AXP and Licensure2016-11-10T22:14:48+00:00

Architecture Experience Program
The Architecture Experience Program (AXP) is a comprehensive training program created to ensure that interns in the architecture profession gain the knowledge and skills required for the independent practice of architecture. The AXP was created jointly in the 1970s by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) and the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and is administered by NCARB.

As a professional membership organization, the AIA supports the AXP through the coordinator program, the mentorship program, supplementary education activities, and the AXP Advisory Committee. All of the program requirements are outlined in the AXP Guidelines. Interns and supervisors should become familiar with the AXP Guidelines and the AXP Supervisor Guidelines.

Register for the NCARB AXP by completing the AXP Registration Form.

Learn everything about the Architecture Experience Program by reviewing the Inside NCARB: AXP, ARE, Licensure & Certification document.

If you are an internationally educated applicant, receive answers to your questions by exploring the International Section.

For more information, you may contact the AXP Educator Coordinator:

Marilys R. Nepomechie, FAIA
Associate Dean of Strategic Initiatives, AXP Coordinator, and Professor
Office: PCA 386-A

Introduction to AXP Lectures
You can also attend one of the following lectures:

Upper Division
FALL, Second Thursday of November | PCA 135

SPRING, Second Thursday of February | PCA 135

Lower Division
FALL, Second Wednesday of November | PCA 135

SPRING, Second Wednesday of February | PCA 135