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I was wondering, in any case, in United States:
Does one have to be licensed architect to practice architecture in US?
Is getting a M. Arch degree a must or requirement to get the license?
How about if someone have the degree in MS. Arch, or even Ph.D related to architecture? Can they be qualified to get the license to practice?
What would be other conditions? Do they have to have working or internship experience for 2 years to get the license?
Please respond to these using a layman casual words, and not simply just give me a link to a website without explaining them in your own words.
Thank you very much in advance.
licences are granted by the individual states, each one has different requirements. for example california has different requirements than alaska
Supposedly the only mandatory things are death and taxes, although Harry Reid suggested taxes are voluntary.
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