Q: How many years does it take to recieve a (Bachelors/Masters/Doctorate) degree in Architecture?

Job opportunities? Salaries? Best places to live?

What requirements are there in regards to portfolios, licensing, studying abroad, etc.
How many years would it take to major in civil engineering also, along with architecture? Thanks.

A. Many of your questions may be answered at the links below.

You need six years of education and several years of experience to become a registered architect. Either a 5 year bachelor’s and a 1 year master’s or a four year bachelor’s and a two year master’s.

Is Civil engineering a better career choice than Architecture?
Q: Considering, the amount of schooling necessary(college), average salary, opportunity to move up.
I’m a highschool student stressing about my potential career choices because someone told me theres not a lot of architecture jobs out there and the ones that are don’t pay well. The salary is a big leaning factor. I really like the designing aspect of architecture but I heard civil engineers make more.
So judging by salary, schooling, opportunity, and hours which one is better would you say?

A. No one can tell you what’s best for YOU.
The US Bureau of Labor Statistics has lots of good data.
http://bls.gov/oco/

AND WHERE IN THE HELLL ARE YOUR PARENTS??????

What are my career options with a bachelor’s degree in architectural design, but in a different field?
Q: I’m looking at the possibility of leaving my job in architecture, and maybe exploring other career possibilities, but I don’t know what options I’d have other than architecture. What non-architecture jobs would be interested by my experience and degree?
I’m looking at the possibility of leaving my job in architecture, and maybe exploring other career possibilities, but I don’t know what options I’d have other than architecture. What non-architecture jobs would be interested by my experience and degree?

Encouragement is nice, but I’m looking for specific suggestions. I don’t know where to begin.

A. How about talking to your college about testing for interest and abilities. As a graduate it shouldn’t cost much, and it might be free.

I know there’s one test where you indicate what you like and what you don’t. They compare your answers to other people. Where they find a good match, they tell you what that person does for a living – the idea being if you have similar interests/abilities you might like the same type of job.


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