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- From: Zachary Goswick <ZachG(--nospam--at)angusyoung.com>
- Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 08:47:18 -0500
FYI - MSOE (Milwaukee School of Engineering) also has the Architectural Engineering degree. I graduated from there. I researched the schools that were mentioned in earlier in this string as well as a few others such as the University of Colorado at Boulder, University of Kansas, and Kansas State before I attended MSOE. All the programs are basically the same. The difference at MSOE is that they do not have a Architecture program or a Civil Engineering program. All the classes are directed under an Architectural Engineering program. Same classes, different program structure. When I researched schools, I remember about 7 schools throughout the country that had this program. University of Illinois used to have the program, but discontinued it some years ago, and went to a strictly Architectural program.
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