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Posted by  john on February 19, 2004 at 11:37:31:

In Reply to:  Architecture or Const. Mgmt.? posted by Dago Garza on February 19, 2004 at 11:20:47:

run away as fast as you can!!!!!!

the NCARB will discount ALL 12 years of experience which
you have had in the past in order to rate for
registration...

you will have to work in an architectural office
after getting your degree for at least three years under
people to become qualified to sit for the exam (it's called IDP).

then you will pay close to one thousand dollars for a nine section
exam (that'll take you about 9 - 12 months to complete).

and then you will be able to pay Both NCARB and your state lots of
dollars each year to keep up your registration.

you will also have to attend regularly seminars and continuing education classes to keep up your registration (more Money).

you will be paid less (if ever) for your efforts and
you will definitely need the CM sideline to subsidize
your architectural work.

i would not recommend architecture and i am an architect.

still want to do it?

john

 
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