The Bioenvironmental Sciences (BESC) Honors Program at TexasA&M University offers an opportunity for highly motivated, curious, and scholarly students to participate in challenging classroom and laboratory experiences. The BESC Honors curriculum is progressive, multi-disciplinary,flexible, and relevant for students interested in complex environmental issues. Read more about how to graduate with honors.
Interested in an internship? See examples of companies students have worked for and instructions on how to submit an internship proposal.
The Department of Plant Pathology & Microbiology is increasing its participation in international education programs by establishing strong connections leading to the development of excellent distance education programs. Learn more about how to study abroad.
We have a student chapter of the National Association of Environmental Professionals! Learn more about joining this organization that will prepare you for employment in the environmental field.
Invisible Jungle is a radio program that promotes STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education to the public about the “invisible” world of microbes.
Each year our student compete in a research poster symposium to present research projects they have participated in.