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Architects have a minimum of a four-year degree (Bachelor degree) in architecture from an accredited university. Many continue their education and do post-graduate work in specialty fields.
You will probably need at least 4 years of school (a bachlors degree) - at the minimum. Many jobs these days require a masters degree (5-7 years total), though.
Architecture is a four year undergraduate course. OFr post graduation, architecture generally takes 2 years. This is often referred to as the '4+2' scheme.
You don't need any if you have the right experience, but in most cases a four year college degree or a two year trade school diploma is what you need.
The basic degree to pursue this career is a four year bachelor's of the arts, so start with this degree.
To be an architect one needs at least four years of college and then two to three years at the graduate level.
my answer is 4-5 years because you have to learn how to do those type of things you know
idk thats what i am wondering hahaha nicee pic
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