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Posted by  Jon on May 25, 2003 at 22:28:04:

In Reply to:  Having second thoughts about my talent and creativity for architecture posted by Jaime on May 25, 2003 at 08:34:46:

You can always wait to commit to architecture until your masters degree, which you will need professionally. Take some architecture courses along with the math and science you enjoy, along with the history, literature, philosophy, religion, psychology, art history, media, computers etc. courses available to you at any good university. Better for your design thinking to be well-educated rather than specialized. Work summers in construction for your architecture education while an undergraduate. You'll meet not a few highly educated folks swinging hammers and pulling wire. Also some real yahoos who you'll never encounter on campus - an important part of your education also. Don't worry, study hard, keep a journal. Good luck!

 
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