Heritage, Volume 8, Number 3, Summer 1990 Page: 32
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COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE
TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
College Station, Texas 77843-3137
ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS AND DEGREES OFFERED
Bachelor of Environmental Design
A four-year pre-professional degree.
Master of Architecture
Emphasis areas in architectural design, history and preservation, interior architecture,
health facilities, energy optimization, and computer graphics and animation.
Doctor of Philosophy in Architecture
Bachelor of Science in Building Construction
A four-year interdisciplinary degree program.
Master of Science in Construction Management
An advanced multidisciplinary thirty-six hour
program of graduate study in construction management.
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
A five-year professional degree.
Master of Landscape Architecture
A two-year post-professional degree and a three-year professional degree
for career change candidates.
Doctor of Environmental Design
URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING
Master of Science in Land Development
A thirty-six hour degree that combines physical planning and
business management skills for entrepreneurship in real estate.
Master of Urban Planning
A forty-eight hour professional degree in city planning.
Doctor of Philosophy in Urban and Regional Science
RESEARCH CENTERS AND LABORATORIES
* Center for Historic Resources * Visualization Laboratory
* Hazard Reduction and Recovery Center
* Human Testing Laboratory * Regional Daylighting Center
* Center for Urban Affairs
INTERNATIONAL STUDY PROGRAMS
Australia, Egypt, Guatemala, Italy, Japan
UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS OFFICE 409/845-1144
GRADUATE PROGRAMS OFFICE 409/845-6583
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