I've had a hard time deciding on a major but architecture is something I've always wanted to go into. I'm deciding between UNCC and NC State's programs; both are good but I'm leaning towards Charlotte. My friends think I'm absolutely crazy because apparently architectural students get no free time and are always tied up. Has anyone on here been through architectural school? I don't have any friends or family who have so I'm just trying to get some opinions on if it's a career I'd really want to pursue. Preciate it!
I went to Clemson for a year while taking around 18 hours each semester. I was trying out the freshman architecture labs along with freshman/sophomore construction science.
I have a friend who is brilliant. He's doing his grad work at Yale. Clemson's program left him exhausted from the studio ALL the time.
The good thing is that you will know very quickly whether you truly love it or not. Design programs at any 4 year school will put a ton of work on you.
My major/career is web development. When we have joint classes with the designers the designers kick ass because their work ethic is so much better.
Rivera is talking in Fox speak with that mess. Who doesn't need a Calvin Johnson?
Are we going after another tight end?
We better be drafting O-lineman with the first 3 picks or of the offense is not going to be running the ball much if at all. Hopefully we draft some defense too because they'll need to be the 2000 Ravens to survive with what we have right now.