Skip to main content

The College of Architecture at Texas A&M University is one of the largest colleges of its kind in the United States, offering a comprehensive catalog of prominently ranked graduate and undergraduate programs in the design, planning, construction, land development and visualization professions.

The college administers six undergraduate and nine graduate degree programs, each fully accredited at the highest possible level, through its four departments. Offerings include four professional design and planning degrees, as well as doctorate programs in architecture and urban and regional planning. It also houses all Texas A&M University programs in the visual arts. 

One of the premier design research institutions in the world, the Texas A&M College of Architecture strives to remain at the forefront of research, teaching, professional education and outreach associated with built and virtual environments.

The college is distinctive in that it offers a truly interdisciplinary curriculum, recognizing that no single professional track or narrow specialization can adequately prepare tomorrow's building and planning professionals. Because the college houses all of the built environment disciplines, it is uniquely suited for interdisciplinary collaboration.

An organizing principle of the college is the influence of research on teaching. Its rich and diverse research portfolio includes projects conducted in and across its departments through its multiple research centers and in collaboration with other colleges and centers in the university.

For a description of the available academic programs, click on the link below the picture.

Master Arch.png  Master of Architecture

 MS-Arch.jpg  Master of Science in Architecture

 Master Land-Arch.png  Master of Landscape Architecture

 Master Urban-Planning.png  Master in Urban Planning

 MS-VIZ.png  Master of Science in Vizualization

 Master Land-Prop-Dvlpmnt.png  Master of Science in Construction Management

 PhD-ARCH.png  PhD in Architecture

 PhD-Urban-Regional-Sci.jpg  PhD in Urban & Regional Science