Current Students

1395779_10151769201338195_796234870_nAs a student in the Department of Entomology, you are a member of the only Department of Entomology in Texas and one of the largest colleges of agriculture and life sciences in the country.

The Department represents a unique aspect within the life sciences offerings and it routinely bridges scientific discovery with application to human society, the environment, and agriculture.

Undergraduate students within the Entomology department may earn either a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Entomology or Forensic and Investigative Sciences.

In the Advising Office, I want to help you in any way we can. As you browse our website, if you have any questions, or are unable to find what you are looking for, please contact us.

Jennifer Rhinesmith-Carranza
Academic Advisor IV
Office: 109 Kleberg

Madalyn Smith
Academic Advisor IV
Office: 109 Kleberg

Entomology Undergraduate Students

Forensic and Investigative Sciences Undergraduate Students

Graduate Students

Graduate Student Profiles

Course Descriptions/Professor Information

Common Departmental Forms

Department of Entomology Force Request Deadlines:

May 15th – Summer and Fall Semesters

December 1st – Spring Semester

Department of Entomology Course Force Request  Form

Information For Newly Admitted Students

Undergrad Research (UROE)

Departmental Student Organizations

Career and Job Information


Study Abroad

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