What Type of Applicant Are You?
Students with a B.S. in Architecture from Texas Tech University
External Student (international or domestic)
How to Apply?
The entirety of your application is now completed at one site, and is completely paperless. Please do not send any physical documents to the TTU Graduate School or the TTU College of Architecture unless specifically requested.
To get started please create an account using the Application Link below, then select the semester and the program that you would like to apply for. The College of Architecture offers 3 graduate programs:
Please select which type of application from the other drop down menu “Application Type”.
Once you have selected the program you wish to apply for and your residency status, it is time to complete the application. You will be taken to a new screen that has four quadrants which make up your entire application, and all four quadrants must be fully completed to submit your application.
Application Link: https://texastechgrad.liaisoncas.com (works best with Chrome or Firefox) If you have any questions about completing your application please visit the “Instructions and FAQs” link at the bottom of your application screen, clicking on the blue question mark at the top of your screen, or choose the link provided here: https://help.liaisonedu.com/Texas_Tech_Grad_Applicant_Help_Center If your question cannot be answered at the Help Center, please feel free to reach out to the Texas Tech Graduate School by clicking on the blue question mark at the top of your screen or email the College of Architecture Graduate Advisor Jeff Rammage.
Master of Architecture:
Master of Science in Architecture:
The Master of Science, post professional program begins in the Fall semester only.
Land-Use Planning, Management, and Design:
The LPMD program begins in the Fall semester only.
NOTE: Applicants who have NOT received their Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Texas Tech University will be reviewed by an admission committee who will place the applicant within the curriculum. Leveling courses may be assigned.