Nine graduate degree programs and five graduate certificate programs are offered through the four academic departments in the College of Architecture at Texas A&M. Admission criteria vary from program to program. For more information regarding the specific program you are interested in, please see the contact information listed below.
Download application from the Office of Admissions and Records. Mail appropriate documentation to the university. Mail a completed application, official transcripts from all universities and/or colleges attended, Graduate Record Exam (GRE) score, Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score and application fee - $50 for domestic applicants and $75 for international applicants - to the following address:
Please note: include an email address with each item submitted to Texas A&M. Do not send portfolio, letters of recommendation and statement of purpose to the university address listed directly above. GRE scores will not be waived.
Mail appropriate documents to the respective department. These include:
Please note: do not send application, GRE scores, TOEFL score, and application fee to the college address listed directly below. Include an email address with each item submitted to Texas A&M and the College of Architecture.
Sending application materials to the wrong address will delay the application review process. Include your name and address on portfolio - notebook, slides, CD-ROM. If sending slides, please put your name on each slide. Include an email address with each item submitted to Texas A&M and the College of Architecture.
Applications will not be processed by the admissions office until the application fee and all requested information - GRE, TOEFL, transcripts, etc. - have been received.
Applications cannot be reviewed by the College of Architecture without all necessary information: transcripts, GRE scores, TOEFL score, portfolio, if required, letters of recommendation and statement of purpose.
The application fee cannot be waived or paid for by the department.
GRE scores will not be waived.
Applicants may check their application status online at the Office of Admissions and Records.
Department of Visualization Deadlines:
International students who seek financial assistance and fellowships should submit all application materials to the admissions office by January 15 for fall entry.
Programs without spring admission:
Programs requiring a portfolio:
For program information, please contact the graduate program coordinators within each department.