- Mar 2, 2002
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Well, g'day all my fellows. As some of you may know, I attended the Naval Academy Summer Seminar earlier in the Season. And, since going, I've had some time to think about what I really want to do with life... amazing, how the choice that controls what your life will be must be made by a an early deadline. Anyway, I'm not sure if I want the life of the Navy, anymore. It's required nine years of my life, which is quite a price to pay. I could handle the life, I just want to have the "normal" college experience. And, from the Academy, one only receives a Bachelor of Science. Without a doubt, I want to get my Masters in two subjects: commercial architecture and some type of business class. Architecture is the main goal, here. And, specifically (but Graduate School would cover this), I desire to design skyscrapers, high-rise office buildings, and tall residential buildings. Not houses, I don't want to do that. Sooo, do you know of any good architecture schools that would focus on this? I'd really like to find a lib arts school that offers a good architecture program, so that way, I could still pursue the business classes. Oh, and definitely in a large city... I'm a "Fool for the City." haha, anyway... thank you all very much.. Does Columbia (in NYC) have an architecture program? I'd like to look into that. Any and all information is highly appreciated... Thanks, again.