By Laura Amaya
The decision to study architecture feels like choosing a path for a lifetime at the age of 20. As you enter university, you think that architecture is about drawing and building as you get ready to become the next Mies van der Rohe. What you may not realize, though, is that architecture school also prepares you for many other careers out there.
A part of our Working Out of the Box series, this piece discusses the top 10 transferable skills you develop in architecture school. These set you up for a world outside our discipline, and can even give you an edge in many industries you thought were beyond your reach. If you are thinking about leaving architecture and changing professions, this list proves that your degree equips you for pretty much anything you want to do.
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