Transferring to Geosciences

Oceanography student driving boat.Many students transfer into the College of Geosciences from other universities and from the General Studies program or other colleges at Texas A&M. Admission criteria for specific majors is listed below. For more information contact the Associate Dean for Academics in the College of Geosciences.

Transfer Students

 

Be sure to check out A&M's Transfer Day, a day specifically designed for transfer students from around the world!

Transfer Admissions Criteria

Environmental Studies (ENST): at least two courses selected from GEOG 1302, 1303, GEOL 1403, 1303/1103; or other introductory courses in the Geosciences (Geography, Geology, Atmospheric Sciences, Oceanography) and one of these Math/Science courses: MATH 1324, 1325; BIOL 1406, 1306/1106; CHEM 1411

Environmental Geosciences (ENGS): GEOL 1403 or 1303/1103 and these four Math/Science courses: MATH 2413, 2414; CHEM 1411, 1412

Geography (GEOG): at least two courses selected from GEOG 1302, 1303 or the equivalent of GEOG 203 (Earth System Science) and one of these Math/Science courses: MATH 1324, 1325; BIOL 1406, 1306/1106; CHEM 1411, 1412; PHYS 1401

Geology (GEOL) BA: GEOL 1403 or 1303/1103 and one of these Math/Science courses: MATH 1324, 1325; CHEM 1411, 1412; PHYS 1401

Geology (GEOL) BS: GEOL 1403 or 1303/1103 and these four Math/Science courses: MATH 2413, 2414; CHEM 1411, 1412

Geophysics (GEOP): GEOL 1403 or 1303/1103 and these four Math/Science courses: MATH 2413, 2414; PHYS 2325/2125, 2326/2126

Meteorology (METR): MATH 2413, 2414; PHYS 2425, CHEM 1411, 1412

University Transfer Links

 
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