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Doctor of Philosophy in Urban and Regional Sciences

The Department of Landscape Architecture & Urban Planning (LAUP) at Texas A&M University is seeking strong applicants for our doctoral program in Urban & Regional Sciences.

We are accepting applicants in, but not limited to, five emphasis areas:

Learn more about the Ph.D. program.

2020-2021 Funding Priorities

For the 2020-2021 academic year, we are prioritizing funding for students in the following areas:

Financial Support for Ph.D. Students

Doctoral students are typically funded either through externally-funded grants (from National Science Foundation, National Institutes for Health, etc.) or through departmental assistantships. University fellowships are also available for exceptional candidates.

Assistantships provide tuition for 9 credit hours, health insurance, and a monthly stipend. Some also cover fees. LAUP typically provides four years of support if the students are in good standing, which is equivalent to about $76,400 in total. Work assignments include both research and teaching opportunities. International and domestic students receiving financial assistance are eligible for in-state tuition.

 

Questions

For more information about the Ph.D. in Urban & Regional Sciences program, please contact:

Dr. Chanam Lee
Ph.D. Program Coordinator
chanam@tamu.edu

Questions about application requirements and process can be directed to Ms. Brandi Blankenship at bblankenship@arch.tamu.edu.