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Posted by  Daeadalus on December 15, 2003 at 09:35:35:

In Reply to:  Is the Boston Architectural Center a good choice? posted by matt on December 08, 2003 at 07:53:32:

Depends on what you want out of school. What other options do you have? No negative or positive tone intended there. Architecture doesnt pay too well when you are finished with school compared to other fields. If you want to go for the education, you may do better. I dont know enough about that school though. If you want to be a more "practical" architect, i am sure that school is fine. Examine all your options, and try to see where your heart lies. If not working means a bit of extra debt, you may get alot more out of working 1 or 2 days a week and going to the school of your choice than attending BAC. But only you can answer that. Good luck.

 
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