Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Message from the Dean

Allen Rasmussen

For those of you interested in Agriculture, Natural Resources or Human Sciences, please know that this is a great time to pursue your dreams. Today, our graduates are presented with outstanding opportunities to work in jobs that improve people’s lives and environment. Through education, research and service, our mission is to provide you excellent educational opportunities, help you develop a passion for learning and help you become a strong, well-rounded leader and critical thinker who can solve problems in an increasingly complex, dynamic and global society. To do this, we must work together and look beyond the horizon to seek new knowledge, applying it in novel ways to meet the challenges facing our communities.


We have an energetic faculty, staff and student body! Our faculty and staff are student oriented and adept at helping you develop the skills needed to become the person you want to be in your future career. We accomplish this through interesting classes sized to provide you individual student attention, an abundance of student clubs and activities, as well as practical, hands-on field experience.

You are offered a diversity of programs from nutrition to agribusiness to wildlife as well as nationally recognized research programs in wildlife ecology and sub-tropical horticulture. You may choose from an array of baccalaureate and master’s degrees, and selected doctoral degrees in an academically-challenging, learner-centered and caring environment, geared to contribute to your success.

As an added bonus Texas A&M-Kingsville is located in beautiful South Texas, where you can enjoy higher education in an ethnically and culturally diverse region of the nation. From our front door, you are provided access to world-class, pristine beaches and natural stretches of land known as the “last great habitat”.

Call us today so we can talk to you about your opportunities and plan your future together!

Dr. Allen Rasmussen
Dean
Dick and Mary Lewis Kleberg College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Human Sciences

This page was last updated on: June 07, 2011