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美國最佳建築學院及排名

美國有很多建築學院,麗斯美國留學中心為你們編制了幾項排名,讓您對建築學院有更廣泛的認識。

想選擇適合您的建築學位及學院,請聯繫我們,讓麗斯富有經驗的顧問提供我們中肯及專業的意見。過去我們的「精英計劃」幫助不少學生進入不少名校。另一方面,如果你未准備好入讀這類別學校,我們建議你從適當的社區學院(CC)或我們的文理學院(Liberal Arts)學院修讀一些Pre-Arch課程,兩年後再轉到這些院校。

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為什麼要成為建築師?

著名的中國美國建築師貝律銘裴培生於二○一○年四月二十六日剛於4.26, 2017度過百歲生日。也許如果你想長壽,可以如貝聿銘一樣成為一名成功的建築師!

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To be an Architect

You need to be licensed by the state in which you're working. Pre-professional programs, BA or BS are designed to take 4 years. Those who take these programs also need to complete M. Arch (graduate level education in architecture) to become a licensed architect. Professional programs for a B. Arch normally take 5 years, it is a more direct route to obtaining a license.

Degrees offred by Archtecture School

A BA or BS offers a more rounded education that requires an M. Arch to get internships and a license On the other hand, B. Arch is a more focused approach leading directly to internships and licensure. Both options provide the unique skills an architect must possess and choosing depends on the student's interests and goals.

Litz's Advices

There are many Architecture Schools in USA, for a student, it won’t be easy to pick the right program and the right schools for you. So let our experienced consultants advise you on picking the right degree and school and we help on your application as well.

On the other hand, if you are not that ready to go straight to an Architecture school, why not start with an appropriate Community College or one of our private Liberal Arts Colleges with a Pre-Arch course? During these two years, students can explore if Architecture is really his/her right choice. After finishing the first two years, students can transfer to the university of their choice.

We will advise prospective architecture students to think about what area you want to specialize in after graduation, think about it holistically and envisage yourself working in landscape architecture, urban design, exhibition design, interior design, environmental art, and other fields. 

Below are the Rankings of some of the Best Archicture Schools in USA

Best Architecture Schools in USA & Ranking

Below are descriptions of some of the schools

# Cornell University, College of Architecture, Art & Planning - Ithaca, N.Y.

Prominent Alums: Edmund Bacon, Peter Eisenman, Arthur Gensler, Richard Meier

Website Buzzwords: “simulacrum,” “evocation”

Bragging Rights: Cornell's four-year course in architecture was the first in the nation when it was established during the 1870s, and the current five-year program dates to the 1920s.

Cornell has long stood as the most accomplished and desired university for architecture. They offer three different baccalaureate degrees: a Bachelor of Architecture Professional Degree, a Bachelor's of Science in History of Architecture and a Bachelor's in Architecture Curriculum. Students in these programs will find an emphasis on design, education and history, but there is also a great deal of theory, structures, history and technology included as well.

# Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) - Los Angeles, CA

The school is the leader in sustainable design and one of the best institutes for computational design. Being NAAB accredited, which is essential for architecture practice in the USA, architecture education in this school is essentially very practice-oriented. Additionally, among its staff are noted architects, including Pritzker Prize winners.

SCI-Arc offers one undergraduate degree and it focuses on personal interaction and reflection within its program. They look at contemporary architecture and the use of “intelligent materials” as well as “sustainable practices.”

# California Polytechnic, Architecture Department - San Luis Obispo, CA

Bragging Rights: A recent, unrestricted $60 million bequest by an anonymous donor who once attended (but did not complete) the architecture program figures to transform it in as-yet-unknown ways.

This school is majorly known for its architecture programs, in addition to staff and student life. This has run through several decades.

# University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture - Austin, TX

Prominent Alums: Michael Dennis, Reed Kroloff, Craig Dykers

Bragging Rights: While every school is jumping on the green bandwagon, Steiner notes that Austin was an early incubator - The Austin Green Building Initiative laid the groundwork for LEED and involved the faculty, students, and alumni. The first-year architecture students have the best academic credentials of all incoming UT freshmen.

# Carnegie Mellon University, School of Architecture - Pittsburgh, PA

Prominent Alum: Roger Duffy (design partner, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill)

The School shares a turn-of-the-century Henry Hornbostel building with art, design, drama, and music. The newest venture at CMU is a six-story structure dubbed “Building as Power Plant” which they claimed is a “zero-energy” building.

# University of Cincinnati, College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning - Cincinnati, Ohio

Bragging Rights: UC's co-op program puts students to work. When you call the college and are put on hold, a recorded student enthuses. Students can have real work experience too.

The University of Cincinnati was the birthplace of cooperative education in 1906. Today, undergraduate students in architecture complete six quarters of professional work experience before graduation.

The school's continued strength relies on preparing students for an ever-shifting workplace. “If we focus on imparting a set of skills, those skill sets will rapidly be outdated - The most crucial thing we can do is help our students to leave here asking the right questions.”

N.B.  For Michaele Pride, social responsibility is paramount to the practice and study of architecture: “We're not doing our job if we're not responding to issues and questions that are in our own backyard.” As a student at Arizona State University and then at Harvard University, she researched the sociopolitical realities of urban design. She put that research into practice for seven years as principal of the Los Angeles firm re: architecture and led the volunteer efforts of the design community in L.A.—her hometown—following the riots of 1992. When she had the opportunity to move to Cincinnati in 2003 (from Lexington, Ky., where she had directed the University of Kentucky's Downtown Design Center), Pride jumped at it. “It's significant for me that the school ties to the profession,” she says. “Having been a practitioner myself, I was drawn by the curriculum, the faculty, and the co-op program.”

# Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, School of Architecture + Design – Blacksburg, VA

Prominent Alums: Suzanne Lovell, Lee Polisano (president, Kohn Pedersen Fox)

Bragging Rights: At Virginia Tech, freshmen in architecture, landscape architecture, industrial design, and interior design are intermingled in studios where together they learn basic design for the entire year.  “We put our most experienced teachers with the freshmen.”

# The Pratt Institute, School of Architecture - New York, NY

Website Buzzwords: “conceptual possibilities,” “flexible typologies,” “complex ecology of interests”

This school is among the best design schools in the world and especially famous for the arts. Dealing with architecture being essentially an art is the fact stressed on in the academic programs of this university.

# Pennsylvania State University, School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture - PA

Bragging Rights: Visiting lecturers often comment on the high level of craft in student work.

# Syracuse University, School of Architecture - Syracuse, NY

Prominent Alums: Bruce Fowle, Richard Gluckman, David Rockwell

Website Buzzwords: “rigorous,” “dialogue,” “integrated” 

 

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