Accredited Professional Degree
The certification of Educational qualifications is granted by the CACB (Canadian Architectural Certification Board) confirming that the curriculum of an architectural program meets the standards for entry into the profession. The requirements for accreditation are set by the CACB as described in the document CACB Conditions and Procedures for Accreditation of Professional Degree Programs in Architecture. These standards are applied to university professional programs in architecture during a periodic accreditation process – normally every 5 or 6 years. At the Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, the accredited professional degree is granted at the Master’s level.
The Accreditation process requires a complete report (APR) followed by a visit to the subject School of Architecture.
Included here: the 2016 Program Report – APR
Below: Highlights from the 2001 and 2005 Accreditation Exhibitions and Visits.