Asked in Job Training and Career Qualifications, Business and Industry, Colleges and Universities, Architecture
Do I have to go to college to become an architect?
Yes, a minimum of a 5 year degree (Bachelor of Architecture) is required to become a licensed architect. One can not be licensed under a 4 year architectural studies degree. ...
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What exams are required for credentialing in architect?
The exams required to be a licensed architect are LEED Green Associate, LEED AP with specialty, and LEED Fellow. ...
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How long are the college studies to be an architect?
well it really depends on what college you go to, but if you want to be a licensed architect it will take anywhere from 5 and half to 7 years ...
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What is the abbreviation for architect?
Registered architects typically utilize RA in their signatures on plans, specs, proposals, etc... For example: John Smith,RA While there is no one particular abbreviation for architect, some architects use Arch. or Ar. before or after their names to denote the title. Though frowned upon, others use the abbreviation AIA after their names to denote membership in the American Institute of Architects and to specify that they are an architect. ...
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What are some drawbacks for being an Architect?
The starting salary for architects is lower than other professions that require similarly extensive education and licensing such as medicine and law. The Architect Registration Exam, which is required to become a licensed architect, is also very difficult. ...
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When can you call yourself an architect?
when you become licensed. Anyone practicing "architecture" within the United States that is working on any public project and calls them self an architect will be sued by the American Institute of Architects. ...
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What does the abbreviation Esq mean after a lawyer's name?
Esq. is the abbreviation for Esquire. The term Esquire refers to individuals who are licensed to practice law in a state. Some states prohibit the use of the term 'Esquire' by individuals, unless they are licensed to practice law in that state. ...
Which states require you to be a licensed landscape architect?
All States and the District of Columbia require individuals to be licensed (registered) before they may call themselves architects and contract to provide architectural services. ...
What is the difference between architecture and architect?
Architecture is the art and science of designing and erecting buildings and typically other large structures. An architect,is trained and licensed in the planning and designing of buildings, and participates in supervising the construction of a building. ...
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What is the difference between an interior designer and interior architect?
Interior architects and interior designers can actually perform very similar services, but an interior architect is a licensed architect that specializes in interior design. The breadth of skills that can be legally offered to a client is therefore greater where the interior architect can also do structural calculations, site work, life safety analysis and other skills that interior designers are not licensed to do (regardless of how competent they are at performing them). The skills that can be performed legally by interior designers...
What do you have to have in order to be an architect?
In order to become an architect, one needs to be educated in Architecture with a bachelor degree, and have at least three years of employment under a licensed architect. Once these eight, not seven years, are completed can one become a licensed architect. Many are disillusioned that they can complete this four year program in four years. It normally takes five years due to all the classes that are required. Anyone who obtains their bachelor degree in Architecture in four years or...
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Do architect spend more than 8 years studying to become a architect?
Not all architects spend more then 8 years, some spend 5 (bachelor of science or professional degree program), and some even 6 (master of architecture). In order to become a licensed architect, a minimum of a 5 year degree is required. One can not be licensed with a 4 year "architectural studies" degree. However, in addition to the 5 or 6 year degree requirement, a 3 year internship under the guidance of a licensed architect (through the Intern Development Program) is also...
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Who was the first African American woman licensed as an architect in the US?
Norma Sklarek. For more info, visit http://www.aaregistry.com/detail.php?id=2322. ...
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What is the Highest paying job in the field of Landscaping?
Horticultural Design Architect is the highest paying Arborist is next You may be an owner of a company but in large scale or very high community design even the owner has to go to the Horticultural Design Architect unless he is licensed. ...