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New York Architecture Degrees

Architecture Degrees: New York Career Colleges

Career College: New York Architecture Programs

Looking for accredited career colleges, technical schools, and universities in New York offering Architecture degrees. An architecture degree will give you the education to work in the art and science of building design.

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New York Career Colleges: Architecture Degrees

There are several different paths you can take toward an Architecture degree.

The grass is always greener on the other side. This well known clich? applies very well to talented professionals. Those who choose an occupation that is more analytical in nature wish they had a more creative job. Many creative types yearn for some sort of analytical thinking as a way to ground themselves. This problem obviously stems from our need as humans to vary our day to day lives. This need often manifests itself in belonging to organizations outside of work that engage different parts of the brain. Some people are able to find professions that are balanced both creatively and analytically. One of these professions is architecture.

Architecture is an art from based in practicality. Architects design buildings that have to serve a purpose. People generally have to live and work in these spaces. Architects have to be analytical in order to design safe buildings that will stand the test of time. They also are challenged creatively because their clients often want unique and distinct buildings.

If you want to become and architect, you may want to enroll in one of the many architectural programs throughout the country. Earning a degree in architecture will take some time. Skilled designers and mathematicians must spend time researching past architectural periods, understanding the construction process, and creating their own style. Architectural programs prepare students for future apprenticeship and internship programs and help them create their own design portfolios. These portfolios are used as resumes as graduates look for jobs

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