The Department of Entomology at Texas A&M University is one of the top entomology departments in the United States. We offer two undergraduate degrees, a bachelor of science entomology and a bachelors of science in forensic and investigative sciences. Our forensic and investigative sciences degree is the only bachelors degree in the state of Texas that is nationally accredited by the Forensic Science Education Programs Accreditation Commission (FEPAC) of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. Both undergraduate degrees provide students with the necessary curriculum requirements to pursue graduate study in entomology, as well as in other professional fields, such as law and medicine.
Pursue Diverse Minor or Certificate Options
Participate in the Undergraduate Honors Program
The Department of Entomology at Texas A&M University offers an enhanced learning experience to qualified students majoring in entomology or forensic and investigative sciences. This opportunity challenges students with honors coursework and opens them up to field work, research and professional development opportunities.
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Creating a more inclusive scientific community
Diversity in Entomology, a project in the Department of Entomology, provides research, mentorship and professional development opportunities to better support underrepresented students in the discipline. About the need for the project, Dr. Julio Bernal, one of the project leads, said, “We believe that diverse perspectives in scientific fields leads to better solutions for challenges we face, whether big or small, local or global, and that this project will represent a transformational opportunity for both the students and the scientific community at large.”
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