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Carnegie Mellon University

Architecture Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 3/7
Student Surveys
(in Architecture)
10
Males: 4, Females: 6
Average Yrs. Completed: 2.0
 

Education Quality Vs. Competing Schools

Carnegie Mellon University
 A-
Average of All Schools
 B
Average of schools in class
 A-

Cornell University
 A-
Harvard University
 B+
Stanford University
 B+
Princeton University
 B+
University of California - Berkeley
 A-
Brown University
 A
Yale University
 A-
F
A+

Student Expectations

Expected coursework difficulty:3.8 High
Actual difficulty:4.0 High
Students found the coursework to be harder than expected.

Educational Quality vs. Student Intellect


English Speaking

Percent of teaching staff that does not speak satisfactory English10-20%

Student Personalities

Faculty Personalities

Architecture:

Reccomendation: When choosing acollege and major, make sure that major will bring in a salary that allows you to pay off the loans for that college. I...
Architecture is viewed as a time-intensive and difficult major at this university but the work and the disrespectful attitudes of some professors and ...
Do not attend CMU for architecture. While you probably will learn a lot, there are many other schools, like Cornell, or Cal Poly, or Harvard, or even...
lots of critiques bout this school. for architecture, it was a decent school, especially because a lot of the professors were caring. architecture in...
basically cmu ruined my life. it only took me until the 2nd week to decide that i was going to transfer. i think the only thing that kept me at all sa...
I came to CMU totally unprepared. I did minimal research when I was choosing a college, and did most of my application on the day it had to be postma...
You people are ridiculous. Accept some responsibility for your LIFE and stop blaming your school, as the last person said. I was always 'popular' in ...
Be prepared to put your social life and other interests aside.
Recommendation to students: Focus on your passion and work hard. While still in college, do the following: 1) Work in a field that interests you each...
Before getting in to architecture make sure you know what it really is. And if you think you will be good at it because you know CAD, you are wrong. ...
Carnegie Mellon's architecture program is very professionally oriented and prepared me well for working in the field. I believe that the program could...
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