The purpose of the Master of Architecture degree program offered by the University of Texas at Arlington is to educate toward ultimate leadership positions within the profession of architecture. Within a broad curriculum, design as a discipline and a process is emphasized. Students are encouraged to give rich visual and material substance to both theoretical and pragmatic ideas.
Full-time Duration:1 year
Starting in:January, August
Tuition Fee:$23,486 per year
Location:Arlington Campus, Texas City, United States
The design disciplines – Architecture and Interior Design – teach us to understand and to shape the space we live in: rooms, buildings, cities. These disciplines are old, among the first activities of civilization itself.
They are also new, requiring advanced knowledge and skills to serve contemporary culture. The design disciplines operate at many levels of thought and concern.
On one hand they are very practical, dealing with a host of concrete realities; on the other they are highly conceptual, having to do with meaning and society’s highest aspirations.
The context for design at The University of Texas at Arlington focuses on the contemporary urban condition, a viewpoint especially appropriate for a school at the heart of a diverse, expanding and internationally oriented region like Dallas/Fort Worth.
The curriculum of the Master of Architecture degree program offered by University of Texas Arlington is coordinated with the Bachelor of Science in Architecture curriculum degree to form a six-year professional program.
There are three distinct programs of study in architecture, which provide options to graduate students with different backgrounds and needs. Path A requires approximately 3-1/2 years, Path B two years, and Path C one year.
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B.S. or B.A. Degree - Hold a 4-year B.S. or B.A. degree from an accredited program.
GPA of 3.0 - Have a GPA of 3.0 as calculated by Graduate Admissions.
GRE score of 297 - Have a minimum total score of 154 in the verbal and 143 in the quantitative portions of the Graduate Record Exam (GRE).
3 Letters of recommendation - Submit three letters of recommendation from sources who are familiar with the applicant's academic record, preferably former professors. (For applicants who have been out of school for an extended period, letters of recommendation may be from professional sources if academic ones are no longer available).
200 Word EssaySubmit a short 200-word personal statement providing evidence of professional or academic goals consistent with the Architecture Program.
Starting January 2024
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Starting August 2024
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