Licensing and Certification

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NCARB Launches Second Alternative Path to Certification

The architecture accreditation organization has released a second phase of its... More

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NCARB Announces Alternate Path to Licensure for Experienced Professionals

Designers with more than five years experience can now satisfy the Architectural... More

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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

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NCARB Announces Lower Fees for Certificate, AXP, and ARE

The combination of reduced rates and streamlined programming aims to cut costs and... More

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The Number of Architects in the U.S. Grew in 2015

Plus, NCARB reports that last year also saw the most individuals ever preparing... More

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NCARB to Work with Architectural Licensing Boards to Discontinue the Use of “Intern”

The organization’s Future Title Task Force recommended restricting regulatory... More

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Architecture Schools Indicate Interest in NCARB's New Licensure Proposal

Thirty-eight schools responded to the National Council of Architectural... More

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U.S., Canada, and Mexico Announce Reciprocity of Architect Credentials

Following a decade of negotiations, architectural regulatory authorities in the... More

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The Phipps Center for Sustainable Landscapes is the First to Obtain Well Platinum Pilot Certification

The Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is the first institute to achieve the International Well Building Institute's highest distinction. More

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DOE Approves Green Globes for Certification of Federal Buildings

The Green Building Initiative's web-based certification system joins the U.S.... More

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