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    Can I do M.Arch after completing B.tech in Civil Engineering?

    Hello sir/madam
    After completing b.tech in civil engineering can i do M.Arch?





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    Re: Can I do M.Arch after completing B.tech in Civil Engineering?

    Hello,
    Will I be eligible to do M.Arch after per suing a Degree in Bachelors of Science in Interior Designing. I so, which universities in Canada would it be possible in??




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    navjotsidhupamal
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    Re: Can I do M.Arch after completing B.tech in Civil Engineering?

    hello friend..!!

    ->as you want to do M.Arch after completion of B.Tech in civil engineering.
    ->but it depends upon the university's rule.
    ->Civil engineering and architecture is quite similar but i can't say it with surety.
    ->but i think you can do masters in architecture after completion of b.tech in civil engineering.

    thank u!!!

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    Re: Can I do M.Arch after completing B.tech in Civil Engineering?

    I want to crack mba.......so i'm a bit confused on whether i should opt for BE or BCA course....which one is better?

    I'm getting bca( mca integrated course) from a reputed college.

    if i take up this course n opt for mba so will it affect my job and mba degree?


    n is mbaIT a gud option to opt for?

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    ngopichand
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    Re: Can I do M.Arch after completing B.tech in Civil Engineering?

    Dear friend,

    to do M.arch you have to complete B.arch,
    but it may varies from University to University since civil and architecture both are quite similar.

    For M.Arch (Real Estate Development) and M.Arch (Environmental Architecture) B.Tech civil or B.Arch is eligible.

    so go ahead.
    all the best.

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    engguy
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    Re: Can I do M.Arch after completing B.tech in Civil Engineering?

    Hello Friend.

    Top Colleges for M Arch is given below.



    Each college has there own eligibility criteria so that you can choose one and go for IT.

    Thank u.
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    tanveersandhu
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    Re: Can I do M.Arch after completing B.tech in Civil Engineering?

    My Dear Friend in my Opinion you can not do M.Arch after completing your B.Tech in Civil Engineering.
    But i am Not Confirmed of this. Maybe you can do it but i do not know for sure. I have also GOOGLED your Query but i haven't got any confirmed Response. So i am really sorry about it.
    But you could have easily gone for M.Arch after B.Arch. Now that you are asking for M.Arch about B.Tech Civil i am not Confirmed about it.
    Hope that the Expert will help you with your Query.
    Thanks a Lot.

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    Pretty
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    Re: Can I do M.Arch after completing B.tech in Civil Engineering?

    Hi friend,

    to do M.arch you must complete B.Arch.
    since civil and Architecture are quite similar there may be a chance to do M.Arch. But it depends on University.

    For M.Arch (Real Estate Development) B.Tech Civil graduates are also eligible

    all the best.

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    mohitvats86
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    Re: Can I do M.Arch after completing B.tech in Civil Engineering?

    Friend M.Arch is a Master degree in architecture & can be done only after B.Arch. (Bachelor degree in architecture).
    and you have done B.Tech in civil engineering. Then think from your side.
    But Even then if you want to do M.Arch Then i will suggest you to go in private universities / institutions & consult them for the eligibility in this course. But university must be recognized by AICTE.
    definitely you will get chance to get admission in anywhere in India.
    Thank you & have best of luck for your future.

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    Re: Can I do M.Arch after completing B.tech in Civil Engineering?

    hi,
    To do M.arch you have to complete B.arch,
    but it may varies from University to University since civil and architecture both are quite similar.
    For M.Arch (Real Estate Development) and M.Arch (Environmental Architecture) B.Tech civil or B.Arch is eligible.
    so go ahead.
    Thanks

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    frehman
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    Re: Can I do M.Arch after completing B.tech in Civil Engineering?

    Dear Friend,

    You are done B-tech in civil engineering and you want to do M.Arch.

    M.Arch is master degree in architecture..

    But it will depends on the university rule.

    civil and architecture course are very similar..




    Thank You!!!

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    sadaf8888
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    Re: Can I do M.Arch after completing B.tech in Civil Engineering?

    No friend,
    As you have done civil engineering you can not go for Architecture.
    As you are a civil engineer but Architect is much more different
    from the Engineering also from Civil Engineering. So if you want
    to go in Higher education then you can do M . Tech with your
    branch or MBA.
    You can also choose any other stream but not Architecture.
    All the best

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    lovegupta
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    Re: Can I do M.Arch after completing B.tech in Civil Engineering?

    hi dear,
    Most of universities give admission in M.arch if student is pass out from B.arch.
    But it is not necessary for each university.
    Many university allows M.Arch after B.tech in Civil Engineering because civil engineering and Arch. is quite similar,so its depends on university and their rules.
    So you have to visit the site of university from where you want to do M.Arch.
    Good Luck

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    Re: Can I do M.Arch after completing B.tech in Civil Engineering?

    i am a civil engineering student..can i do M.arch ...wheather it has a value?i deceided to do it in srm university

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