On Being an Architect: One Discipline, Many Paths [E-book]

November 27, 2019 Missy Roback

It used to be that a degree in architecture meant a singular career path: an internship, followed by a set of licensing exams, followed by an entry-level role in an architecture firm. But that was just the beginning. With hard work over many years, that career path could ultimately (hopefully) culminate in an advanced position.

As the architectural world has grown, however, that traditional path has widened, offering avenues of specialization such as technical architect, design architect, and project manager. The next generation of architects will have even more career choices, as new developments in BIM (Building Information Modeling), 3D modeling, artificial intelligence, and cloud collaboration create further opportunities for growth and exploration. Want to keep reading?

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