Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

I've graduated from a post-secondary architectural program. Can I practice architecture?
What are the steps to become a Licensed Architect?
Can I practice architecture in other jurisdictions?
Why is it necessary to become an Intern Architect?
What titles can I use?
What are the responsibilities of an Intern Architect's direct supervisor?
What are the responsibilities of an Intern Architect's mentor?

How long does it take to approve an application for Intern membership?

How long can it take to complete the Internship in Architecture Program process?
Is there a maximum amount of time in which the Internship in Architecture Program must be completed?
Why are there differences in requirements between jurisdictions?
How do I log experience hours that are not identified in Appendix A?
How do I log experience when more than 10 projects were worked in a submission's time period?
Can an Intern Architect work in other jurisdictions? Who reviews experience in this case?
Why are there fees for irregular Canadian Experience Record Book submissions?
Do I need to make CERB submissions after I have met the minimum requirements of the IAP?
How long does it take for the Board of Registration to review a submitted Canadian Experience Record Book?
How often does the Board of Registration collect submissions?
What are the differences between the two types of exams (ExAC vs. ARE)?
What are the similarities between the two types of exams?
Can I write my exams in other jurisdictions?
What is the role of the pre-license interview? What can I expect?
Who should I contact with questions?

 

© NSAA 20171361 Barrington Street, Halifax NS, B3J 1Y9T: 902.423.7607