Please see How to Apply page for complete details on Application Rounds.
Unfortunately, no. The program is designed as a lock-step, cohort program. Each new class begins in the fall semester (August), only.
No, we only admit students for each fall semester, which begins in August of each year. However, we do accept applications year round.
As of Fall 2012, the GRE and GMAT exam is no longer required as an element of your application.
No. You do not need a degree in Industrial Distribution nor Engineering. Many of our students possess a wide variety of backgrounds and disciplines which further enriches the program. You do need a four year bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
There is no minimum GPA requirement to gain admittance into the MID Program. The MID Admissions Committee reviews an applicant’s entire application as a whole, including work experience, essays, professional resume and letters of recommendation.
Upon gaining admittance into the program, you will be recognized as a full-time, graduate student of Texas A&M University. Financial Aid may be available, for those students who meet requirements to received aid. All applicants interested in obtaining aid are highly encouraged to submit an application with Texas A&M Financial Aid office or FAFSA. The FAFSA code for Texas A&M is 003632.
Yes. The MID Residency Week is held every year, at the beginning of August. Residency Week is a great opportunity for you to meet fellow classmates, faculty and staff all while learning about Industrial Distribution and what it means to be a part of Texas A&M University.
The dates for the next coming Residency Week are: August 14-18, 2017, in College Station, Texas.
There are no class meeting times in the MID Program, with the exception of Residency Week and Capstone Project Presentations/Graduation. Occasionally, professors and students schedule telephone conferences and webinars. However, these are optional and not required.
Upon completion of all degree requirements, you will obtain a Master of Industrial Distribution degree from the Dwight Look College of Engineering. Your diploma will not state that you took courses online; for this program is recognizes as a full-fledged graduate program of Texas A&M University.
Yes! MID students will qualify and may order an Aggie Ring during their second year in the program. Please see the Association of Former Students for more information.