The College of Science and Technology at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in basic and applied sciences to support the technical requirements of our post-industrial society. In addition, the College provides many courses supporting the science literacy requirements of non-majors. Specialized course offerings and degree sequences support Education majors seeking science and mathematics teaching certifications. There are three academic departments in the College: Computing and Mathematical Sciences, School of Nursing and Health Sciences, and Physical & Life Sciences.

The College of Science and Technology is also the academic home to several major research units. The Natural Resources Consortium of the College serves to coordinate research and educational activities among the National Spill Control School, the Center for Coastal Studies, the Conrad Blucher Institute for Surveying and Science, and the Center for Water Supply Studies.

Field of Focus
Computing and Mathematical Sciences, Nursing and Health Sciences, Physical and Life Sciences