The Graduate Program in
Water Resources Engineering at
Texas A&M University

                   Flowcharts                                       WRE Courses
     M.Eng.       M.S.      Ph.D.


This page and its companions are maintained by Prof. Kelly Brumbelow (Graduate Advisor for the Water Resources Engineering group) to provide information for current and prospective students in the graduate program in Water Resources Engineering (WRE) in the Zachry Department of Civil Engineering at Texas A&M University. 

The main purpose of these pages is to provide a clear and concise presentation of the many administrative issues that graduate students in our program face.  TAMU requires an array of documents and procedures in order to apply for and complete a graduate degree, and the requirements, deadlines, etc., are not always easy to find and/or understand.  In these pages, I hope to provide useful information for our students to navigate these documents and procedures.


Information for Current Students
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Information for Prospective Students
This page gives answers to many frequently asked questions that prospective graduate students have about our program.

Program Level: If you are interested in learning about our program as a prospective student, please see our website at

Department Level: We are part of the Zachry Department of Civil Engineering, and information about graduate studies at the department level can be found at  From that page you can access the online application system. 

University Level: TAMU's Office of Graduate Studies (OGS) provides university level information at

If you would like to contact me to ask for more information, my contact information is:
Dr. Kelly Brumbelow, Associate Professor and Graduate Advisor for Water Resources Engineering
Voice: +1-(979)-458-2678
Skype: kelly.brumbelow
Tokbox:  (Tokbox can be used for free voice and/or video calls over the web without setting up your own account like Skype requires; click on the link to call me)

Before you e-mail me, please see this page.