5 Degree Programs
Our department provides students with a world-class education that they can apply towards careers in entomology, forensic and investigative sciences, urban and public health entomology, and academia.
33 Top-Rated Research Faculty
Our faculty are leading the discovery of knowledge relating to food, agriculture, pest management and policy. Our renowned team of scientists are called upon to share their expertise with consumers and stakeholders to inform decisions and policy in the agriculture industry.
615+ Enrolled Students
Our students are training to be the next generation of entomologists and forensic scientists.
Preparing Future Medical Professionals
“The forensic program provided a path that differentiates me from the majority of pre-med students. The challenging coursework, the faculty and the internship all helped me put together an undergraduate record that helped make me unique.”
Andrew Chapman ’21, Forensic and Investigative Sciences
Work with Us!
The Department of Entomology offers a wealth of exciting employment opportunities, ranging from cutting-edge research positions to roles in pest management, conservation, and agricultural innovation.
Catching the bug for bugs
The choice to pursue dual degrees is often a testament to the diverse interests and ambitions of college students across Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Somewhere amidst his transition into college and exploring campus activities Kwency Ashley ‘24 discovered an interest in the Department of Entomology.
Center for Advanced Research in Forensic Science enters Phase II
Texas A&M University has been designated as the third research site within the Center for Advanced Research in Forensic Science, CARFS, as part of the center’s Phase II. CARFS Phase II represents a five-year $4.25 million investment by the National Science Foundation.
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