The broad field of architecture allows you to develop analytical expertise, enhance your presentation skills, learn software, and formulate concise plans. With an undergraduate degree you might work as a general contractor, handle the production design for a movie, build a business as a real estate developer, or continue your studies toward certification as an architect.
Each spring the School of Architecture hosts Career XPO, where you can meet and interview with employers. The school's career office also provides mock interviews, assists with job searches, and helps graduating students connect with professional firms.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that the number of architects will increase nearly 17 percent by 2022.