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Private institutions only!
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute!
I'm assuming you mean comprehensive, which implies a decent dose of technical. Most of them are at public institutions. I could come up with about 5. Why do they have to be private?
I don't believe in Public education.
you must be a royal then.
here, let me save your retarded ass some time, given you're too fucking dumb to use google. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Architecture_school_in_the_United_States - just call me if you need assistance using copy-paste functions, and i can help with that as well.
i mean really, asshat?
I'm a product of public education (well, except for college). I think I turned out ok.
Also, it is less about the school than it is what you put into your education.
Well, if you change your mind, the 5 year programs which are really well thought of, and are public, are:
- Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
- University of Texas at Austin
- University of Oregon
- Pennsylvania State University
- Oklahoma State University
I'm implying a more involved structures and building construction sequence, usually indicated by distinct steel and concrete classes, rather than one in "structural concepts." There are others, which I'm either not familiar with, or are technically looser.
The plural of "curriculum" is "curricula", you dumb shit.
-- Living in Gin
(educated in public schools)
You know, the irony is, I don't know the plural of "curriculum" and I was educated in public schools. The next thing you say is "some people are just hopeless." Go on, say it.
I saw that, too, but said nothing. Maybe it will become accepted, the same way that formulae now coexists with formulas.
Hmm... it's like you knew you were gonna get slammed before you even started this thread.
I am currently a senior at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, MI. I like our program a lot, we definitely have a beefed up concentration of our curriculum in structures and building systems courses. I believe we were ranked 4th in the nation for building systems by DI rankings a few years ago. It's private so it might be worth a look, www.ltu.edu.