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Architects work in a field that always seems to be in demand. Using an imaginative blend of math, art, and science, architects are responsible for drawing, designing, and building scale models of buildings. Many architects are employed at construction firms and some actually build residential homes, and commercial facilities. Those meeting the educational requirements may look to careers as an: urban planner, landscape architect or marine architect. Some may go on to share their knowledge by becoming architectural journalists of teaching the next generation of architects.

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Though a fake diploma can be received in only a few days time, the journey to become an architect can take 7 years or more. Three tracks of study are available for becoming an architect and over 100 schools offer professional architecture degree programs in the United States and Canada.

  • The Bachelor or Master of Architecture program is the fastest track, taking around 5 to 6 years for most. The program is a continuous professional degree program and may be called a bachelor or master program depending on the school.
  • Students can choose to get a traditional four year bachelor's degree focusing on architecture, at a nonprofessional architect program. Then completion of 2 additional years of study will be needed for a master's degree in architecture.
  • Though less popular, students can get an undergraduate degree in any subject then enroll in a master's of architect graduate school program. A master's degree program will typically take an additional 3 to 3.5 years of study.

Regardless of the route chosen, the licensing requirements for the United States requires all students complete a bachelor or master program accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB), the sole organization supporting architect degree programs. In Canada, the Canadian Architectural Certification Board also accredits architectural degree programs

Even once formal training is over, architects have to complete a 3 year internship program. Additionally, the Architectural Registration Exam will have to be passed before becoming a licensed architect. With all the years of study required, there is no surprise those looking for a quick solution might use a fake degree in order to impress their family or friends or simply give as a funny gift to someone pursing a course of study as an architect.

Novelty degrees and diplomas are also a great gift idea for architects who have actually earned a master's degree in architect. Real architect degrees can become misplaced, lost to fire, damaged or even stolen. With a novelty degree architects can have a near perfect duplicate of their original diploma. Degrees can even be purchased for colleges and universities that have closed down. Degrees are so authentic they include raised lettering, gold foil and an official seal or crest of the school.

For the practical joker in the family a fake college master's of architect degree can be hung on the office wall to annoy the real architect in the family. With fake transcripts, letters of recommendation from the dean of the school, and an award of academic excellence, jokers can annoy the real family architect even more by having better grades.

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