Applicants must complete at least 24 hours of graded and transferable courses at the time of application, all with a grade of C or better. GPA requirements for transfer admission vary by major, with the majority exceeding the minimum requirements for the transfer admission exam at Texas A&M. Successful applicants for undergraduate engineering programs at the College of Engineering have completed all or most of the listed courses prior to applying for transfer admission. Prospective transferees should review the information of prospective students accessible through the College of Engineering website for more information and details specific to each major. Transfer course sheets are available for each engineering major to provide guidance on specific transfer admission requirements. Applicants are asked to check with their department of interest for additional application requirements. Students can apply a maximum of 30 semester hours of approved extension class work and distance learning towards a degree. Students can request up to 12 hours of distance credit earned from an accredited institution for bachelor`s degree requirements, though Texas A&M does not offer correspondence courses. BBA`s entry requirements and advanced level (UL) application procedures are as follows: In addition to the application requirements outlined in each program, applicants with foreign transcripts must also attach a transcript evaluation from an assessment service that is a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services. A course-by-course list that reflects U.S. academic equivalents and semester credits is required. These reports must be sent directly from the assessment agency to the nursing CAS in the original sealed envelope. Send it to: NursingCAS, P.O.
Box 9201, Watertown, MA 02471. If you are shipping via UPS or FEDEX, send it to the NursingCAS Transcript Department, 311 Arsenal Street, Suite #15, Watertown, MA 02472. Students can speak to an advisor to determine transfer points based on the results of the assessment. Texas A&M University accepts the “ApplyTexas and Coalition” application. Additional requirements include: Students who do not meet established threshold values or other approved exceptions for the IST assessment must, under Texas law, enroll and actively participate in an academic course and/or skills program each semester before meeting all TSI requirements. Academic Skills courses in each of the three TSI areas are offered by Texas A&M. Failure to meet the participation requirements of the Academic Competency Course will result in withdrawal from Texas A&M. The hours of these courses do not count towards a degree program, but may be counted towards the determination of full-time status. For more information, see asc.tamu.edu/TX-Success-Initiative/TSI-FAQs. Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.00 for at least 45 hours of transferable courses graded at the time of application and meet all Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) biomedical science requirements to be considered for admission to the biomedical sciences.
Students who begin a series of courses that have a two-semester sequence are encouraged to complete both courses in order before moving on to Texas A&M. No second-choice major will be considered. Summer admissions are not accepted. For more information, visit the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences website. You can access the appropriate bachelor`s degree application from the ApplyTexas application website (www.applytexas.org), the Coalition application website (www.coalitionforcollegeaccess.org/), or the Texas A&M University website (admissions.tamu.edu). For students accepted to Texas A&M University in the 2021-2022 academic year, the university had a 67% acceptance rate. This means that out of 100 applicants, 67 were admitted and 33 received rejection letters. The admissions process is selective and below-average students will have a hard time getting admitted.
Submitting a GPA score is one of Texas A&M`s minimum requirements to enroll. Without surrogacy, there is a high probability of being rejected by the admissions committee. Therefore, it is important to meet the requirements of the GPA. Applicants for admission or readmission to Texas A&M may elect to remove university courses completed at least 10 years prior to their application deadline from the admission decision (Texas residents only).