Texas A&M plans major growth in its engineering program

01/24/2013 | American City Business Journals

The Texas Workforce Commission predicts the state will see a rise in jobs for engineers in the future. To help meet this industry need, Texas A&M is committing to producing more graduates and creating the largest collegiate engineering program in the U.S -- 25,000 engineering students enrolled by 2025, a sizable jump from its current enrollment of about 11,000 engineering majors.

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