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The Path to Licensure is Getting Shorter
We've all gone through the long, grueling process of architecture school, internships and ARE exams, but that long journey will soon be shortened for future generations of architects.
NCARB recently announced an unprecedented endorsement to the structure of becoming licensed, allowing internships and licensing exams to become integrated within the architecture curriculum. Further details can found in the ARCHITECT article here. With the ever-increasing competition for entry level architectural positions, will this new endorsement instill “friendly competition” or will it increase the heavy burden already undertaken by architecture students to meet the intense curriculum demands?
Let us know your thoughts and predictions for this potential new generation of “whole architects."