Questions about degrees/general knowledge in Architecture?
If I ever go to Uni, one of the degrees I'm looking at is Architecture. However, I have a few questions if anyone in this field can answer. 1) Will most of the architecture/cities around Europe/East Asia have been finished by 2015? 2) Would finding a job as an architect be harder by 2015? 3) What different is there between Architecture and Landscape Architecture? Thanks Additional question: What math would be better for Architecture? Pure math with statistics, decision, mechanics or statistics?
Asked By: Aaron Y - 12/6/2008
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A city is something that is never finished. The amount of commissions (and jobs available) will all depend on where the economy is at that time, and that is hard to predict... More
Answered By: terculum - 12/6/2008
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Even if you are not in the USA, the American Institute of Architecture website has a lot of good information about education and careers... More
Answered By: szivesen - 12/6/2008
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