Our son who just started classes today as a junior in high school has decided to pursue Architectural Engineering in college. We did a lot of research during the summer on schools offering this degree (aka ArchE) within US. Since we are from Texas, we also visited UT Austin (offers ArchE) & Texas A&M (does not offer ArchE). We are looking for the admission criteria for students who were admitted to ArchE program at UT Austin since this is the first choice of our son.
We also communicated with University of Nebraska, Lincoln based on the info on their website & out-of-state tuition.Their ArchE campus is located in UN Omaha but the degree is given by UN Lincoln. Part of their reason for this is that Omaha is home to three of the major architectural engineering firms in the country: HDR, DLR, and Leo A Daly. Can any parent and/ or student elaborate on the University of Nebraska, Lincoln experience?
What other out-of-Texas schools should we seriously consider?