Texas A & M University Galveston - Environmental Ranking 2015

Texas A & M University GalvestonRanked
37
in the USA
Texas A & M University Galveston is a very small public college with a focus on environmental programs and located in Galveston, Texas. This college was founded in 1962 and is currently offering bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees in 3 environmental programs.

Texas A & M University Galveston is quite affordable; tuition price is around $15,000 a year. It is reported that Texas A & M University Galveston area is relatively dangerous: the college is reported to have a poor rating for personal safety.

Texas A & M University Galveston environmental program ranks in Top 50 in the United States and The Third Best in Texas. Major competitors for this school are Texas A & M University College Station in College Station and Texas State University San Marcos in San Marcos. See the details about all twelve competitors as well as available environmental majors below.


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Overall school rankings 2015:

The Third Best Environmental School in Texas
Ranked #12 Environmental School in The South
Ranked #37 Environmental School in USA

Programs rankings 2015:

State of Texas Ranking

The Best Oceanography & Hydrology School
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The South Regional Ranking

The Best Oceanography & Hydrology School
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USA National Ranking

The Best Oceanography & Hydrology School
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You could be interested in other options to enroll Texas A & M University Galveston:
Biology Programs - ranked top 15% in USA
Engineering Programs - ranked top 25% in USA
Also, see how Texas A & M University Galveston is ranking among graduate schools in Texas.

Contact information:

Texas A & M University Galveston
200 Seawolf Parkway
Galveston, TX 77554
Phone: (409) 740-4414

Location map:

Texas A & M University Galveston Location Map


Environmental majors offered:

Bachelor's degree

Marine Biology and Biological Oceanography
Marine Sciences
Water, Wetlands, and Marine Resources Management

Master's degree

Marine Biology and Biological Oceanography
Water, Wetlands, and Marine Resources Management

Doctor's degree

Marine Biology and Biological Oceanography

Local competitors:

Texas A & M University College Station - Environmental School Ranking
Texas A & M University College Station

College Station, TX, 11 environmental programs

Texas State University San Marcos - Environmental School Ranking
Texas State University San Marcos

San Marcos, TX, 8 environmental programs

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Austin, TX, 7 environmental programs

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Rice University

Houston, TX, 9 environmental programs

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Baylor University

Waco, TX, 7 environmental programs

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Texas A & M University Corpus Christi

Corpus Christi, TX, 4 environmental programs

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Stephen F Austin State University

Nacogdoches, TX, 3 environmental programs

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University of Houston

Houston, TX, 2 environmental programs

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Trinity University

San Antonio, TX, 2 environmental programs

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University of Houston Clear Lake

Houston, TX, 2 environmental programs

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Lamar University

Beaumont, TX, 3 environmental programs

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Saint Edward's University

Austin, TX, 1 environmental program

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