Non-degree-seeking Students (G6)

Interested in Taking a Graduate Course in Entomology at Texas A&M University?

Postbaccalaureate Non-Degree Status (G6) – Graduate Students will need to complete the following items:

  • State of Texas Common Application ( Part A and Part B
  • On Question #9
    • A – indicate Entomology as the major and ENTO as the majorcode
    • F – Indicate you do not plan to seek a degree
    • G – Indicate you will enroll in a Distance Education Program (if applicable)
  • Statement as to your need for the proposed course work and your ability to successfully complete that course work
  • Application processing fee, which can be submitted online when you complete your application
  • Complete, official transcript showing completion of a baccalaureate degree
  • GRE is not required for this application process

Postbaccalaureate non-degree classification applications are handled on a first-come, first-serve basis. Applications submitted within one month of registration may not be processed in time to begin that semester or term. Admission to a postbaccalaureate non-degree status does not establish eligibility for admission to degree-seeking status. Postbaccalaureate non-degree status normally is not available to international students.

Postbaccalaureate non-degree students must maintain a GPR of a 3.0, and the Department of Entomology will determine if they are eligible for continuation. If a break in enrollment occurs, the student must go through the application procedure again.

Please refer to the Student Financial Services website at for the most current tuition and fee information.

For complete details regarding the Non-Degree Status (G6) Graduate Application Process, please refer to the Graduate Catalog.

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