As a future architect

As a future architect, who do you want to design or build for
and why? What are some things about USC architecture that
strike you as compelling and different from other architecture
schools? (500 words)

The Admission Committee will review this supplement as a measure of your
awareness, determination and vision. Your response should be no more than 500
words in length and should give the committee a sense of how USC Architecture
will help fulfill your long-term goals and ambitions.
I believe that this institution would also allow me to learn different modern day
methodologies of architecture through which an individual would be able to focus
on proactive designs with an environmental perspective. Studying at the school
will enable me to find solutions to and tackle some of the pressing architectural
issues, including the integration of technology and designing sustainable
structures with the use of the limited availability of resources.
Find a good WHO and WHY specifically that correlates with the info above. I want
to build sustainable buildings.

Please provide a statement that addresses your reasons for
transferring and the objectives you hope to achieve. You can
type directly into the box, or you can paste text from another
source. Why USC?(650 words)

I am interested very much in the curriculum USC have, their courses and

USC believes that one learns best when interacting with
people of different backgrounds, experiences and perspectives.
Tell us about a time you were exposed to a new idea or when
your beliefs were challenged by another point of view.
(Approximately 250 words)

I went to a summer camp 2 years ago called TASIS (The American School In
Switzerland) and got to meet and interact with people for all over the world. In
was an indescribable experience that I treasured I learned about many different
cultures, religions, ideologies and people.
Add much more specific information and stuff to add. Make up interesting stuff.

Describe how you plan to pursue your academic interests at
USC. Please feel free to address your first- and second-choice
major selections. (250 words)

Its so competitive that I will be forced to work harder and push myself to extreme
lengths which challenges myself and I enjoy challenging myself to see what I am
able to achieve. I want to be a great architect one day