I Want To Be An Architect - Enterprise Architects
I want to be a landscape architect..
I would love to give you a simple answer, but since you are describing a university system that I know nothing about, I would suggest you reach out to some local architects. They will have been through everything you are describing and can probably give you great advice on what you should do if you want to be an architect. Thanks for reading and good luck!
I want to be an architect because
Does it mean that if someone, an intern or a graduate can not work in 3D Max, Autocad or Revit, the employer would be giving him the job of concept design development or the IDP? No this does not mean that, an architect has to be good in design, He/She has to be good in Pencil, Pen and any other media, Revit is one of the many tools he/she can use on the go.
It would be a lame thought to not to learn or use Revit or anything else if you want to be an architect.
So, if when you get to college you still want to be an architect you will want to major in architecture. I don't know what schools have good architecture programs, but that's another thing that your school counselor could help you look into.I’m in Highschool and I want to be an architect mostly because I love drawing. Does that seem silly? I’ve done a lot of research and was wondering if you need a physics or maths a level because they’re not particularly my strong points. Is being an architect for super smart people? And would it be hard to get a job after? Is it a highly competitive area? but now your saying you want to be an architectural photographer, there are not many jobs in this...so i would say dont study photography either, all of your other design related interests you can learn on your own... architecture is the only one you should go to school for, because it has a very important technical aspect ... dont waste your time and money on these "design" degrees, no one can teach you how to be creative, you either have it or you dont, and the technical stuff you can teach yourself, if you are motivated enough....all you need is experience(ie. freelance or your own side projects), in the long run if your good enough no one cares what school you went to or if you went at all.., only what you are capable of producing for them.