TAMU admits students to the university first by the Office of Admissions. Freshman admission is determined based on a combination of SAT/ACT scores, class rank, coursework taken in high school, and all of a student’s activities outside the classroom. It is important for students planning on attending Texas A&M to prepare themselves early in their high school career. For additional information on how to apply, students may refer to the Office of Admissions and Records guidelines for official requirements.
Students are reviewed based on courses they have completed at another college or university and their grade point average on that coursework. Students may apply to transfer after completing 24 hours with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences requires completion of BIOL 111 (BIOL 1406) and BIOL 112 (BIOL 1407) with a minimum grade of a B prior to transfer. Priority is given to students who have completed the listed Math, Physics and Chemistry requirements.
4th Year Admission to Bush School
Students must apply to the Bush School during their 3rd year as an undergraduate with Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences. Students are required to take the GRE and score a minimum of 303 and have a GPA of at least 3.25 to be considered.