Texas A&M University offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees in a number of fields, including agriculture, biology, liberal arts, health science and law. There is also a certificate program, and the school's distance education program offers, as of 2015, 21 online graduate degrees and certificate programs for remote students.
Specific degrees include a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Leadership and Development. The main focuses of this program are leadership theory and practice, life science and agriculture and business. As with many of the school's bachelor degrees, it is a 120-hour program. Students can also obtain both a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Arts in Biology, the latter giving more freedom through an opportunity to choose several electives. Further specializations are available in the field, including microbiology and molecular biology.
Several graduate degrees are available in the liberal arts field, including the Master's in Maritime Archeology and Conservation and both Master's and PhD degrees in Philosophy. The Texas A&M School of Law has a three-year J.D. program where students progress from foundational principles of law, to developing advanced skills, to gaining practical experience in the legal field. The large Health Science Center has the College of Dentistry, College of Medicine, College of Nursing and School of Public Health.