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    Is it possible to get admission for M.Arch after Completing B.Tech in Civil?

    Is it possible to get admission for M.Arch after Completing B.Tech in Civil?
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    Re: Is it possible to get admission for M.Arch after Completing B.Tech in Civil?

    [COLOR="rgb(0, 255, 255)"]HI friend

    The degree is earned through several possible paths of study, depending on both a particular program's construction, and the candidate's previous academic experience and degrees.

    M.Arch degrees vary in kind, so they are frequently given names such as "M.Arch I" and "M.Arch II" to distinguish them. All M.Arch. degrees are professional degrees in architecture.

    There are, however, other master's degrees offered by architecture schools that are not accredited in any way.

    Many schools offer several possible tracks of architectural education. Including study at the bachelor's and master's level, these tracks range up to 7.5 years in duration.

    One possible route is what is commonly referred to as the "4+2" course. This path entails completing a four-year, accredited, pre-professional bachelor of arts in architecture or a bachelor of science in architecture.

    This degree is not 3 year, depending on the nature and quality of your undergraduate study performance, and the evaluation of your master's degree program school of your undergraduate study) Master of Architecture program. This route offers several advantages:

    [COLOR="rgb(0, 255, 255)"][/COLOR] your first four years are a bit more loose, allowing the inclusion of some liberal arts study; you can attend two different institutions for your undergraduate and graduate study, which is helpful in that it allows you to have a more varied architectural education, and you can pick the best place for you to complete your thesis (because chances are, you might not pick the program that has the exact focus that you will want when it becomes time for your thesis study); and you will finish the 4+2 course of study with a master's degree that will provide you the career option of teaching architecture at the collegiate level.[/COLOR]


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