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How to become an Architect in New York

The licensing requirements for New York allow for various education and experience possibilities and completion of the Architect Registration Exams (ARE).

How to become an Architect in New York:

1. Complete a combination of education and experience for at least 12 units which include professional and non-professional degrees, and anywhere from 5-12 years of professional experience.
For more information of units, visit the New York State Education Department.

3. Successful completion of Architect Registration Exam (ARE) as administered by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)

To find more information on licensing requirements visit the New York State Education Department: Office of Professions.

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