The Undergraduate Architecture Program at the UT School of Architecture offers two dual degree options for Bachelor of Architecture students. These dual degree programs will extend a student's timeline but also offer strong academic and professional benefits.
BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE/BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING
A six-year dual professional degree, the Bachelor of Architecture + Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering, sponsored jointly by the School of Architecture and the Cockrell School of Engineering, is founded upon the mutual interests of both architecture and architectural engineering. For admission to the dual degree program, a student must meet the Admission Requirements of the School of Architecture and the requirements given in Admission and Registration for the Cockrell School of Engineering. A total of at least 195 hours of coursework is required for this dual degree program.
BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE/BACHELOR OF ARTS, PLAN II
A five-year plus summers dual degree, the Bachelor of Architecture + Bachelor of Arts Plan II Honors, sponsored jointly by the School of Architecture and the College of Liberal Arts, offers the academic and professional advantage of a strong liberal arts background. Students interested in this program should consult the Plan II Program description given in the College of Liberal Arts. A total of at least 186 hours of coursework is required for this dual degree program.
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