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Posted by  jon on February 25, 2003 at 18:41:35:

In Reply to:  The World Changes... thats why. posted by PAul on February 25, 2003 at 16:24:02:

Paul, At my college the grad program consists of pre-thesis, thesis, theroy, Prof.Pratice, and a couple elective. the classes where you learn how buildings are put together and structrual systems is in the undergrad. Nothing in the grad program would help you design a building better. I have been told that most of what youll need to know for the registering exam, you learn on-the-job. This same person said the M.arch program is more of a "weeding out". Its not they will be better architects, but it will look like there more serious because of the degree. The funnny thing is, in college I had several teachers that did not have a masters. These teachers were just as sucesfull and good than the ones with the higher degrees. The dean of the school had his Ph.d and I dont think he would know which end of a hammer to hold.

 
 
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