2019 Most Popular Environmental Design Schools in the Southeast Region

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Southeast Region Schools Offering Environmental Design Listed In Order of Popularity

This is a ranking of colleges and universities based solely on the popularity of their Environmental Design program. Read the methodology here.

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It is hard to beat North Carolina State University if you wish to study Environmental Design. With over 20,000 students, North Carolina State University at Raleigh is among the biggest schools in the country.

For graduates who would like to carry on following their bachelor's degree, North Carolina State University at Raleigh has graduate programs available. International students coming from approximately 48 different countries are enrolled at North Carolina State University at Raleigh. A virtual tour could be a great way to learn more about North Carolina State University at Raleigh.

It is difficult to beat Florida Atlantic University if you want to study Environmental Design. Looking for a big school? This institution has more than 20,000 students on campus.

About 60.0% of the teachers at FAU have full-time hours, which means they should have plenty of time to work with students in their class. You might want to invest in an ACT preparation class before taking the test because the typical ACT score is 22. Look at a few school videos to discover what student life is like.

It's difficult to beat Auburn University if you want to pursue Environmental Design as a major. Want a large student body? This school has over 20,000 students on campus.

Auburn's women's softball team is a goliath you are sure to love watching. At least 87.0% of the professors at Auburn have full-time hours, so they have ample time to focus on their students. A virtual tour could be an easy way to find out more about Auburn University.

University of Memphis is a good choice for students pursuing an Environmental Design degree. This school has one of the largest student bodies in Tennessee.

Freshmen are not required to live on-campus at University of Memphis. Study hard for your SAT; the standard score of applicants to U of Memphis is 1,030. If you are considering learning more, you can view every one of University of Memphis' rankings here.

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