Academics

Discover your path to becoming an Aggie Geoscientist

students and faculty member sitting in front of meteorology screens

The most comprehensive Geosciences program in the world is at Texas A&M University. Through the departments of Atmospheric Sciences, Geography, Geology & Geophysics, and Oceanography, and programs such as Environmental Programs and the Water Management & Hydrological Sciences, you will identify the academic pathways the will prepare you for the career you are passionate about and help you get the job you have dreamed about. In the College of Geosciences, you will enjoy unparalleled access to faculty - world-class scholars who are the experts in their fields. 

The demand for Geoscientists is expanding more rapidly than any other fields of study and profession, creating amazing opportunities for your future.

Check out our academics programs and how you can become a Geoscientist. 

Our Programs

Areas of Study Major Minor Masters Ph.D. Online Masters
Atmospheric Sciences
Climate Change
Earth Sciences
Environmental Geosciences
Environmental Studies
Geographic Information Science and Technology (GIST)
Geography
Geology
Geophysics
Geosciences
Meteorology
Oceanography
Ocean Science and Technology
Water Management and Hydrological Science

Majors and Minors

The College of Geosciences offers undergraduate majors and minors in a wide-variety of the geosciences.

Check out the Majors and Minors

Graduate Programs

Graduate degrees are offered in Atmospheric Sciences, Geography, Geology, Geophysics, Oceanography, and Water Management and Hydrological Science.

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Online Programs

The Master of Geoscience (MGsc.) is an exclusively online program requiring coursework in Geography, GIS, GIST, Geology/Geophysics and Geospatial Intelligence.

Check out the Online Programs
Juan Acevedo

Undergraduate Research Took This Aggie Everywhere From The Eagle Ford Shale To Mars

Senior geophysics major Juan Acevedo had a unique experience during his time at Texas A&M University: he participated in not one or two, but four separate undergraduate research projects.

Read About Juan's Geosciences Experience