Undergraduate Admission Requirements

Undergraduate students who meet the following general admission requirements at the time of application are assured admission to Texas A&M University-Central Texas:

  • Minimum 2.0 cumulative transfer GPA on a 4.0 scale;
  • Minimum 30 academic, college-level transferable semester hours; and
  • Must be eligible to return to all previously attended colleges or universities.

How to Apply

  • Complete the undergraduate application by visiting www.applytexas.org;
  • Pay the $30 non-refundable application fee via your electronic application or pay by cash, check, money order, or credit card in the Business Office; and
  • Provide official copies of transcript(s) from each previously attended college or university.

Program Entry requirements

Some undergraduate degree programs at Texas A&M University-Central Texas have additional entry requirements separate from general admission. Students admitted to the university who have yet to be formally admitted to one of these programs may be eligible to enroll in certain coursework; however, the number of courses a student may complete prior to official program entry may vary by department. Students are not considered eligible to graduate until they fulfill the entry requirements and upper-level courses required by the department.

If you plan to pursue one of the below degree programs, be sure to review additional program entry requirements. For additional information regarding undergraduate degree programs offered at A&M-Central Texas, please see Undergraduate Programs.

Social Work

Students will be admitted into the Social Work major by the faculty once the application criteria are met. To be accepted into the BSW Program, students must:

  • Complete the three Foundation Level sequence courses;
  • Have an overall GPA of 2.5 or higher;
  • Have a "C" or better in all social work courses;
  • Attend the New Social Work Student Orientation (held the first Friday of every semester), at which time they receive and review the BSW Program Student Handbook and appropriate forms for completion;
  • Demonstrate the ability to attain high academic and professional standards as outlined in the BSW Program Student Handbook, which includes:
    • having scores of 3 or higher on the Rubric for Assessing Professional Behaviors (RAPB--see Appendix E) or demonstrating the ability to attain scores of 3 or higher throughout the program;
    • being willing to discuss with faculty any legal or other concerns that may impede a student's successful placement at a field agency (such as a legal or criminal background) and, if necessary, complete a Corrective Action Agreement (see the BSW Program Field Instruction Manual for more information on field admission procedures).

Once students demonstrate eligibility to apply to the major, they compile all components for submission as outlined in the application procedures. The BSW Program Student Handbook, located on the Social Work website, is a good information resource. Students have the ability to work with the Social Work Program's administrative assistant to ensure all documents are submitted appropriately.

Nursing

Students will be admitted into the Nursing major by the faculty once the application criteria are met. To be accepted into the Nursing Program, students must:

  • Have a current Texas license to practice Registered Nursing;
  • Have an overall GPA of 2.0 or higher; and
  • Have a "C" or higher in the general education and support science courses

Biology

Students will be admitted into the Biology major by the faculty once the application criteria are met. To be accepted into the Biology program, students must:

  • Have an overall GPA of 2.75 or higher.

Other Requirements

While programs that contain Teacher Certification Preparation courses do not have any additional entry requirements, there are specific requirements students will need to complete before entering into the Certification Preparation portion of these degrees.  For further information on these requirements review the specific program pages or contact Educator Preparation services.