AIASBAC and Student Development are holding a month-long contest to assist you in obtaining and understanding the Education process, Experience process, and the Examination process in which students need to do in order to become a Licensed Architect.
Congratulations to Loi Tran for being the first to correctly answer last weeks question about, which state first began accrediting architecture programs in 1897, with the answer of Illinois.
The first BAC student to submit the correct answer to the following question to AIASBAC and you could win a prize. This is the last question of the contest so give it a shot and submit your answer!
Question: How many degree programs in architecture are accredited by NAAB in the United States?
Helpful Hint: Check out NCARB
BAC students have until Sunday, December 2, to research and e-mail their entry to: email@example.com with your name, major, and guess on the above question.
Next Tuesday, the answer to this week's question will be posted on the blog and the winner will be notified. The winning student can pick up their prizes from Becky Anderson in the Student Development Office (320 Newbury Street, 1st floor). BAC students can enter up to four times throughout the contest, but can only win a maximum of one time during the month. All BAC students are eligible, except AIASBAC officers.
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