Career Development Timelines
We are excited to publish the following Tulane School of Architecture Career Development Timelines! These timelines should be used by students to guide their career planning throughout their time at Tulane. Students should select the timeline that corresponds to their degree program.
- Bachelor of Architecture (5 Year Program) (PDF, text)
- Bachelor of Science in Architecture (4 Year Program) (PDF, text)
The Career Services Resource Library includes handouts and worksheets developed by the Career Services office and workshop presenters to help students navigate various aspects of career related topics. Visit the career resource library here and look out for more information to be added regularly.
DESIGNING CAREERS reinforces our Career Services initiatives in creating new opportunities that will help to better position students and graduates as they pursue a variety of approaches for their careers and diverse job opportunities. It includes:
- One-on-one consultations
- Enhancing the online resource library
- Additional online workshops and programming
DESIGNING CAREERS is supported by Faculty Career Leader Kenneth Schwartz, FAIA; the Tulane School of Architecture Alumni Council; and Kristen Jones, Program Manager for Career Services and External Relations. Click here to read more about the initiative and its components.
Career Corner Newsletter
Career Corner is a biweekly newsletter written by Kristen Jones, Program Manager for Career Services and External Relations, that features career professional development information-including available job and internship listings, information on upcoming School of Architecture careers events, and resources and checklists to help students navigate their career development. To view past issues, please visit our folder HERE. If you are a current student who is not receiving the Career Corner newsletter, please contact Kristen at email@example.com.
NCARB Architectural Experience Program
NCARB’s Architectural Experience Program (AXP) guides emerging professionals through the testing process to obtain an architectural license. AXP is the standard accepted means of completing the experience requirement in almost all U.S. jurisdictions. Students can now sign up as soon as they enter a NAAB accredited professional degree program in architecture. AXP is required for licensure in every state.
To find out more about the program requirements visit https://www.ncarb.org. The Tulane School of Architecture AXP Education Coordinator is Andrew Liles, AIA.