Math Undergrad, Architecture Grad?
Alright, so I have always wanted to be an architect since I was a little kid. I graduated HS with a 4.0 and I will end up with a 4.0 this year (my freshman year of college). However, I ended up choosing a non-architecture school for reasons that I regret, but I cannot change the past so I won't linger on that part. I am trying to transfer to an engineering school next year but I won't be able to do an architectural plan of study since I wasted a year at a liberal arts school just because it was practically free. Also, part of me loves math and might end up wanting to teach so I am a little indecisive right now. So my question is this: if I transfer and get a straight-up mathematics degree with a minor in either design or physics, would I be able to get into a competitive architectural school for graduate school? I want to be a big-city architect (I love, love, love, love highrise buildings) so I am trying to get to a school in New York or Chicago - do you guys this would be possible? Thanks!