What kind of Jobs are available with an Architectural Studies Degree. Non Accredited Architecture degree?

I will graduate with a Architectural Studies Degree in about a year at KU. This degree is a Bachelors of Arts in Architectural Studies in the school of Architecture. My plan is to apply for the graduate program at KU for my Masters in Architecture after i get my BA. My question is, if i dont get into the program what are my career options with a Bachelors of Arts in Architectural Studies. Has anyone graduated with this degree and maybe help with some direction. Thank you for all your time. Thanks for all the feedback so far. If anyone else has anything else to chime in, please feel free.

Asked By: Shaun - 5/1/2007
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I have an Architecture Studies degree also (pre-professional). I never even intended on going into a masters program, and as of right now, that isn't necessary in order to attain your Architect license. NCARB (national council of Architectural registration board) will allow you to complete the IDP (Intern development... More
Answered By: jcarlilesiu - 5/4/2007
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real estate market is very easy, select some properties, refix them, sell and acquire higher revenues for them, follow your dad´s advise too, won´t become a millionaire first year but will make it big.
Answered By: Manny - 5/1/2007
You can market your skills to architectural firms. Do you know AutoCAD? There are always people looking for CAD technicians. Try to do some freelance work, too. Do anything you can to get experience. The more experience you have, the better.
Answered By: doodlebuttus - 5/1/2007
Having a BA in architectural studies will still get you an entry level position at any architecture firm. The only hold back of a non- accredited degree is that you will need your masters in order to ever become liscenced, (which i assume you know). I would have 2 suggestions for you... More
Answered By: Fer t - 5/1/2007
I'm not sure which school you went to so I can't confirm with NAAB if your program is actually accredited or not. I am assuming that you went for a 4 year degree, which might mean that it could be a pre-professional degree. Anyhow, 4 years ago I received a 4 year degree (Bachelor of Sciences in Architectural Studies... More
Answered By: carchitectress - 5/1/2007
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