They say everything’s bigger in Texas, and the University of Texas at Austin is no exception. Holding the #2 spot on our list of the best architecture schools, UT Austin’s School of Architecture boasts a long, historic legacy in the field and features a massive array of academic program options. Among them are undergrad minors and majors in architecture and interior design, plus graduate programs in architectural history, community and regional planning, historic preservation, landscape architecture, sustainable design, and many more!
Texas A&M (aka TAMU) is home to the largest student body in the US, making this one bustling campus! With an eye-popping $18 billion system-wide endowment, it also has plenty of funding for top-notch facilities and faculty. The prestigious School of Architecture offers five undergrad majors and ten graduate majors spanning three departments, as well as dual degrees and certificates. Students can benefit from the numerous research spaces, including the Automated Fabrication & Design Lab and Schob Nature Preserve.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|The University of Texas at Austin Austin, TX||19 : 1||50,476|
|Texas A & M University-College Station College Station, TX||24 : 1||70,418|
|Texas Tech University Lubbock, TX||23 : 1||40,322|
|University of Houston Houston, TX||31 : 1||47,090|
|The University of Texas at Arlington Arlington, TX||44 : 1||48,072|