ARCHITECTURE: Ratings of USA Schools.

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From: [email protected] (Brian Tsung-Han Tsai-1)
Subject: ratings of architecture schools
Date: Wed, 30 Mar 1994 07:54:16 GMT

seems like there's a number of people out there looking to get into
architecture and are wondering about 'good' schools...here's a rating of
undergraduate and graduate arch. programs in the U.S., ENJOY!!


undergrad
1. UC Berkeley
2. MIT
3. Carnegie-Mellon
4. Princeton
5. Cornell
6. Michigan (Ann Harbor)
7. Illinois (Urbana)
8. Georgia Tech
9. Rice
10. Southern Cal (USC)
11. Texas (Austin)
12. Pratt (N.Y.)
13. Minnesota (Twin Cities)
14. Cinncinati
15. Kansas
16. Oklahoma
17. Rensselaer (N.Y.)
18. Arizona
19. Washington (Seattle)
20. Washington (St. Louis)

some other programs include 24 Oregon (Eugene) 25 Ohio State 26 Virginia
29 Nortre Dame, 30 Miami (Florida) 35 Penn State (Univ. Park)
36 Syracuse, 37 Tulane and 40 NC State (Raleigh)

SOURCE: The Gourman Report, A Rating of Undergraduate Programs in America
and International Universities by Dr. J Gourman 8th Ed. 1993

Grad

1. Harvard
2. MIT
3. Princeton
4. UCB
5. U Penn
6. Carnegie-M
7. U Mich
8. Georgia T
9. Rice
10. Columbia (NY)
11. Texas (Austin)
12. Yale
13. Washinton (Seattle)
14. UCLA
15. Texas A&M (college station)
16. Ohio State
17. Illinois
18. V.P.I & State U
19. Oregon
20. Arizona State
21. Washington (St. Louis)
22. Hawaii (manoa)
23. Florida (Gainsville)
24. Rensselaer (NY)
25. N Mexico
26. Houston (Univ Park)
27. Virginia (Charlottesville)
28. Minnesota
29. Oklahoma (Norman)
30. wisconson (milwaukee)

SOURCE: The Gourman Report, A Rating Of Graduate and Professional Programs
in America and International Universities By Dr. Jack Gourman, National
Education Standards 6th Ed. 1993


Also the recent issue (last week?) of U.S. New and World Reports had a
section on ratings of graduate programs which included a short list of
architecture schools. Don't remember the exact list, but a bit similar to
the one I have, Harvard, UCB, U Penn, U Mich are some of the the top
'winners'....
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