This fall marks the first semester of the institution’s M.S. in Architecture degree program with a concentration in Research Practices, which is intended to allow students to achieve licensure within six months of graduating.
It takes an advanced degree and 8.5 years of internship on average to get licensed. A group of professors, spearheaded by Renée Cheng, thinks it can all be done in seven years.
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