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Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Programs

A distinctive undergraduate program offered at Texas A&M, biomedical sciences is a broad field of applied biology directed toward understanding health and disease, preparing students for world-changing careers.

The interdisciplinary environmental studies degree program provides the necessary preparation for future professionals in the environmental field and cultivates an entrepreneurial, problem-solving mindset that seeks solutions for the sustainable future of the Earth.

In this program, students develop competency in foundational coursework in the life and physical sciences, and based on their individual career goals, students will complete coursework in neuroscience that involves psychological and biological processes, as well as translational issues relevant to medical science and/or pharmacology, neural engineering and biochemistry.

This interdisciplinary field integrates several areas of study, including biology, chemistry, physics, biochemistry, psychology and medicine. The core courses for this degree include a foundation in the life sciences, and a foundational sequence in neuroscience that will prepare students for more advanced courses.

The interdisciplinary field of neuroscience integrates psychology, psychiatry, biology, chemistry, physics, kinesiology, veterinary sciences and medicine. Students receive instruction from faculty from multiple departments, in collaboration with Neuroscience and Experimental Therapeutics (NEXT) in this degree, as well as the Texas A&M Institute for Neuroscience.


Graduate Interdisciplinary Programs

This graduate degree program is preparing the next generation of water scientists, hydrologists and managers through teaching and research that improves the reliability and quality of water resources for human well-being and development.