based on 3 students ratings
Concentration on Technical facet of architecture, also a reputed college for Architectural Studies. It was headed by one of the most famous architects Mies Van Der Rohe who is known for his 'Less is More' philosophy.
It is a tough but very interesting course. The course content is extensive and in depth. Course subjects were helpful to understand and implement design theories and technological techniques to the design.
I really liked the idea of a hands-on education that they were offering. There were many project-based courses that were required as part of the curriculum, and that is how I learn best. I was able to do research in addition to these projects as well, which gave me more of the experience I needed to succeed.
I think that the course curriculum that was required for me to receive my mechanical engineering degrees was pretty much as expected. The various courses that I needed to take allowed me to see what all the different parts of mechanical engineering were.
Great school for my major, good pricing and close by.
I am very happy with it. I think it focused very well on the core classes and allowed me the opportunity to engage in the real-life practice of robotics and building various projects. I knew there would be typical boring classes I had to get out of the way, so it was not a big deal