I am an Architectural Technologist looking to study to become a Licensed Architect.
I was reading online about M.Arch and B.Arch, am I able to study and recieve a Bachelors in Architecture and become a licensed architect? (If yes, in what areas of the world? - Mainly gearing towards Canada and US)
If I could get a bit more clarification that would be great.
In the United States, most states or jurisdictions require an individual to possess a professional NAAB (www.naab.org) accredited degree. This NAAB degree could be either the five-year Bachelor of Architecture or the 4+2 year Master of Architecture.
Architects are licensed by the state in which they are licensed; thus, an architect would only be able to practice architecture in that state. For more details on licensure, I suggest you access NCARB - www.ncarb.org.
As I understand it, an accredited architecture degree from the U.S. meets the requirements for licensure in Canada and vice-versa. Again, contact NCARB or RAIC.