Jul 18, 2024  
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Rensselaer Catalog 2024-2025
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ARCH 4200 - Portfolio Development


A graphic portfolio of architectural design work is a living document representing the diversity, competence, and growth throughout an architect’s career. Central to this course is the development of professional development skills in preparation for internships and a professional career in architecture, including the All-Institute ARCH AWAY experience. Students will have the ability to conceive, design, and construct a portfolio, using images and text, that integrates work examples exhibiting a diverse range of skills including, design studio, history theory, professional work, technical and environmental courses. Other skills covered include the design of a curriculum vitae tailored to architecture, and the allied design fields. This course provides an overview of how to establish an NCARB record and log AXP (experience credits), formulate a path to licensure including the AXP and the ARE (Architecture Registration Exam) and is coordinated with career development events, lectures, including Blast-off and the SoA career fair and formally introduces students to their NCARB mentor.

 

 

Prerequisites/Corequisites: This course is required for 3rd year students

When Offered: Fall and spring terms annually.

Credit Hours: 1



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