About Us


With more than 690 tenured/tenure-track faculty members and more than 20,000 students, the Texas A&M University College of Engineering is the second-largest engineering school in the country. The college is ranked eighth in both graduate studies and undergraduate programs among public institutions by U.S. News & World Report.


The Texas A&M System Engineering Program is comprised of the Texas A&M University College of Engineering and three state engineering agencies: the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station, which conducts research to provide practical answers to critical state and national needs; the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service, which offers hands-on, customized, first-responder training, homeland security exercises, technical assistance, and technology transfer services that have an impact in Texas and beyond; and the Texas A&M Transportation Institute, which addresses major issues in all transportation modes (including surface, air, pipeline, water and rail), as well as policy, economic, finance, environmental, safety and security concerns.

Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES)

As an engineering research agency of Texas, TEES performs quality research driven by world problems; strengthens and expands the state’s workforce through educational partnerships and training; and develops and transfers technology to industry. TEES partners with academic institutions, governmental agencies, industries and communities to solve problems to help improve the quality of life, promote economic development and enhance educational systems.

The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) supports initiatives that solve problems through applied engineering research and development, technology and collaboration with industry. 


Founded in 2016 by The Texas A&M University System, the RELLIS Campus in Bryan, Texas, fosters cutting-edge research, technology development, workforce training, and two- and four-year college degrees by tapping the A&M System’s state agencies and multiple universities, along with academic, corporate and government partners outside the A&M System.