Q. How do I apply for admissions to Texas A&M University?
A. All students must submit a Texas Common Application along with official transcripts, required test scores and the appropriate application fee. This application can be submitted online at the Office of Admissions or you may visit the office location at:
General Services Complex
Office of Admissions and Records
750 Agronomy Rd., Suite 1610
College Station, TX 77843
Q. If I am seeking a graduate degree, do I have to take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE)?
A. This examination is not required by the university for admission into graduate school, however, it is required by the department. It is one of the many factors reviewed for admission. The GRE must be taken within 5 years of submitting application for full admission. Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores are not required for MS in Sport Management or Health Education programs at this time.
Q. How long do I have to complete my degree?
A. Graduate students must complete a master's degree within seven years and a doctoral degree within ten years.
Q. When are applications due?
|Master's Applications for Spring||October 1|
|Master's Applications for Summer/Fall||January 15|
|Doctoral Applications for Spring||August 1|
|Doctoral Applications for Summer/Fall||January 15|
Q. What is the residency requirement?
A. Texas A&M University requires all graduate students to complete a residence requirement during their degree program, including the masters online program. This requirement can be waived if appropriate documentation is submitted indicating the student works full-time. The major purpose of this requirement is to ensure that the student has an opportunity to benefit from the advantages of a university environment. Equally important to the graduate student are the advantages of becoming acquainted with the faculty and other students on a personal and a professional basis. For more information, please refer to Residence Requirement. Only doctoral students are required to fill out a residency form and submit it to the department.
Q. Where can I find out what courses will be offered for a given semester?
A. Class schedules can be viewed online at the Howdy portal. Summer and Fall schedules are usually available by mid-March; Spring schedules are usually available by mid-October.