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General note

This page offers information for students who are currently enrolled in our online Master of Engineering degree program. If this is your first semester, please read our new student requirements page. If you are a current Certificate Program student, please read the Certificate Students section for your information.


Current students of our online program should use Texas A&M University Gmail to send and receive information from our department.
NOTE: If you want your Texas A&M email set to forward messages to another email account, go to the Aggie Gateway and check your email forward settings under the "Email Settings" tab.

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Forms you will need

Most of the petitions and other forms you will use, along with information on graduation, are located on the Graduate and Professional School (GPS) forms webpage. You will submit most forms online.

Note: You must resend or update any forms when they expire, so keep records of the date and time limits of each form.

Your final project/report 

PETE 692 is your professional written report. It is also your final report (also called your Final Exam by Graduate and Professional School) and has a mid-semester deadline.

You will work one-on-one with the Chair (Advisor) of your committee. We suggest you:

  • Talk with your Chair about your topic and deciding on your topic the semester before you take PETE 692, due to deadline dates
  • Take PETE 692 as your last class, because you may have to do a lot of research
  • Start early - Keep checking the the GPS site for calendars/deadlines at the beginning of your last semester
  • Read our Graduation page for more information

Other important information

As a Master of Engineering student, you should bookmark the following links and visit them often during your degree program. We do our best to keep you informed, but ultimately YOU are the one who must keep up with all of the information and deadlines provided by Texas A&M University.

  1. Online Learning website – list of courses, contacts, resources
  2. Office of Registrar – academic calendar for start/end classes, deadlines for adding and/or dropping courses, and other information
  3. Graduate and Professional School (GPS) – degree plans, petition forms, and graduation steps, deadlines, and forms]
  4. Graduate Catalog – for courses, requirements and university regulations
  5. HOWDY – degree evaluation, registration, courses, billing, withdrawing, etc.
  6. Aggie Ring – all online master's degree students can purchase an Aggie Ring when they finish the program and earn their degree
  7. Student Business Services - student ID cards, billing questions, tuition and fees, refunds
  8. Aggie Traditions - fun stuff about being an Aggie
  9. Current Student Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)