How easy is it to transfer from Electrical Engineering to be an Architect?

Hi, I am currently a new grad as an Electrical Engineer from a university here in Canada (BSc Major Elec. Engineering). I was wondering what would be the easiest path of transfer from my current job to become an architect? ie) Do the 4 years of undergrad i have completed carry over in any way? Thank you,

Asked By: - 4/4/2009
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no, you don't have to start over... More
Answered By: nickipettis - 4/8/2009
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From electrical engineering to architecture? might as well throw away your EE degree. Gonna have to start all over again.
Answered By: Espresso 305 - 4/5/2009
Check with your university. See what the requirements are for a degree in architecture. You should at least be able to satisfy all the math and basic physics requirements... More
Answered By: goober - 4/5/2009
I would imagine that some of your prerequisites would transfer over from electrical engineering to architecture (i.e. Literature, Humanities, Calculus/mathematics classes, etc). This would leave only your core architecture classes that would need to be completed in order to obtain your degree. Schedule a meeting with... More
Answered By: edtMatt - 4/7/2009
Seems like you are very keen on architect. About 30% of the foundation remains same, learn the other 70%. Probably, you will be a unique Architect by surpassing use of knowledge on electricity into your designs later
Answered By: Cowboy - 4/8/2009
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