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Posted by  Ralph on December 12, 2003 at 04:38:36:

In Reply to:  top US grad schools posted by pc on December 11, 2003 at 13:16:06:

Just ran on this after my first reply--

3. 2004 America's Best Architecture & Design Schools

This is the fifth consecutive year that Design Intelligence has issued its design school rankings, and, for the first time, NAAB-accredited bachelor's and master's architecture programs are ranked separately. This year's top few schools for each degree type include:

For masters;
Harvard-1; Yale-2; Cincinnati-4 [listed first for bachelors]


America's Best Architecture & Design Schools includes a variety of sections such as:

- The best undergraduate and graduate architecture programs in the U.S.

- How design firms ranked schools in their own geographical regions

- The country's best interior design programs

- A comprehensive state-by-state matrix of degree programs in architecture, industrial design, interior design, landscape architecture and planning

- The Editor's Top 40 Value Picks--ranking excellent architecture schools with tuition below $19,999 a year

- A list of schools whose professors have been awarded the most design teaching awards

- The latest national salary estimates for the design professions

- Commentary and analysis of the current state of design education by deans of the study's leading programs

The 32-page report is available for purchase as a downloadable PDF ($19.95) and in print ($29.95, includes PDF). DesignIntelligence is a monthly newsletter publication published by the Design Futures Council and produced by The Greenway Group, Inc. For more information, email info@greenwayconsulting.com or call 770/209-3770.

 
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