Introduction. Behind Every Creation There Is A Creator,

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Introduction Behind every creation there is a creator, or in this case a designer. The role of an Architect is the epitome of the designing and building process. From the humble beginning at the drafting table in the office to the job site where a mere vision is being made reality. They are the men and women behind the structures we see. From as simple as residential to as complex to skyscrapers in metropolitan area. I have decided to pursue studies and a career in architecture, by completing the necessary criteria needed such as education, gaining experience and certification. Job Description The architects work closely with the client, down to a personal level, to really understand their situation and how a design should benefit their…show more content…
These are the harsh truths of the trade and the risks one has to make in this field. When meeting with the potential buyer or client, we as business representative have to present ourselves with poise and respect for ourselves and the company. We learn how to use skills such as communication (internal and external), analysis of data in graphs or a database, organization with personal and interpersonal work. These allow us to work with the client more effectively and more efficiently. ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬Aside from skill that are needed to have constructive interaction with others, one must also possess a sense of self-motivation and self-discipline for the tasks at hand. This is the main drive for the company and the architect productivity. Education As I begin my journey on my way to becoming a practicing architect here in the state of Texas; my choices in education and institution are vital to my future success. It will determine how fast I will enter the work force, if I will be in debt to student loans and how it my occupation with benefit me in life. The required course work that is required, in addition to internships and registration exams; it all comes down to a total of 8.5 years. All internship hours can accumulate to as much as 3,740 hours according to the Nation Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB). The chosen universities must meet the criteria for the National Architecture Accrediting Board (NAAB). College choices My

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