Preparing for Architecture School
If you are considering study in architecture, your post-secondary planning process should begin in high school. Architecture and built environment programs and schools can be competitive and are rigorous; therefore, it is important to plan your high school courses accordingly. Architecture blends creativity, precision planning and technical skills. Therefore some of the classes you will want to take are English, speech/communications, art/ drawing, computers, physics, humanities/ social sciences and mathematics (trigonometry at the least, and calculus is even better). This wide range of knowledge and courses will ensure you are well prepared for the schools and programs that make your list.
If you are still in high school and are thinking about going to school for architecture, there are several additional things that you can do to prepare and increase your chances of success-both with the application and in the program:
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