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Texas A&M University College of Architecture

Academic Programs

The College of Architecture offers a comprehensive catalog of top-ranked graduate and undergraduate programs in the architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, construction science, land development, and visualization disciplines.

We offer six undergraduate degree programs and ten graduate degree programs, each fully accredited at the highest possible level, through our four departments:

Department of Architecture

 Department of Construction Science

 Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning

 Department of Visualization


Undergraduate Studies

The College of Architecture offers six majors and six minors to undergraduate students within our four departments. Visit our Undergraduate Studies page to read about our articulated degrees, the variety of scholarships available to our students, and how to apply to Texas A&M University. 

Bachelor of Environmental Design

Bachelor of Science in Construction Science

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture

Bachelor of Science in Urban & Regional Planning

Bachelor of Science in Visualization

Bachelor of Science in University Studies—Global Arts, Planning, Design & Construction



Graduate Studies

The college's highly-ranked graduate programs offer ten degrees, including dual-degree and graduate certificate programs. Read on to learn more about our master's and doctorate programs, as well as the generous funding opportunities available to our students.

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 Management

Master of Science in Visualization

Master of Fine Arts in Visualization

Doctor of Philosophy in Architecture

Doctor of Philosophy in Urban & Regional Sciences 


Study Abroad

College of Architecture curriculum requires students to pursue opportunities to study in venues worldwide, gathering life-changing experiences that transform them into citizens of the larger world. Each undergraduate student spends one semester away from campus during their junior year of studies, either through the college's Study Abroad programs, a semester at a National Student Exchange university, a service-oriented program, or a professional internship at a firm engaged in a business represented by the departments in the college. Our Study Abroad students travel to countries such as Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, China, Mexico, and Costa Rica.