RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT for Baccalaureate Degree To earn a Baccalaureate Degree from Texas A&M University, students must complete a minimum of 36 semester hours of 300- and/or 400-level coursework including a minimum of 12 hours in their major at Texas A&M.
At that time, the College of Nursing will receive the application.
disclose, at a minimum, criminal conviction histories – excluding juvenile adjudications – involving acts of violence or sexual misconduct and past substantiated or pending conduct charges involving acts of violence or sexual misconduct, and expulsions or suspensions from postsecondary institutions consistent with this regulation.
Applicants who report one or more convictions or pending conduct charges are required to complete the Conduct Disclosure Supplemental Question Form to determine eligibility to continue with the university admission process.
The College of Nursing will notify you directly when your application is complete for all required credentials.
For information regarding application evaluation, see Admission Criteria. Score Requirements A minimum score of 75 percent is required for each of the component sections noted above.Applicants seeking admission to the license-option curricula (see Texas A&M Maritime Academy for application and physical) who have attended another maritime academy or college must provide a letter to the Superintendent of the Texas A&M Maritime Academy from the Superintendent of the other academy or college verifying that the student is eligible to return to that institution.On the basis of the credentials submitted, credit will be given for work completed satisfactorily at another properly accredited college or university as long as the work is equivalent in character and extent to similar work at Texas A&M University at Galveston or Texas A&M University.Please consult the Texas A&M University Transfer Course Equivalency page to search for more specific information.Consult the transfer guide for the specific major you hope to transfer into.Students are not considered eligible to graduate until they fulfill the entry requirements and upper-level courses required by the department.For additional information regarding undergraduate degree programs offered at A&M-Central Texas, please see Undergraduate Programs.The college will contact the applicant once all content meets requirements for review for a decision.Await this communication from the college and then follow Step 2.For additional information on course equivalency for Out of State students, visit the Texas A&M University Transfer Course Equivalency page.Marine Biology Marine Fisheries Marine Sciences Ocean & Coastal Resources Marine Engineering Technology Maritime Administration Marine Transportation Maritime Studies University Studies – Maritime Public Policy & Communication University Studies – Oceans and One Health University Studies – Marine Environmental Law and Policy University Studies – Tourism & Coastal Community Development You may check your admissions status at the website Please contact our Office of Admissions at 409.741.4414 for any questions you may have.