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For those who are interested in developing their architecture skills during this time of poor economic outlook, unemployment, and underemployment, this list will prove helpful in deciding where to get the best architecture education (and educational reputation) for your buck. This list can also be helpful in deciding where you should apply to undergraduate or graduate schools this fall. The best way to bear a down economy is to improve your skills and come out on top when the economy turns. So, while tuition for programs average between $22,777 and $41,541 per year for Ivy League programs, you can look forward to earning approximately $42,855 per year upon returning to the workforce.
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