College of Arts and Sciences

Interim Dean - José Luis Bermúdez, PhD

Executive Associate Dean - Mark Zoran, PhD

Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs - Cynthia Werner, PhD  

Associate Dean for Equity and Inclusion - Omar Rivera, PhD 

Senior Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies - Ping Yang, PhD 

Associate Dean for Graduate Studies - Adam Seipp, PhD

Associate Dean for Research Infrastructure - Darren Depoy, PhD 

Senior Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education - Christian Brannstrom, AB, PhD

Associate Dean for Student Success - Leroy Dorsey, PhD

Associate Dean for Curriculum, Assessment and Analytics - Lucas Macri, PhD

Assistant Dean for Initiatives in the Life Sciences - Wayne Versaw, PhD

Associate Dean for Facilities and IT - Paul Wellman, PhD

Assistant Dean for Finance - Kristine Brisco 

General Statement

The 18 departments and 130 academic programs in the College of Arts and Sciences offers students the opportunity to study an extraordinarily wide range of subjects across the natural sciences, humanities, mathematics, social sciences, languages, and life sciences. The vast majority of the teaching for the Texas A&M Core Curriculum takes place in Arts and Sciences, which is truly the academic heart of the university. 

In the College of Arts and Sciences you will have the opportunity to study with a distinguished faculty, including a Nobel Prize-winner, many recipients of fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Council of Learned Societies as well as multiple members of the National Academy of Science. Our faculty are highly successful in securing external research funding and students will benefit from an extraordinary array of research infrastructure, ranging from the Cyclotron Institute to the Texas Research Data Center, a collaboration with the U.S. Census Bureau. 

The degrees offered in the College of Arts and Sciences include BA, BS, MA, MS, and PhD, in addition to a wide range of minors and certificates, both graduate and undergraduate. 

Arts General Degree Requirements

Anthropology, Classics, Communication, Economics, English, History, International Studies, Modern Languages, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish, Telecommunication Media Studies, Women's and Gender Studies

Sciences General Degree Requirements

Applied Mathematical Sciences, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Microbiology, Molecular and Cell Biology, Physics, Statistics, Zoology