The Department of Computing Science
The Department of Engineering
The Engineering Program produces graduates that can acquire career opportunities in industry, government and education; including energy and utility companies, refineries, aerospace firms, biomedical equipment manufacturers, automobile manufacturers, electronics and computer manufacturers, construction firms and equipment manufacturers, HVAC manufacturers, consulting firms, colleges and universities, and government labs and engineering centers.
The Department of Life Science
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics
While most people think of teaching and applications of statistics as the main employment opportunities for a mathematician, the range of opportunities is much wider. A math degree involves rigorous analytical thinking and problem solving, traits applicable in a wide range of fields including engineering, finance, medicine, computer science, data science, government careers, law, insurance and many others.
The Department of Physical and Environmental SciencesThe Department of Physical and Environmental Sciences (PENS) at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is an interdisciplinary department that offers undergraduate degrees in Atmospheric Science, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geology, and Physics (a multi-university joint degree as a member of the Texas Physics Consortium). We also offer master's degrees in Coastal and Marine System Science, Environmental Science, and will soon be offering a master's degree in Chemistry. Additionally, we offer a PhD degree in Coastal and Marine System Sciences.