Architects must earn a minimum number of continuing eductaion credits (CEUs) each year to maintain their professional licenses and standing in the professional society. AIA Brazos actively promotes attendance of the state and national architecture conventions, but, for members who cannot make it to these or who prefer to have more freedom in their choice of sessions at them, we provide resources which allow an architect to meet their annual requirements locally. Learn more about the options below.
Lunch + LearnS
AIA Brazos arranges a variety of original-content continuing education programs and activities throughout the year. These range from meetings with Texas Society of Architects leadership and discussions regarding development in our community, to tours of active and recently completed construction projects. While some are member-exclusives, many are also of relevance and open to the public.
Contact the Community Relations Coordinator for more information or to develop a new continuing education program.
Contact the Building Tours Coordinator to arrange a tour of you project.
ADDITIONAL LOCAL RESOURCES
Our proximity to the Texas A&M University College of Architecture affords us access to many educational resources - some of which include AIA continuing education credits. Look out for announcements of symposia, lectures, meetings, workshops, and joint efforts.
Contact the Academic Director to learn more.