About the course
The four-yearBachelor of Science in degree atUniversity of Texas Arlingtonis a four-year pre-professional degree program of studies comprising, with a later two-year graduate program, the six-year Master of Architecture curriculum. This sequence, called the4 + 2 model, has been adopted by many major universities as the most effective way of combining liberal education with professional education. It provides the basis for various career possibilities, including the professional degree ofMaster of Architectureor the Master ofLandscape Architecture; these advanced degrees are normally awarded after two years of graduate study.A large number of electives allows the student the flexibility to pursue special interests in the school and in the University. The four-year undergraduate architecture program consist of two two-year segments Basic StudiesandMajor Studies.The first two years (Basic Studies) is a foundation curriculum taken by all undergraduates at that level in the school. In addition to work in the arts and sciences, Basic Studies includes a series of lecture and studio courses which introduce the student to the concepts, history, skills, and vocabulary of design.Following the two-year Basic Studies sequence, in the third and fourth years (Major Studies), the student concentrates in one of the design disciplines, taking courses and studios of a more advanced and professional nature. Those pursuing the Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree follow the architecture sequence.
Intake Months
February
Delivery Locations
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Qualification
Bachelor Degree
Estimated annual course fee
USD 26,358
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Duration
4 Years

University of Texas - Arlington

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An educational leader in the heart of the thriving North Texas region, the University of Texas at Arlington nurtures minds within an environment that values excellence, ingenuity and diversity. Its students participate in a robust slate of co-curricular activities that prepare them to become the next generation of leaders.
The university has expert faculty and dedicated resources backing more than 180 rigorous bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree programs in a broad range of disciplines. Students and faculty work at some of the most advanced learning environments in Texas, including the state-of-the-art labs inside the Science & Engineering Innovation & Research building and the North Texas Genome Center, the clean room in its nanofab lab, the kilns in glass-blowing studios, the neonatal intensive care unit in its Smart Hospital, and the advanced materials and structures lab in the College of Engineering.
With more than 300 campus organizations and over than 10,000 students living on or adjacent to campus, and a constant flow of speakers, entertainers, and musicians visiting year-round, UTA has an unstoppable energy. Students, faculty, and staff put that energy to work doing service projects, contributing about 680,000 volunteer hours annually through programs like the Big Event and other programs and events.
The university also competes in NCAA Division I and offers various sport options that include basketball, baseball, outdoor track and field, tennis, cross country, golf and softball. Its campus spans 420 acres and includes more than 100 buildings, some dating from 1919.
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Arlington Campus - University of Texas - Arlington

701 South Nedderman Drive, Arlington, Texas, 76019

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The 420 acre main campus is at the southern edge of downtown Arlington, which also includes the largest branch of the public library, City Hall, Theatre Arlington, Levitt Pavilion, Arlington Museum of Art, churches, and numerous types of businesses just south of the Texas and Pacific Railway line, around which the city was established.