Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is a state university established in 1947 that was later merged with the Texas A&M University in 1989. Their beautiful campus is located on the university-owned 240-acre semi-tropical island. Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi offers 33 undergraduate majors, 25 graduate degree programs and 5 doctoral programs to around 10,000 students through the following 5 colleges:
The College of Science and Engineering: 12 undergraduate and 5 graduate degrees
The College of Nursing and Health Sciences: 2 undergraduate degrees
The College of Education and Human Development: 3 undergraduate, 11 graduate degrees and 2 doctoral programs along with teacher certification in more than 30 areas.
The College of Liberal Arts: 7 departments with 12 undergraduate and 6 graduate degrees
The College of Business: 8 undergraduate and 4 graduate degrees
The university is situated amidst the beautiful backdrop of palm trees and natural wetlands. Other than the beautiful scenery, TAMUCC houses modern buildings, an extensive library, the NCAA Sports Centre and a magnificent Centre of Performing Arts along with an array of other recreational facilities.