The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture provides the highest quality educational experience by melding principle to practice, drawing interdisciplinary connections, and fostering a supportive culture. The school has a longstanding legacy of preparing students to be leaders in the design disciplines, and works to build upon this strong foundation while continually refining its approach to teaching, research, and scholarly work. Its undergraduate architecture program is ranked ninth in the nation, and its graduate architecture program is consistently ranked in the top fifteen. The School of Architecture offers degrees in architecture, architectural history, community and regional planning, historic preservation, interior design, landscape architecture, sustainable design, and urban design. Its faculty is comprised of many accomplished and award-winning professionals with a broad range of expertise, and the school also advances scholarship through two dedicated research units: the Center for American Architecture and Design and the Center for Sustainable Development.
Above image: UTSOA’s West Mall Building features classrooms, review spaces, and the digitally-fabricated ONDA Wall. Photo by Casey Dunn, 2019.