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Explore our online degree options. Through our Engineering Online program, you can study online to earn the same quality degree as you would in person.

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Get inspired by experiences and opportunities shared by fellow engineering students.

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PK-12 Outreach Spark!

Students and organizations can bring hands-on activities or design challenges to your location or just visit as guest speakers.

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PK-12 and Educators Partnership Opportunities

You don’t have to be a college student to get involved with the Engineering Program of The Texas A&M University System. We offer several science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) events and programs throughout the year for students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. Educators can also earn professional development credits and learn skills to take back to the classroom. In addition, we offer professional development and continuing education opportunities.

Ways to connect

The Spark! pre-kindergarten through 12th-grade engineering education outreach office works to inspire the next generation of engineers and raise STEM literacy. Contact Spark! if you are interested in having a Texas A&M College of Engineering student or organization visit your school or out-of-school-time program.

Earn professional development credits, learn about STEM and find resources to take back into your classroom.

The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) has partnerships with two-year colleges and four-year universities, built on the commitment to collaboration that extends beyond the laboratory to solve real-world problems. This network supports TEES’ commitment to serve the state through research, workforce development and commercialization and entrepreneurship.

The Engineering Academy program is the first engineering transition program of its kind in the United States. Students are co-enrolled between two institutions, taking their math, science and core curriculum courses through the two-year institution, while taking engineering courses from Texas A&M faculty on the two-year campus.

It is critical that professionals stay up to date on new and emerging technologies in their respective fields. TEES Edge offers many opportunities for state-of-the-art professional development and continuing education. TEES delivers short courses, workshops and conferences.