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Bachelor's Admissions

Allied Health or Community Health


Students applying to an undergraduate program must follow all department admissions requirements. If you are a high school or transfer student interested in more information about our programs, please call 979.436.9463

Freshman Admissions

Freshman admissions, for students with no previous college credit, must apply through Texas A&M’s Office of Admissions. Admission to these programs will be limited.


Readmissions must follow all Texas A&M readmission requirements. Readmission is not guaranteed. Students should consult with Dr. Rhonda Rahn for more information.



With the recent administrative reorganization under Texas A&M’s Path Forward, Allied Health and Community Health have been merged with Public Health. Students will change major into Public Health and follow the Public Health curriculum.

This information is for current Texas A&M University–College Station campus students.

The Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH) program will accept changes of major according to Texas A&M University policy, but restricts changes of major according to the criteria listed below. In addition, the dean or designate must verify availability of resources necessary to insure the student’s full-time enrollment in required courses prior to admission to the BSPH. If such resources are not available, admission will be denied.
Students at Texas A&M University wishing to change major after beginning in another university college or department must meet the following requirements to be considered for change of major:

  • Check with one of our academic advisors regarding courses required.
  • Minimum Texas A&M GPA of 2.75, preference for a 3.00 and above
  • 90 attempted credit hours or fewer (credits attempted at any institution)
  • The advising office has walk-in advising on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30-11:30 a.m.

Please check in at the front desk in Suite 147 in the Reynolds Medical Sciences Building.