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Texas A&M University College of Architecture

Undergraduate Studies


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Majors

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

 


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Minors

The college's seven undergraduate minors require 15—18 hours of selected coursework in a specific field of study. Follow the links below to learn more about each minor.



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Articulated Degree Programs

Articulated degree programs allow students to earn an undergraduate and graduate degree faster than many students who follow more traditional paths to earning a graduate degree after graduation. Our college offers four articulated degree programs:

  • Bachelor of Landscape Architecture / Master of Land & Property Development
  • Bachelor of Landscape Architecture / Master of Urban Planning
  • Bachelor of Science in Urban & Regional Planning / Master of Land & Property Development
  • Bachelor of Science in Urban & Regional Planning / Master of Urban Planning

 

Learn more about these degrees.

 


Diversity Certificate

Drawing from existing courses, programs, and associations within the university, the Diversity Certificate Program enables students to create, synthesize, and integrate academic coursework, co-curricular experience, and service learning engagement in order to demonstrate their preparedness for participation in the modern global economy.

Learn more about the certificate.