Other Professional Degree Programs
There are many NAAB accredited schools of architecture in the United States. NAAB accredition is a prerequisite to be eligible for the architectural registration exam to practice architecture. Approximately half of the accredited schools offer five-year B.Arch. (Bachelor of Architecture) degree, a direct path to be eligible to practice architecture. Other Architecture schools offer a 4+2 program, where after four years, students receive a B.A. or B.S. in Architecture. However, that does not qualify them for the licensing exam; they must continue in a two-year Masters program and the Master of Architecture degree allows the student to sit for the licensing exam.
Read more at our blog: Architecture Portfolio for US Universities
The MS program in Construction Management admits Architects, Civil Engineers, among others. After graduation a typical job is to plan and manage a large construction project. The career path leads to managing multiple construction projects or starting own construction firm.
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