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If you want to break into the world of architecture, then you should know that you are not in for an easy ride by any means. What you have chosen for yourself may very well be the hardest career path out there. With that in mind, you need to ask yourself whether or not you really want to do this. Are architecture jobs something that you have always dreamed of? If that is the case, then perhaps you really should give it a shot.

First of all, you are probably going to need to take a four year course to receive your BA. Remember that your degree is the first step, but there is so much more involved in actually becoming an architect. What exactly are they supposed to do? Well, let's take a look.

Drafting is a must in architecture, and drafting has certainly changed over the years. While manual drafting does still exist, there is now Computer Aided Drafting, or CAD which is executed through the use of drafting programs. One of the more popular drafting programs out there is Autocad, and you can be assured that this is not an easy program to learn. Regardless, you will need to learn how to use it if you plan to get anywhere in planner jobs.



When you design your products, they will be critiqued in class by the teacher. If you are someone who has a hard time taking criticism then you are definitely going to have a difficult time with this. Just keep reminding yourself why you want to work in architect jobs.

You will also need to take higher mathematics. In some cases this could involve Calculus, statistics, as well as other math courses that will be taught in addition to your standard courses. For many this is a deal breaker, as not everyone can understand higher math. If you are dead set on being an architect however, it is important that you push your way through and make sure that you accomplish your dreams.

One thing that many are not going to like about architecture jobs is the fact that it may take more than four years of college to gain the title. There are a lot of courses for the BA in architecture, and some students will choose to go for five years. You could of course take the easier option and go to a community college for the first two years and then finish off the last three years at a larger institution. This is a cheaper way to do it, and it's something that you should consider when looking into architect jobs.

No matter how you look at it, it's going to be a long road to the career you want. The question is whether or not you are willing to take that road to achieve what it is you want. You're going to have to do a lot of work, and maybe make some sacrifices, but once you've done your internship, and taken the architecture exam, you will be an architect and you can start out on the path to finding your first contract and get to work designing. Remember, it's all about the dream, so never give up, even when it gets bad.
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