8 degree programs
Our degree programs lead to professional careers. Graduates are uniquely equipped for leadership, education, communication and training roles in the broad field of agricultural sciences and human performance.
8 unique Minors and Certificates
These unique programs include a variety of hands-on learning opportunities such as magazine and podcast production, student teaching, graduate certificates with international or extension focuses, or a leadership fellows program unlike any other.
800+ enrolled students
Our students are training to be the next generation of communicators, educators, leaders and professionals in the food, agriculture, natural resource and human sciences.
Investing in student success
“I pursued Texas A&M University for my undergraduate degree because of the loving campus environment and helpful Aggies. Ever since my first ever tour before committing, I have felt a sense of belonging here. Every individual that crossed my path has been a huge influence on my future endeavors and helped me develop my passion to assist others with experiences.”
Nathan Preston ’22, Graduate student
Preparing agriculture teachers in Texas
Offering real-life experiences and exposure to the immense variety that is Texas agriculture, our department is striving to help fill those positions by continuing its legacy of preparing students for careers as agricultural educators.
The eyes have it: Food message research to evaluation consumer responses
To communicate effective food messages and better tell agriculture’s story, researchers in our department are evaluating eye tracking movement, facial expression, heart rate and other behavioral indicators to reveal consumers’ responses to food messages and choices.