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NCARB Announces a Free Certification Path for Designers from Non-Accredited Schools
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NCARB Announces a Free Certification Path for Designers from Non-Accredited Schools

Instead of the participating in the $5,000 Broadly Experienced Architect Program,... More

NCARB: The Number of Architects in the U.S. Continues to Rise
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NCARB: The Number of Architects in the U.S. Continues to Rise

The path to licensure is getting shorter, while the profession is still struggling... More

The New Path to Licensure
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The New Path to Licensure

NCARB’s CEO Michael Armstrong outlines the updates to the organization’s programs... More

NCARB Names New Leadership and Awards President's Medal
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NCARB Names New Leadership and Awards President's Medal

Alabama architect Kristine Harding, AIA, will head the organization, which serves... More

NCARB Announces New Licensure Path for Non-Accredited Degree Holders
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NCARB Announces New Licensure Path for Non-Accredited Degree Holders

Other changes and updates include license reciprocity in Australia and New Zealand. More

Four Architecture Programs added to NCARB’s Integrated Licensure Initiative
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Four Architecture Programs added to NCARB’s Integrated Licensure Initiative

Students can complete the education and experience requirements and sit for the... More

NCARB Sets a Launch Date for the ARE 5.0
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NCARB Sets a Launch Date for the ARE 5.0

The latest version of the Architect Registration Exam will be available this fall. More

NCARB: More Women Entered the Architectural Profession in 2015
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NCARB: More Women Entered the Architectural Profession in 2015

The number of individuals working toward licensure also reached an all-time high... More

ArchitectChats: Episode 3 With Charlie Klecha on Acing the Architect Registration Exam
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ArchitectChats: Episode 3 With Charlie Klecha on Acing the Architect Registration Exam

Not sure whether to take the test? Looking for ways to help emerging practitioners... More

Q+A: Takeaways from the AIA’s New Diversity Report
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Q+A: Takeaways from the AIA’s New Diversity Report

There’s room for improvement, says Tania Salgado, chair of the AIA Diversity Council. More

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