NCARB’s 2015 Report Projects Positive Future for the Architecture Profession

by Patrick Kunkel
Archdaily, July 15, 2015

NCARB's 2015 Report Projects Positive Future for the Architecture Profession(Image: Image from NCARB report, courtesy of Archdaily)

The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) has released “NCARB by the Numbers,” their annual report featuring statistics important to the architecture profession in the US. NCARB’s research portrays a positive future for the profession, with statistics showing that diversity is growing, architects are becoming licensed at an earlier age and progressing through licensure paths more quickly than in previous years, and more architects are becoming licensed than ever before.

The 2015 report covers the causes and effects of the results, looking into the impact of location and education. A section entitled “Jurisdictions by the Numbers,” lays out standardized relevant information for viewers to investigate conditions in the architecture profession in each state. The report also includes an analysis of the role of NAAB-accredited programs in helping architects achieve licensure. Read more…

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