Architectural Engineering - BACHELOR'S (B.S.)
The Bachelor of Science in architectural engineering program is designed to provide a strong foundation in science, mathematics, and engineering science; technical competence in the structural engineering area of civil engineering; and an understanding of the importance of ethics, safety, professionalism, and socioeconomic concerns in resolving technical problems through synthesis, planning, and design. Elements of design are introduced at the freshman level. This is followed by an analysis and design component in professional program courses, culminating in a comprehensive design experience.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The four basic architectural engineering curriculum areas are building structures, building mechanics systems, building electrical systems, and construction/construction management. Graduates are expected to reach the synthesis (design) level in building structures, application level in construction/construction management, and comprehension level in building mechanical and electrical systems.
Students will apply the knowledge and skills gained in the classroom in real-world settings through internships or co-ops and course projects, including the capstone project.
The 120-hour curriculum leads to a Bachelor of Science degree in architectural engineering. Transfer students may receive credit for courses listed in the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s Field of Study Curriculum.
- Admissions requirements
- Degree curriculum
- Degree information in the University Catalog
- Program Accreditation
- Architectural Engineering
- Structural Engineering
- Construction Management
- Project Management
- Civil Engineering
- Infrastructure Engineering
- CAD Manager
- Building Information Management (BIM) Specialist
- Building Design Assistance
WHY CHOOSE US?
- Benefit from a well-designed curriculum that balances coursework and practical skills
- Collaborate with students from different engineering disciplines on a capstone project
- Engage in cutting-edge research projects that are funded by university, industry, and government agencies
- Learn from well-established faculty who work closely with industry
- Excellent job opportunities in DFW
Take the next step toward investing in yourself by learning more about our Architectural Engineering - Bachelor's (B.S.) program.