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Architecture involves the process of planning, designing, and construction. It is a work of art that can bring out cultural symbols like beliefs, customs, or even strength through structures. Most historical civilisations have left footprints and identities in their place of origin simply through architecture. It has left a lot of room for the expression of possibly anything that brings a sense of attraction and connection to one's roots and ancestral foundations. Architecture is basically considered a form of art for communication and narration. It has a wide range of career possibilities in construction, urban planning, urban development corporations, public works departments, interior designing, and more.

Architecture degrees give students a lot of growth for creativity, visual preparation, and technical and practical designing skills. There are many careers in this field that students can opt for. This line place architect in a challenging yet rewarding position because they will have to work closely with their clients on project design or alterations to ensure a safe and functional outcome that is also cost-conscious.

The degree is considered the most demanding college major. Architects have to keep up with the stress and pressure of completing projects within a given deadline to keep them active and reliable for business.

Drawing forms a major part of the course curriculum. This degree requires students to engage in a lot of drawing during their course of study. However, these students are not expected to have extraordinary drawing skills but it would be impressive and worthwhile to develop their skills over time.


Study levels:

Many colleges and universities offer architecture degrees across the world. They may offer these degrees in the undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctorate levels.

Some of these include:

Bachelor of Arts (B.A)
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch)
Master of Architecture (M.Arch)
Post Graduate Diploma / Certificates (PGDip / PGCert)
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.).

Architecture students usually spend three to five years to complete their Bachelor's and Master's degrees. Some countries also provide students with an additional two years of post-study practical experience.


A degree in architecture offers its students many specialisation subjects such as:

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Architectural Technology
Architectural Engineering
Architectural Design
Architectural History
Interior Architecture

Landscape Architecture
Urban Design & Planning
Commercial Architecture
Green Building Design
Industrial Architecture



This degree has a lot of diversity for employability than it may seem. The role of an architect includes both indoor and outdoor work, including some fieldwork and tasks in the office, studio, and work sites. There are numerous employment opportunities within the sectors of designing, planning, and management for architects.


    The career options for architects are:

    Architectural and Engineering Manager
    Architectural management
    Architectural planning
    Building surveyor
    Civil engineer
    Construction and Business Inspector
    Construction architect
    Construction manager


    Historic buildings inspector
    Industrial designer
    Interior and Spatial designer
    Landscape architect
    Production designer
    Surveying and Mapping technician
    Town planner
    Urban and regional planner
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