Changing Majors to AGSC

If you are interested in changing majors to AGSC, please contact an advisor to make an appointment.

Academic advising  for all ALEC majors are now serviced by AGLS Advising Center 2 at  https://aglifesciences.tamu.edu/academic-advisors/#ac2  where any of the advisors will be happy to assist you.

To schedule an appointment through Navigate, please go to: https://tamu.guide.eab.com/ 

Need help using Navigate? Go to https://studentsuccess.tamu.edu/NAVIGATE/For-Students

 

Current TAMU Students

Change of major requirements can be found on the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Change of Major Information website.

Change of major deadlines:

Eligible students will be allowed to initiate a change of curriculum request starting ten business days after final grades post and ending on the 20th day of the semester. Student must be notified of a decision regarding their change of curriculum request on or before ten business days after posting of final grades. The curriculum change will be effective for the next academic term (per Texas A&M University Student Rule 5 Change of Curriculum).

The change of major application is found in Howdy.  A helpful video on how to fill out the application can be found here.

The Essay portion is required.  The essay should talk about why you are interested in wanting to become a High School Ag Educator in essay.  All other questions should be directed to the AGSC advisor.

External Transfer Applicants
March 15—Summer/Fall
October 15—Spring

Must select AGSC  as first choice major.

Must meet TAMU Transfer admission standards. http://admissions.tamu.edu

Must have at least a 2.65 GPA.

At least 50% of completed transfer credits, up to 84 hours, must be from TAMU core curriculum

Must discuss interest in wanting to become a High School Ag Educator in essay.

Freshman Applicants
December 1—Summer/Fall
October 15—Spring

Must select AGSC as first choice major.

Must meet TAMU Freshman admission standards. http://admissions.tamu.edu

Must discuss interest in Agriculture and Leadership in essay.

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