Resumen: Architecture teaching shows the signs of specialization inherent to a society that is more fixated on specific knowledge than on universal wisdom. The growing complexity of our profession often requires increasingly specialized professional profiles. However, the training imparted in our schools must continue to encourage abroad and disciplinary knowledge of architecture. Choosing an innovative teaching format commits faculty to evolving their educational strategies instead of adjusting their course content to the changing reality of the real world market. In this context, universities must be solidary enterprises that contribute to the construction of the individual and the bettering of the society in which we are destined to serve as architects.