Saturday, October 20, 2012

I am very interested in becoming an architect, this is my dream. But I have some concerns about the admission requirements for architectural schools for the Master Degree.
I have a Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Cybernetics, and I also have studied Public Administration at Tufts University, The Fletcher School, in Boston. Now I work at the Central Bank of Armenia, as a specialist in the Payments field. 
Thus, as you can see I do not have an architectural background. But I still have a great intention to study architecture, because my father is an architect and my grandfather was an architect also, and this is in my genеs. 
So my question is the following, is there any possibility that I have chance to study architecture and to get a master degree (MArch)?

I am pleased to hear of your desire to become an architect.

As you have a degree (albeit not architecture), you are eligible to pursue a Master of Architecture (3-4 years) designed for individuals with a background in a discipline other than architecture.

To learn more about potential architecture programs, consider visiting the following websites -- -


Another item is to consider taking a drawing/art course to develop materials for inclusion in your portfolio as all programs will require a portfolio.


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