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Pipeline to Graduate Studies

TAMU Pipeline Coordinator at WTAMU:
Tracy Helbert, Senior Graduate Academic Advisor

thelbert@wtamu.edu
806-651-2727
 

At West Texas A&M University (WTAMU), we recognize the need for our talented and motivated students to build on their education, so they can help the Texas Panhandle build a strong, more robust local economy. We have over 40 exceptional and highly competitive graduate programs here at WTAMU. Because we are invested in our students and our community, we are partnering with other colleges and schools within our system’s flagship, Texas A&M University (TAMU), to create a Pipeline to Graduate Studies program for students to pursue graduate education in programs that we may not offer here at the Graduate School.

Student participants in the Pipeline to Graduate Studies will work with the TAMU Pipeline Coordinator at WTAMU, Tracy Helbert, to identify recruitment opportunities in his or her desired field of study as well as other Pipeline initiatives that may be beneficial to the student’s educational goals. Laura Seals in the WTAMU Office of National Competitive Scholarships will assist students with the creation and refinement of their admissions materials.

Please review the graduate opportunities below, and if you’re interested, we encourage you to reach out to the TAMU Pipeline Coordinator for personal assistance.
 

GRADUATE PROGRAMS AT TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY

TAMU BUSH SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC SERVICE

Pipeline Coordinator at WTAMU:
Tracy Helbert, Senior Graduate Academic Advisor
thelbert@wtamu.edu
806-651-2727

Each department within the TAMU Bush School of Government and Public Service manages their own graduate admissions and makes all admission decisions independent of WTAMU. Each program requires students to meet its specific requirements. As available and on a competitive basis, students admitted to these programs may receive support, which potentially could include scholarships, summer research experience, academic and career mentorship, or other resources available to qualified and admitted graduate students.

The TAMU Bush School of Government and Public Service provides admission for qualified graduates from WTAMU in masters programs where there is space and where WTAMU students meet the admission standards. Application and admission are by department, not college-wide.

In addition to viewing the program information below, please visit the TAMU Bush School of Government and Public Service for up-to-date information about specific program offerings and admission requirements.

  Master's Doctorate
International Affairs MIA  
Public Service and Administration MPSA  
Executive Master of Public Service and Administration  EMPSA  
PSAA and EAHR Collaborative Degrees Program (CDP) MPSA and PhD*
     
*Master of Public Service and Administration (MPSA) degree from the Bush School of Government and Public Service and a Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Administration (PhD) from the Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development, in the College of Education and Human Development.

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TAMU COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND LIFE SCIENCES

Pipeline Coordinator at WTAMU:
Tracy Helbert, Senior Graduate Academic Advisor
thelbert@wtamu.edu
806-651-2727

Each department within the TAMU College of Agriculture and Life Sciences manages their own graduate admissions and makes all admission decisions independent of WTAMU. Each program requires students to meet its specific requirements. As available and on a competitive basis, students admitted to these programs may receive support, which potentially could include scholarships, summer research experience, academic and career mentorship, or other resources available to qualified and admitted graduate students.

The TAMU College of Agriculture and Life Sciences provides admission for qualified graduates from WTAMU in masters and doctoral programs where there is space, where WTAMU students meet the admission standards, and where there is a mutual interest by the student, department, and an advisory committee chair. Application and admission are by department, not college-wide.

In addition to viewing the program information below, please visit the TAMU College of Agriculture and Life Sciences for more information about specific program offerings and admission requirements.

  Master's Doctorate
Agricultural Development MAgr*  
Agricultural Economics MS, MAgr PhD
Agricultural Education    EdD*
Agricultural Leadership, Education & Communication MS, MEd PhD
Agricultural Systems Management MS, MAgr*  
Agronomy MS PhD
Animal Breeding  MS PhD
Animal Science MS, MAgr PhD
Biochemistry MS PhD
Biological and Agricultural Engineering MS, MEngr* PhD
Ecosystem Science Management MS, MAgr PhD
Entomology  MS PhD
Equine Industry Management MEIM  
Food Science and Technology MS, MAgr PhD
Horticulture MS, MAgr PhD
Horticulture (Cooperative with TAMU-Kingsville)   PhD
Natural Resources Development  MNRD*  
Nutrition MS PhD
Physiology of Reproduction MS PhD
Plant Breeding MS* PhD*
Plant Pathology MS PhD
Poultry Science MS, MAgr*  
Recreation and Resources Development MRRD*  
Recreation, Park and Tourism Sciences MS PhD
Soil Science MS PhD
Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences MS PhD
Wildlife Science MWSC*  
     
Interdisciplinary Majors and Degrees    
Agribusiness MAB  
Agribusiness and Managerial Economics   PhD
Biotechnology MBIOT  
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology   PhD
Genetics MS PhD
Molecular and Environmental Plant Science MS PhD
Toxicology  MS PhD
     
* Denotes degrees that are offered at distance, of which some are offered blended and some completely online.

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TAMU COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE

Pipeline Coordinator at WTAMU:
Tracy Helbert, Senior Graduate Academic Advisor
thelbert@wtamu.edu
806-651-2727

Each department within the TAMU College of Architecture manages their own graduate admissions and makes all admission decisions independent of WTAMU. Each program requires students to meet its specific requirements. As available, students admitted to these programs may receive support, which potentially could include scholarships, summer research experience, academic and career mentorship, or other resources available to qualified and admitted graduate students.

The TAMU College of Architecture provides admission for qualified graduates from WTAMU in masters and doctoral programs where there is space and where WTAMU students meet the admission standards. Application and admission are by department, not college-wide.

In addition to viewing the program information below, please visit the TAMU College of Architecture for up-to-date information about specific program offerings and admission requirements.

  Master’s Doctorate
Architecture MS, MArch PhD
Construction Management MS  
Land and Property Development MLPD  
Landscape Architecture MLA  
Urban and Regional Sciences   PhD
Urban Planning MUP  
Visualization MS, MFA  
     
Dual Degree Programs    
Land and Property Development / Real Estate MLPD / MRE  
Land and Property Development / Architecture MLPD / MArch  
Land and Property Development / Construction Management MLPD / MS  
Land and Property Development / Urban Planning MLPD / MUP  
Urban Planning / Architecture MUP / MArch  

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TAMU COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

Pipeline Coordinator at WTAMU:
Tracy Helbert, Senior Graduate Academic Advisor
thelbert@wtamu.edu
806-651-2727

Each department within the TAMU College of Engineering manages their own graduate admissions and makes all admission decisions independent of WTAMU. Each program requires students to meet its specific requirements. In some cases, students admitted to these programs may receive support, which potentially may include, but is not limited to scholarships, summer research experience, academic and career mentorship. The exact nature and level of the support may vary each year and with each student, and will be dependent upon available funding and experience opportunities.

The TAMU College of Engineering provides admission for qualified graduates from WTAMU in Ph.D. programs in Engineering to domestic students who meet specified requirements. Application and admission are by department, not college-wide.

In addition to viewing the program information below, please visit the TAMU College of Engineering for up-to-date information on full program offerings and admission requirements.

  Doctorate
Aerospace Engineering                                                                 PhD
Biological and Agricultural Engineering PhD
Biomedical Engineering                                                                 PhD
Chemical Engineering                                                                    PhD
Civil Engineering                                                                            PhD
Computer Engineering                                              PhD
Computer Science                                                                        PhD
Electrical Engineering                                                                    PhD
Health Physics PhD
Industrial Engineering                                                                                PhD  
Interdisciplinary Engineering                                                      PhD
Materials Science and Engineering                                               PhD
Mechanical Engineering                                                               PhD
Nuclear Engineering                                                                      PhD
Ocean Engineering                                                                        PhD
Petroleum Engineering                                                                  PhD

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TAMU COLLEGE OF GEOSCIENCES

Pipeline Coordinator at WTAMU:
Tracy Helbert, Senior Graduate Academic Advisor
thelbert@wtamu.edu
806-651-2727

Each department within the TAMU College of Geosciences manages their own graduate admissions and makes all admission decisions independent of WTAMU. Each program requires students to meet its specific requirements. In some cases, students admitted to these programs may receive support, which potentially could include scholarships, summer research experience, academic and career mentorship, or other resources available to qualified and admitted graduate students.

The TAMU College of Geosciences provides admission for qualified graduates from WTAMU in masters or doctoral programs where there is space and WTAMU students meet the admission standards. Application and admission are by department, not college-wide.

In addition to viewing the program information below, please visit the TAMU College of Geosciences for up-to-date information about specific program offerings and admission requirements.

  Master's Doctorate
Atmospheric Sciences MS PhD
Geography  MGsc*  
Geography MS PhD
Geology MS PhD
Geophysics MS PhD
Geoscience MGsc  
Ocean Science and Technology MOST  
Oceanography MS PhD
Water Management and Hydrologic Sciences WMHS, MS PhD
     
Interdisciplinary Degree Programs    
Marine Biology MS PhD
     
*Geographic Information Science and Technology (GIST) for petroleum industry; Available online

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TAMU COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

Pipeline Coordinator at WTAMU:
Tracy Helbert, Senior Graduate Academic Advisor
thelbert@wtamu.edu
806-651-2727

Each department within the TAMU College of Liberal Arts manages their own graduate admissions and makes all admission decisions independent of WTAMU. Each program requires students to meet its specific requirements. As available, students admitted to these programs may receive support, which potentially could include scholarships, summer research experience, academic and career mentorship, or other resources available to qualified and admitted graduate students.

The TAMU College of Liberal Arts provides admission for qualified graduates from WTAMU in any masters or doctoral programs where there is space, where WTAMU students meet the admission standards, and in the case of some departments, where there is mutual interest by the student and an advisor. Application and admission are by department, not college-wide.

In addition to viewing the program information below, please visit the TAMU College of Liberal Arts for up-to-date information about specific program offerings and admission requirements.

    Master’s Doctorate
Anthropology     PhD
Clinical Psychology     PhD
Communication   MA PhD
Economics   MS PhD
English   MA PhD
Hispanic Studies   MA PhD
History   MA PhD
Industrial Organizational Psychology     PhD
Maritime Archaeology and Conservation   MS  
Performance Studies   MA  
Philosophy   MA PhD
Political Science   MA PhD
Psychology   MS PhD
Sociology   MS PhD

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TAMU COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

Pipeline Coordinator at WTAMU:
Tracy Helbert, Senior Graduate Academic Advisor
thelbert@wtamu.edu
806-651-2727

The TAMU College of Medicine manages their own graduate admissions and makes all admission decisions independent of WTAMU. The Medical Science graduate program requires students to meet its specific requirements. As available, students admitted to this program may receive support, which potentially could include scholarships, summer research experience, academic and career mentorship, or other resources available to qualified and admitted graduate students.

In addition to viewing the program information below, please visit the TAMU College of Medicine for up-to-date information on all graduate program offerings and admission requirements.

  Master’s Doctorate
Medical Science MS PhD

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TAMU COLLEGE OF SCIENCE

Pipeline Coordinator at WTAMU:
Tracy Helbert, Senior Graduate Academic Advisor
thelbert@wtamu.edu
806-651-2727

Each department within the TAMU College of Science manages their own graduate admissions and makes all admission decisions independent of WTAMU. Each program requires students to meet its specific requirements. As available, students admitted to these programs may receive support, which potentially could include scholarships, summer research experience, academic and career mentorship, or other resources available to qualified and admitted graduate students. 

The TAMU College of Science provides admission for qualified graduates from WTAMU in masters or doctoral programs where there is space and where WTAMU students meet the admission standards. Application and admission are by department, not college-wide.

In addition to viewing the program information below, please visit the TAMU College of Science for up-to-date information about specific program offerings and admission requirements.

  Master’s Doctorate
Analytics MS  
Applied Physics   PhD
Astronomy MS PhD
Biology MS PhD
Chemistry MS PhD
Mathematics                                                                  MS PhD
Microbiology MS PhD
Physics MS PhD
Statistics MS PhD
     
Interdisciplinary Programs
Marine Biology MS PhD
Biotechnology MS  
Neuroscience MS PhD

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TAMU COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES

Pipeline Coordinator at WTAMU:
Tracy Helbert, Senior Graduate Academic Advisor
thelbert@wtamu.edu
806-651-2727

The TAMU College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences manages their own graduate admissions and makes all admission decisions independent of WTAMU. The DVM program requires students to meet its specific requirements. In some cases, students admitted to this program may receive support, which potentially could include scholarships, summer experiences (clinical rotations, opportunities in an anatomy workshop), and academic and career mentorship.

The TAMU College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences provides admission for qualified graduates of WTAMU entering in the DVM class. Students must meet specified requirements.

In addition to viewing the program information below, please visit the TAMU College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences for up-to-date information about specific program offerings and admission requirements.

  Doctorate
Veterinary Medicine DVM

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TAMU MAYS BUSINESS SCHOOL

Pipeline Coordinator at WTAMU:
Tracy Helbert, Senior Graduate Academic Advisor
thelbert@wtamu.edu
806-651-2727

Each department within TAMU Mays Business School manages their own graduate admissions and makes all admission decisions independent of WTAMU. Each program requires students to meet its specific requirements. As available, students admitted to these programs may receive support, which potentially could include scholarships, summer research experiences, academic and career mentorship, or other resources available to qualified and admitted graduate students. Application and admission are by department.

In addition to viewing the program information below, please visit the TAMU Mays Business School for up-to-date information about specific program offerings and admission requirements.

  Master’s Doctorate
Accounting MS  
Business MS  
Business Administration MBA, EMBA  
Business Administration - Accounting   PhD
Business Administration - Finance   PhD
Business Administration - Management   PhD
Business Administration - Marketing   PhD
Business Administration - Operations and Supply Chain Management   PhD
Finance MS  
Human Resource Management MS  
Management Information Systems MS  
Marketing MS  
Real Estate  MRE  

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TAMU SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Pipeline Coordinator at WTAMU:
Tracy Helbert, Senior Graduate Academic Advisor
thelbert@wtamu.edu
806-651-2727

Each department within the TAMU School of Public Health manages their own graduate admissions and makes all admission decisions independent of WTAMU. Each program requires students to meet its specific requirements. As available, students admitted to these programs may receive support, which potentially could include scholarships, summer research experience, academic and career mentorship, or other resources available to qualified and admitted graduate students.

The TAMU School of Public Health provides admission for qualified graduates from WTAMU in any masters of public health (MPH) or doctorate of public health (DrPh), where there is space and where WTAMU students meet the admission standards. Application and admission are by department.

In addition to viewing the program information below, please visit the TAMU School of Public Health for up-to-date information about specific program offerings and admission requirements.

  Master’s Doctorate
Epidemiology and Environmental Health   DrPH
Health Promotion and Community Health Sciences   DrPH
Health Policy and Management MPH  
Health Promotion and Community Health Sciences MPH  
Epidemiology   MPH  
Biostatistics MPH  
Environmental Health MPH  
Occupational Safety and Health MPH  

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