program

The Texas A&M University College of Engineering offers both disciplinary graduate degrees in established departments and interdisciplinary degrees that can span departments and colleges. Having hired more than 100 new tenure-track and tenured faculty since 2004, the level of research activity in the college is at an all-time high, with funding from some of the most prestigious sources to perform research in new arenas that push the boundaries of engineering. Your classes will be taught by some of the brightest minds in academia who are working to find solutions to some of the most pressing problems facing society.

Almost without exception, our departments are ranked among the top compared to their peers. If you seek more advanced study to specialize your skills, the non-thesis Master of Engineering may be the right choice and it can be augmented by internship experiences or various certificate programs. If it is a research degree you seek, our faculty are studying some of the most challenging engineering problems that exist today and in the future.

A graduate degree from Texas A&M University is a ticket into some of the best professional positions available because the Aggie tradition of excellence is recognized internationally not only in the engineering community.


Dr. Prasad Enjeti
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
College of Engineering

Dr. John E. Hurtado
Associate Dean for Student Affairs
College of Engineering