Skip to main content

New and Prospective Students

HOWDY and Welcome!

If you are a new Aggie and will be starting Texas A&M in 2020, please visit the NEW AGGIE website.  The New Student & Family Programs is here to to support your success as a new student, from the time of your admission through your first year at Texas A&M.

New Student Conference Resources

NRSC Slides - Spring 2021

PSYC Slides - Spring 2021

How to Access Your Degree Evaluation

Blank Degree Planning Guides




Helpful Links

TAMU Core Curriculum

TAMU Campus Maps

Math Placement Exam Information

NRSC students take the MPE I

PSYC students take the MPE II

Transfer Equivalency Guide

Course Catalog

Office of Professional School Advising

Prospective Transfer Students

Bachelor of Arts in PSYC - Transfer Requirements

Bachelor of Science in PSYC - Transfer Requirements

Prospective First-Time-In-College Students

Freshman admits applying to Texas A&M as "first time in college" are reviewed by Admissions and the decision is made there.  The Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences has no role in that process.

However, we are happy to talk with you and to answer any questions you might have about the department.  Feel free to contact our office at or (979) 845-7146.

Please note:  Prospective students who wish to meet with an academic advisor must email to schedule an appointment. You may also set up a tour of the Texas A&M campus by contacting the Visitor's Center.

Aggieland Saturday

On February 10, 2024, members of the Psychology Department Organization of Graduate Students (PDOGS) delivered presentations to Aggieland Saturday attendees. The graduate students discussed their respective fields of psychology (i.e., Industrial-Organizational, Social and Personality, Behavioral and Cellular Neuroscience, Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience, and Clinical), how undergraduate students can engage with these fields at Texas A&M University, and graduate school and potential jobs in these fields.