Message - Re: Why the changes in education requirements??

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Posted by  Per Corell on February 28, 2003 at 13:19:08:

In Reply to:  Re: Why the changes in education requirements?? posted by Michael A. LeBatard, AIA,CSI,NCARB on February 28, 2003 at 10:42:44:

I spended 4 years as unregistraded student and I would have "learned" the same even I didn't have this oppotunity. So what you say is only partly even mostly true ; an academic degree would not have dhanged my experience with academics, I would be looking for design tools nomatter what, as I spended the time since computers was there, promising a direct link to the production.
All this you can learn most of, but what kind of education would this be today, where the idear about "the master architect" is as off-topic while ever. Students is educated for group works, and the social skills are in top together with the respect for the individual, then who need a Dinusaur or somone who don't maneage to inspire. Still it's your choice do you want a boss that steal all you produce or one who stimulate your ambition.

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