Texas Tech University

Environmental Design

Program Information

Admission to the Graduate School must be obtained through the Graduate Admissions Office. Admission to a graduate program in the area of Environmental Design is based on a review by the Director of Graduate Programs for graduate students and the faculty. No single criterion is used. Credentials are evaluated according to the following criteria.

  • GPA from undergraduate/graduate study
  • TOEFL scores (International Students)
  • Copies of official transcripts
  • Letters of recommendation (preferably from both academic and industry sources)
  • Portfolio Review

Applicant's Career Goals

  • Applicant's career objectives
  • Telephone and/or on-campus interview

Resume or Vitae

  • Special accomplishments in industry or academic pursuits
  • Leadership experience
  • Other experience relevant to the pursuit of a graduate degree

A minimum of 34 credit hours is required for the Environmental Design Master's Degree Program. The student in consultation with the Director of Graduate Programs for graduate studies and Program Advisory Committee organizes a plane of study to include a minimum of:

  • 22 credit hours in the specialization area,
  • 9 electives/support collateral,
  • 3 hours for the final report.

Further information about the plan of study requirements may be obtained from the Director of Graduate Programs.

Degree Plan

Interior & Environmental Design Concentration Degree Plan

How to Apply

The Graduate School online application system is designed to help you easily navigate through the application process and ensure you complete your application in a timely manner. 

ALL documents must be submitted through the online portal and directly to the department.

How to Apply

Department of Design