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Posted by  Donald on November 12, 2003 at 13:37:58:

In Reply to:  Donald posted by Mccathy on November 12, 2003 at 12:13:06:

The U of I has a Well Rounded Program which is one of its strengths. You will come out with a good balance of Design, Structures, History, Construction and Practice...and I highly recommend it for most any UG or Graduate Student.

The Masters MBA of Architecture program is one possibility for you then if you are not an Under Graduate architect student. The U of I @ Champaign-Urbana Campus has a program there. I know of one who graduated their program and is now a practicing attorney for architects. A different perspective on the profession for him I suppose. Check out the U of I Architecture programs at:


check out this site for MS or MBA degrees specializing in Information Systems (IS) degrees as they apply to Design of another kind:

U of I Chicago is listed there as well, not Champaign campus.

Good luck to you to in wherever your studies lead you.

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