AA in architectural drafting?

Question:I have a BA in Spanish but I have an interest in architecture, though I am not interested in going back to school for years and years. Then today, I read an article about getting an AA (2 years) in architectural drafting. Does anyone have info on this? This sounds like it's right up my alley but I don't know if it is appropriate to get a BA then go back to school for an AA.




Answers:
It is totally appropriate. Getting an associate's degree after getting a bachelor's is a quick, easy way to change careers.

I would suggest getting an AAS in Architecture, not an AA. It still takes 2 years, but it makes you more qualified than an AA would.

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