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Sat, Apr 8, 2006 at 5:57:37 PM | Michagan colloges

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im still only a jounior in highschool, so im starting to look at some colloges to apply to. i wanted to know if anyone knew of any good archtectiure coologes/programs that use Revit. any advice welcome.

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Sat, Apr 8, 2006 at 6:06:32 PM | RE: Michagan colloges

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did you check out this link? http://aec.cadalyst.com/aec/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=185409 best regards, coreed,aia Post edited on 2006-04-08 13:07:48

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Sat, Apr 8, 2006 at 6:35:07 PM | RE: Michagan colloges

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I just applied to SCAD. and SPSU. hammer87; make sure you look into a school that has the accreditation from the NAAB. http://www.naab.org/cal_cat1724/cal_cat.htm <that may help you. Goodluck. Gerry

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Sat, Apr 8, 2006 at 6:58:44 PM | RE: Michagan colloges

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ya that naab site did help. only thing was there wasnt a lot of choices in michagan.

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Sat, Apr 8, 2006 at 7:01:14 PM | RE: Michagan colloges

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Glad that site helped.Yes It is difficult to find an accredited college... only 3 in Georgia.

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Sun, Apr 9, 2006 at 2:12:44 AM | RE: Michagan colloges

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wow. talk aboult selective

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Wed, Apr 19, 2006 at 7:49:15 PM | RE: Michagan colloges

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What many individuals will do is: 1) Start at a junior college and transfer into an architecture program. 2) Start as an "undecided" major in that University then transfer into the architecture program after your required classes (Science, math, etc) are taken. 3) Start in an architecture program that's not accredited yet is affliated (or has a transfer program with) an accredited program. My school, Southern Illinois University, had a good Bachelors program in Architecture that wasn't accredited, yet it transfered well into the University of Illinois and their Masters Degree program which is an accredited institution. Personally I never went on to an accredited University as I was able to achieve my career goals without actually becoming an Architect... and my Bachelors was enough to open the doors of many firms that simply wanted a good, knowledgable, designer/detailer and my career went off in other directions from there. (From designing homes to teaching architects./ designers how to design within their computer applications).

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Wed, Apr 19, 2006 at 8:56:20 PM | RE: Michagan colloges

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that is one of the main reasons i left the state of Michigan when i went to College. the only real options for me were Univ. of Detroit, Univ of Michigan, or Lawrence Tech (with U-M being the only school i actually applied to). if i remember correctly, there are a couple decent programs down in Ohio and a few more in Illinois (i dont remember any in Indiana, but i wasnt looking there). i ended up out here in LA at USC. it was a great decision for me at that point in my life, but since i was admitted (1997), tuition/room & Board/fees have gone up nearly $15,000 and entrance requirements have gone through the roof.

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Mon, Apr 24, 2006 at 3:23:22 PM | RE: Michagan colloges

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welll back when i was born, my grandfather had set up a colloge fund for me, but in order to use the money from it, i have to go to a colloge in michagan.

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