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What are the nine sections of the ARE?
Pre-Design
Site Planning
Building Planning
Building Technology
General Structures
Lateral Forces
Mechanical abd Electrical Systems
Materials and Methods
Construction and Services
What is the Accredited Degree program?
4+2 Professional

4 yr undergrad program BSAS
2 yr Graduate program M.Arch
4 teaching areas?
Design
History and Preservation
Practice adn Technology
Structures
Double Degree Programs
M.Arch/MUP
M.Arch/MCSE
M.Arch/MBA
M.Arch/MCS
4 E's?
Education
Experience
Exam
Ethics
IDP sponsored by 4 organizations
The Profession-AIA
The Regulators-NCARB
The Educators-ACSA
The Students-AIAS
4 basic elements of IDP
Training "Curriculum"-area in arch practice interns acquire skills

Advice- Info about internship, education, and prof. opportunities

Record-keeping-uniform national system for documenting internship activities

Supplementary education-resources created to enrich training (Emerging Professional Companion)
4 training categories
Design and Construction Documents
Construction Administration
Management
Related Activities
What does ACSA do?
Advancing quality of education and supporting research and service
What does the AIA do?
Unite members of the practicing profession, advance the art and science of architecture, coordinate building industry, be of service to society
What does AIAS do?
Promotes and complements architecture education and represents concerns of students to the profession and the public
What does NCARB do?
provides assistance in protecting the public's health, safety, and welfare to 55 boards requlating architecture in 50 states, 4 territories, and the District of Columbia