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How to become an architect in the United States

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The licensing requirements for South Carolina 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,...

The licensing requirements for Florida 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...

The licensing requirements for Georgia 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...

The licensing requirements for Alabama 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...

California is one of the more lenient states in terms of the type of education and experience needed in order to become licensed. Candidates can apply as soon as they have 8 years of experience which can be through school, work and/or combination of the...