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Posted by  Donald on November 10, 2003 at 11:05:12:

In Reply to:  HELP Please !! posted by Jimmy khanna on November 09, 2003 at 12:18:25:

The NAAB only accredits Bachelor of ARchitecture and The Master of Architecture degree programs. There are no 4 year accredited programs in architecture. The curricular requirements for awarding these degrees must include three components:
1. General Studies
2. Professional Studies and
3. Electives
In the USA, the qualified student after satisfying these will typically go on to earning a Master Degree in Architecture, Structural Engineering or Urban Planning.

Another possibility might be earning a second bachelor's degree in a field related to architecture and construction, such as landscape architecture, civil engineering,electrical or mechanical engineering, law or business admininstration.

How about starting out with a simple masters degree in Architectural Design. If you tell us about your interest area, we can narrow down for you what might be the best university to apply to in the USA.

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