How to Apply:
Apply online at Texas A&M University GraduateCAS.
Qualified applicants are accepted as laboratory facilities and/or supervisory faculty become available.
Note: It is the responsibility of the applicant to find a faculty advisor. A Food Science & Technology Graduate Faculty member must agree to serve as the student’s advisor or the application is denied, regardless of the qualifications of the applicant. Applicants should contact any faculty members whose research interests most closely align with their own.
To be fully considered for competitive Departmental Fellowships, complete applications for fall admission must be received by December 15. Competitive Departmental Fellowships are usually not available for spring admissions.
The basic requirement for admission to graduate studies in Food Science & Technology at Texas A&M University is a scholastic record which, over at least the last two years of full-time academic study in a degree program, gives evidence of the applicant’s ability to do successful graduate-level work. Specific requirements for admission into the graduate program include a minimum grade point average of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) on an undergraduate degree in food science or a related field.
- Completed Application
- College Transcripts
- 3 Letters of Recommendation
- Statement of Purpose
- CV or Resume
- English Language Proficiency Verification (International students only)
- No GRE Scores Required
Your application will not be reviewed until it is complete.
Official Transcripts: If you receive admission, you must submit all required official transcripts (and diplomas) before you will be allowed to register for classes.
International students: TOEFL or IELTS test scores must be sent directly from the testing agency to be considered official. The institutional code for Texas A&M University for TOEFL score reporting is 6003.
See the Office of Admissions for more information on how to apply.