is Master in Science in Architecture Post Profession eligible to apply for Architecture License

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    Nick NCARB (Edited )

    Hey Ahmed,

    I recommend checking out the school search tool on the NAAB website - https://www.naab.org/architecture-programs/school-search/. They provide information on all the NAAB accredited programs.

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    Richard Balkins (Edited )

    In the United States, architectural licensing is administered at the state level. NCARB facilitates the examination and AXP training program. Each state has their own laws and rules stipulating what they require for architectural licensing. While there is a common requirement of an NAAB accredited architecture degree but there are alternate paths in a number of states. 

    However to note, the noted post-professional M.Sci in Architecture (1-year) would indicate you have already an NAAB accredited degree as a Bachelor's degree (NAAB accredited Bachelors of Architecture degrees are 5 years). 

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    Ahmed Ali

    Thank alot Nick NCARB and Richard Balkins for the in-depth explanation. I will do as you guys suggested. 

     

    Best Regards 

    Ahmed Khiaradeen Ali

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