Introduction

Overview

The College of Science and Engineering includes these nine departments: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Geology, Mathematics, Nutritional Sciences, Physics and Astronomy, and Psychology. The College offers graduate study for Master's and Doctoral degrees in several areas. Master of Arts degrees are available in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, and Psychology. Master of Science degrees are offered in Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geology, Physics and Astronomy, and Psychology. A Master of Arts in Teaching degree is available in Mathematics. The Ph.D. degree is available in Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, and Psychology.

Program descriptions and information concerning admission and degree requirements for each program are presented in their departmental and program listings. To see information and to apply on-line, visit the college website at www.cse.tcu.edu/Adminfo.html. Written requests for information, application forms, and completed applications for admission to graduate programs of the college may be submitted to:

College of Science and Engineering
Attention: Graduate Studies
TCU Box 298960
Fort Worth, TX 76129
USA

Administrative offices for the College of Science and Engineering are located on the 1st floor of the Tucker Technology Building (suite 102). Tucker also houses departmental offices of Computer Science, Engineering, and Mathematics. Chemistry, Environmental Sciences, Geology, and Physics and Astronomy are located in the Sid W. Richardson Building. Departmental offices for Biology and Psychology are in Winton-Scott Hall. Nutritional Sciences is in the Annie Richardson Bass Building.

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