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Construction Project Management = Licensure ???

2020aditic

Hello everyone!

I am a 27 year old Architect from India. Graduated in the year 2016 from India with B. Arch degree, which is a 5 year course. From August 2017 till today I am working with a U.S based architecture firm that outsources work in India. Soon I am planning to move in the US, and I am very clear IMH that don’t want to go through the student life again and study M. Arch. Therefore, I want to know your thoughts on CPM.

Is construction project management NAAB accredited? I know it is STEM accredited, but my goal is to get licensure in future and M. Arch is not my interest.

Thank you!

 
Jul 24, 19 1:38 am
Non Sequitur

No.

Construction Management =\= Professional Architecture Degree

For a US license, If you do not want to complete an accredited architecture degree, you will need to confirm that your current degree is substantially equivalent to an NAAB one.  Link below.

https://www.naab.org/international/substantial-equivalency/

I don't think I've seen any Indian institutions listed

NCARB EESA link foreign trained architect:

https://www.ncarb.org/advance-your-career/ncarb-certificate/get-certified/education-alternative/eesa


Jul 24, 19 8:31 am
2020aditic

Hey, a big thank you for your help!!

RutuX

I am currently facing the same dilemma, Just commenting here to get notification for future comments.

Aug 4, 19 12:35 pm

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