College of Architecture
Curriculum in Environmental Design
Environmental design professions, of which architecture, visualization and many allied disciplines are a part, are committed to improving the quality of life through the built environment. The curriculum in Environmental Design at Texas A&M is offered through the Department of Architecture. It provides opportunities for the study of disciplines that help create the built environment. It directs and challenges students to pursue their interests and talents within curriculum parameters.
Students in the environmental design curriculum study subjects in the arts, humanities, sciences, business and engineering. They learn skills and acquire knowledge in programming, problem analysis, communications, visualization, structures, mechanical equipment, systems materials, computer technology, history and design. In design studio, they learn to assimilate these arts, skills and knowledge, as well as to demonstrate and represent those ideas visually.
- Preparation for Professional Studies in Architecture
- Environmental Design Options
- Architectural Studies Option
- Visual Studies Option
- Transfer and Change of Major Students