Architecture and Engineering at Princeton University
David P. Billington
|Issue:||"Journal of Architectural Engineering (ASCE)", June 1995, n. 2 v. 1|
The Department of Civil Engineering and Operations Research and the School of Architecture at Princeton University offer a unique program that integrates engineering and architectural design by combining the curricula of the two professional schools. This certificate-granting program, designated "Architecture and Engineering," and leading to a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering, is intended primarily for students interested in pursuing a career in architectural design or engineering from a broad base that includes course work and independent studies in building structures, history of architecture, and studio design.
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