What's your vision of the future? Will we be living in computerized homes? Heating purely with solar energy? Using building materials that haven't even been invented yet? If you study architecture then you might help decide these kinds of things. Studies in architecture and built environment involve a powerful blend of the technical and the creative. Architecture may teach you, not just how to draw and plan, but to be sensitive to cultural understanding as well as social and environmental responsibility. After all, architects literally shape people's lives! You may study urban design, community planning, architectural theory and history, sustainable design, landscape architecture, or architectural and building technology, and you can choose a professional or non-professional bachelor's degree, associate's degree or technical certificate depending on your interest and based on the time you may want to spend in school. Schools in the USA has compiled a directory of selected schools offering programs in architecture and built environment to help you explore your options. So have a look around and you may start building your career in architecture today!
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