Graduate Studies


 

Graduate Majors

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

Master of Architecture

Master of Science in Architecture

Master of Land & Property Development

Master of Landscape Architecture

Master of Urban Planning

Master of Science in Construction Mangement

Master of Science in Visualization

Master of Fine Arts in Visualization

Doctor of Philosophy in Architecture

Doctor of Philosophy in Urban & Regional Sciences 

 

 


Dual-Degree Programs

Dual-Degree Programs 

Dual-degree programs consolidate gradudate-level curricula, allowing students to earn two masters degrees in three years. The following programs are currently available. Learn More

• 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

 

 


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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. Learn More

Environmental Hazard Management Certificate

Health Systems & Design Certificate

Historic Preservation Certificate

Sustainable Urbanism Certificate

Transportation Planning Certificate