The School of Architecture at the University of Texas at Arlington offers professionally accredited and internationally recognized degrees in Architecture, Interior Design, and Landscape Architecture.
The School's location in the center of the nation's fourth largest metropolitan area gives students almost every cultural, social, and professional opportunity nearby. Works by the foremost contemporary architects and landscape architects may be experienced and studied firsthand.
Employment Opportunities Industry professionals from the DFW area look to our students for potential employees in their chosen fields of study.
Submit job opportunities for students Potential employers can list job opportunities for members of the student community, using this simple online form.
Board of Regents approve CAPPA Schools of Architecture, Urban and Public Affairs unite to become College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs
Lecture Series Upcoming (and archived) events in the School of Architecture's Lecture Series.
Lamster named Best Critic D Magazine's "Best of Big D" has recognized UT Arlington's Mark Lamster as Best Critic for his work at the Dallas Morning News.
Architecture students in Advanced Design Studio embedded at HKS In partnership with the Center for Metropolitan Density
Urban Giants Short film about two iconic Art Deco buildings in Lower Manhattan, featuring UT Arlington's Kathryn Holliday, PhD.
Spaces and Places Landscape architect and UT Arlington professor Kevin Sloan explains the design decisions and inspiration behind three projects.
Foreign Studies Programs (UPDATED) - In addition to on-campus course work, graduate students may study and travel abroad as an integrated part of the curriculum
Student Work: TEX FILES showcases our exemplary student work, competition winners, Design Build work, faculty awards, and so on
The School of Architecture is grateful for the support of its alumni and friends. All gifts are dedicated to initiatives that improve the quality of our educational programs and prepare students for future success in, and leadership of, the design professions.
School of Urban and Public Affairs Information Forum
Thursday, Jun 4, 6:00 pm — University Hall Room 521