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Should I be at Texas A&M all four years?

miserationmiseration Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
edited September 2011 in Texas A&M University
I want to go into petroleum engineering and I have heard that Texas A&M is one of the better schools for it. I don't know if I should worry about getting into this college for my first 2 years or if University of Delaware (I am a Delaware resident) and then transferring to Texas A&M would work just as well.
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Replies to: Should I be at Texas A&M all four years?

  • derekallen2009derekallen2009 Registered User Posts: 437 Member
    Try first and if not, try again later. What could it hurt?..
  • gsteingstein Registered User Posts: 1,493 Senior Member
    If your motivation is to save money, then Delaware may be a better option. However, A&M accepts very few external transfers into Petroleum Engineering so if that's your end goal, I don't know if I'd chance it. Apply to A&M now, and go there if accepted.
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