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Career Studies
"My Future Career"

By: Michelle Liu
GLC2O1-01
May 2014

Examples of some the most recognized buildings in Toronto, Ontario
Today's Agenda:
Types of Architecture Jobs


Drafter
Project Manager
Landscape Architects
Architect
Architect
ar·chi·tect
'a person who designs buildings and in many cases also supervises their construction'

What is an architect


types of jobs
What is an architects typical day like?
meet with clients
meetings with co-workers
respond to business related emails and calls
research and create drawings
resolve issues discussed earlier in the day
return urgent phone calls and/or emails
join another meeting
meet with co-workers to discuss plans
meet with contractors to discuss plans
Why would I be suited to become an architect?
Organized Gold:
Authentic Blue:
helpful to others
pays attention to details
good listener
people person
thinks creatively
creative
Interests: people; speaking/assisting

Skills: Drawing/Painting/Sculpting

Visual Spatial

Right brained
Education Plans:
Grade 11:
English- ENG3U1
Functions- MCR3U1
Architectural Design- TDA3M1
Physics- SPH3U1
Visual Arts- AVI3M1
IYAPS- HSP3U1
Computer Studies- ICS3U1
Acounting- BAF3M1
Grade 12:
English- ENG4U1
Calculus and Vectors- MCV4UP
Data Management-MDM4U1
Architectural Design- TDA4M1
Physics- SPH4U1
Visual Arts- AVI4M1
Computer Studies- ICS4U1
Accounting- BAT4M1

Post Secondary Plans
Estimated total cost for
a school year- $22,700
Tuition- $8000
Books&Supplies- $4300
Obstacles
Climbing the Corporate Ladder
Level 1
: Intern
Earnings
: $40,000 to $60,000 a year
Requirements
: Bachelor’s or master’s degree in architecture
Responsibilities:
Developing design or technical solutions under the supervision of an architect
Level 2:
Licensed Architect
Earnings:
$50,000 to $100,000 a year
Requirements:

•Completion of an architecture internship
• Successful completion of the professional exam

Responsibilities:
Dealing with clients; negotiating contracts and taking charge of entire projects; taking on some managerial responsibilities
Level 3:
Partner in Architectural Firm
Earnings:
$70,000 to $300,000 a year
Requirements:
Management experience
Responsibilities:
Dealing with clients; negotiating contracts; taking charge of entire projects, including scheduling and budgeting; having responsibility for staffing; overseeing departments and functions of the firm
Financial Issues
Grades and Marks
Ontario Student Assistance Program-OSAP
Co-op
RESP
Busary
Scholarships
Admissions: evaluated on grades, interview, portfolio, précis, and the admissions information form
around the mid-80's
Architecture Program
Benefits:
Co-op
Over 4500 employers
year 2: 4 months paid co-op, 4 month school
98.5% Co-op jobs
Roughly 2500 apply
Invite 400-500 students for an interview
about 80 students

portfolio: Drawings or paintings, Samples of 2- and 3-dimensional works, Other creative works, Dance and music, sketchbooks

précis test
Cambridge, Ontario
Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS)
4 years
Master of Architecture (MAS)
1-2 years (3-6 terms)

Plans After Graduation
intern
pass the Examination for Architects in Canada (ExAC)
become a licensed architect
partner in a firm
retire at the age of 65
ExAC- Examination for Architects in Canada
2800 hours
$300 fee
4 parts/sections

Thanks for
Listening.

Questions?
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http://www.ucalendar.uwaterloo.ca/1213/COURSE/course-ARCH.html
https://uwaterloo.ca/architecture/future-students

Terry Boake- Professor
tboake@uwaterloo.ca



Typical Day
Why am I suited to
become an
Architect
Education Plan
Post Secondary
Obstacles
After Graduation
ExAC
Corporate Ladder
Questions
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