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Texas A&M University College of Architecture

Graduate Studies


Graduate Programs

The College of Architecture houses ten graduate programs across its four departments. Click the program below for more information about each degree's requirements. 

 

 


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Dual-Degree Programs 

Dual-degree programs consolidate graduate-level curriculum, allowing students to earn two masters degrees in three years. The following programs are currently available.

  • Master of Land and Property Development / Master of Real Estate
  • Master of Land and Property Development / Master of Urban Planning
  • Master of Land and Property Development / Master of Architecture
  • Master of Land and Property Development / Master of Science in Construction Management
  • Master of Urban Planning / Master of Architecture

 

 


Graduate Certificates 

The College of Architecture currently offers five graduate certificates. The certificate credential indicates that a student has completed a program of courses consisting of at least 15 credit hours in a concentrated area. At this time, all College of Architecture certificates are degree-dependent, meaning that students must be currently enrolled in a Texas A&M degree program in order to be eligible for a certificate.