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Posted by  steveA on January 16, 2003 at 07:02:06:

In Reply to:  Top 3 U. S. Graduate schools for Masters in Architecture? posted by eric on January 15, 2003 at 13:47:03:

This is difficult because the status changes so often, depending who is at the helm. Perception is also regulated by the effectiveness of the P.R. program. Also, some programs have a certain slant: Harvard is very international. University of Pennsylvania is less so and more practise oriented. Princeton should be considered. Columbia has the advantage of being in New York. I don't know much about the western schools, but I should think that Berkley and Rice are worth consideration. MIT is one one never hears much about for some reason. As for interiors: there is usually more ability to chart your own course in a graduate program. This is especially true in an M.Arch 2 program.

 
 
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