Message - Re: Curriculum for an undergraduate architect

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Posted by  steveA on March 08, 2004 at 14:15:30:

In Reply to:  Re: Curriculum for an undergraduate architect posted by Chris on March 07, 2004 at 08:41:33:

I think there is a good reason to switch schools when going for the M. Arch. Every school has its own culture. Even within the "theory" schools and the "practical" schools there are many factions. You come away from undergraduate school with a pretty narrow view (most likely). I would look for a school that is a contrast to what I've been exposed to. If Minnisota is a theory based school with its roots in european formalism, I might check out a school with a more traditional bent, or maybe a cutting edge technological approach. I'm not familiar with Milwaukee (is it Univ. of Wisc.?) but I wouldn't be interested in spending my money on something I could be payed to learn as an intern. Steve

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