UT Leads SEC in ARE
The UT College of Architecture and Design isn’t just educating students. We’re also building architects.
The College of Architecture and Design takes pride—and rightfully so—in the number of Architecture alumni who are licensed. Numbers tell the story. In the past six years, UT graduates have scored at or above the national average on the ARE more than any other school in the Southeastern Conference.1
In fact, since 2010, graduates from the School of Architecture at UT have on average scored higher each year on the Architect Registration Exam than those from any other school in the Southeastern Conference.2
The Architect Registration Exam is a challenging, multi-phased exam that graduates can choose to undergo. Our alumni make that choice more often than any other school in the SEC. In 2015 alone, a total of 519 tests were taken by UT graduates, more than any other school in the SEC.3
While other schools have fine architecture programs, UT clearly prepares students for success. More than 88% of tests taken by UT graduates since 2010 have reached scores at or above the national average.4 Our studio culture and, in particular, our integrations studios, are some of the best in the U.S., as reflected by DesignIntelligence, which ranked UT’s School of Architecture #27 overall, #13 of public schools in 2016. Our professors prepare students to not only challenge themselves while on campus and abroad but also earn the right to call themselves “Architect” once they graduate.
Want to know more? Call the School of Architecture at 865-974-5265 and read more at archdesign.utk.edu.
Learn more about the College of Architecture and Design in the 2015 Annual Report.
1UT: 37. Ark 27, Aub 17, Fla 22, Ken 22, LSU 25, MSU 31, TAM 24
2UT: 74. Ark 69, Aub 63, Fla 67, Ken 66, LSU 68, MSU 72, TAM 66
3UT: 519. Ark 258, Aub 469, Fla 370, Ken 279, LSU 364, MSU 264, TAM 290
4UT: 88.09%. Ark 67%, Aub 40%, Fla 52%, Ken 50%, LSU 60%, MSU 74%, TAM 57%