By the Numbers


national public universities for a superior education at an affordable cost (Fiske Guide to Colleges, 2021)


best college in Texas (Money Magazine, 2020)


best school in Texas for animation (2023)

Explore Our Disciplines

Choose one of our disciplines to focus your creative energies.

Dance Science

Texas A&M dance programs educate students in the art and science of dance. We offer a personalized approach to dance training through hands-on, field-based experiences including technical production, dance science research and Pilates.

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Performance and Visual Studies

Performance and Visual Studies is interested in what performance reveals about human experience and culture. Our program is distinctive in its integration of music, film, and theatre, but we also explore other cultural expressions, from religious events to sports and games.

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The Theatre program prepares students for careers onstage, backstage and offstage through collective creation and collaborative production, rooted in an ethic of care. The program is centered in a practice-based approach to the many facets of theatre-making, including performance, design and production.

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Our Visualization programs produce leaders in fields where art and science merge. Marked for its experimental and precise approach to design, our curriculum produces technical artists through cross-disciplinary coursework.

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Career Opportunities

Engaged faculty enable the School of Performance, Visualization & Fine Arts to provide the best education possible to our students. Our employees enable us to achieve excellence in teaching, research and service.

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Welcome to Aggieland

Bryan-College Station is a community that is rich in tradition and history. Nestled in the Brazos Valley, the area offers the amenities of a big city with a warm small-town charm. Prepare to be greeted with “Howdy!” because this is one of the friendliest places you’ll ever visit.

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