• Find a school that offers a bachelor's of architecture degree. This is usually a 5-year degree that requires no previous post-secondary education. (Meaning you can go into it straight out of high school.) You will need to be good with mathematics, up to and including Calculus. Artistic skills are also important, but if you're not a good artist, don't worry about it too much--contrary to popular belief, art *can* be learned. It just takes practice. Most architecture programs will require a lot of out-of-class work. You'll spend a lot of time in the studio working on a variety of projects.

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