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Resources from AIA Delaware
Regularly check with the Individual Licensing Board of the jurisdiction were you wish to practice architecture to verify registration and practice requirements as you progress through the process as the jurisdiction may change its rules, statutes and regulations at any time.
In general, architectural licensure requires:
ARE Study Material Lending Library
Our ARE Study Materials are a resource for Associate members of AIA Delaware.
The lending period is 14 days from check-out unless AIA Delaware requests their immediate return. One set of materials can be checked out at a time.
The borrower will be responsible for the cost of replacement materials if written in, damaged, lost or not returned within the 14-day period. The cost of the replacement will be determined at the time of loss. The materials should not be photocopied or otherwise reproduced; doing so is a copyright infringement.
Borrow our Brightwood 5.0 ARE Study Materials (study guide and flashcards) one practice area at a time (download Agreement).
Your Title in Delaware Until You Are Licensed
THE SHORT ANSWER
In Delaware, the Architecture law, under Section 303(b)(15), allows individuals currently employed under the responsible control of an architect, and who maintain in good standing a NCARB record use the title "intern architect” or “architectural intern" in conjunction with the person’s current employment.
Delaware statutes prohibit a person who is not licensed as an architect from not only practicing or offering to practice architecture in the state, but also from otherwise holding oneself out to the public as being an architect, or use in connection with the person’s name, or otherwise assume, use or advertise any title or description intending to convey the impress that the person s an architect.