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Okay, so i'm going to be a senior in high school, and i plan on going to college to major in architecture. I know that not a lot of houses are being built right now, but i think if i was creative enough and had my own business that i could make it work. I have also noticed that commercial buildings are still being built such as churches, schools, etc. So what if I majored in commercial architecture? Would that give me a better chance in being successful? And would a double major in some kind of engineering help as well? I would want to go somewhere like The University of Tennessee for my undergraduate courses, and then transfer to clemson To get my architect major. Are these good thoughts or am I way in left field? If so please help me get in the right direction! thank you so much!!