Integrating architectural education

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Abstract

Architectural education is under pressure to meet the demands of an evolving construction industry and to cater to the increasingly varied career destinations of graduates. How should architectural education respond to these professional challenges? How can students be better prepared for professional practice? These questions are the focus of this book, which brings together contributions from a wide range of authors, from both the UK and the USA, working in the fields of architectural education, architectural practice and educational research.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationChanging architectural education
Subtitle of host publicationtowards a new professionalism
EditorsDavid Nicol, Simon Pilling
Pages155-164
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 20 Jul 2000

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  • architectural education
  • new professionalism
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Howieson, S. (2000). Integrating architectural education. In D. Nicol, & S. Pilling (Eds.), Changing architectural education: towards a new professionalism (pp. 155-164)
Howieson, Stirling. / Integrating architectural education. Changing architectural education: towards a new professionalism. editor / David Nicol ; Simon Pilling . 2000. pp. 155-164
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Integrating architectural education. / Howieson, Stirling.

Changing architectural education: towards a new professionalism. ed. / David Nicol; Simon Pilling . 2000. p. 155-164.

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Howieson S. Integrating architectural education. In Nicol D, Pilling S, editors, Changing architectural education: towards a new professionalism. 2000. p. 155-164