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How to become an architect in the United States

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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...

The licensing requirements for New Jersey follow a more traditional approach with a little more flexibility in the experience requirement. They still require a professional degree, completion of 3 years experience and completion of the Architect Registration Exams (ARE). How to become an Architect in...

The licensing requirements for Maryland have education flexibility, but still require completion of the Internship Development Program (IDP) and completion of the Architect Registration Exams (ARE). How to become an Architect in Maryland: 1. Completion of a professional degree, or a four-year degree plus 9 years...

The licensing requirements for Virginia follow a more traditional approach with some exceptions for internship. They require 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...

The licensing requirements for North Carolina follow the traditional approach of requiring a professional degree, but do not require the completion of the Internship Development Program (IDP), and still requires the completion of the Architect Registration Exams (ARE). Candidates can also begin taking the ARE's...

The licensing requirements for Connecticut 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). How to become an Architect in Connecticut: 1. Complete a professional degree (B.Arch, M.Arch, D.Arch) from a...

The licensing requirements for Pennsylvania follow a more traditional approach, which a bit more flexibility in education. They require either a professional degree, or a 4-year degree plus 6 years of experience, completion of the Internship Development Program (IDP) and completion of the Architect Registration...

The licensing requirements for Delaware 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 Washington DC 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 West Virginia 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,...