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Here’s the deal. I didn’t spend my whole life planning on becoming an architect. I didn’t know I wanted to be an architect until much later in life. When I did realize my goal, I felt it was too late. I didn’t graduate high school, I didn’t have any degrees and I never worked in architecture. But what I knew is that I was going to do whatever it took to become an architect. I learned the hard way that choosing the right school, getting the right job and taking the right tests is the only way to become a licensed architect. I have gone through all of this recently and if you want to do the same, follow along as we go through this journey together.
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- How to Become an Architect - General requirements on how to become an Architect So you want to know how to become an Architect? Well, in order to become an Architect, you must go through a licensing process. The reason for licensing Architects is that it ensures the person practicing architecture has the abilities required to protect the “Health, Safety, and […]
- How to become an Architect in Missouri - The licensing requirements for Missouri follow a more traditional approach of requiring a professional degree, completion of the Internship Development Program (IDP) and completion of the Architect Registration Exams (ARE). Candidates can also begin taking the ARE’s before they have completed the Internship Development Program, which helps to save some time. How to become an […]
- LEED AP Credentials for Architects - Get your LEED AP credentials to help your career In order to practice architecture for most buildings you need to be a licensed or registered Architect in the State you practice in. In addition to your license there are other accreditations and certifications that can enhance your architecture license by showing certain areas you specialize […]
In order to be an Architect, you must be licensed in the state you plan on practicing. Each state has different requirements, so click on your state to find out more about their individual requirements.