Law Passed: 1923 • Joined NCARB: 1932 • Region 6—Western (1963)
The Components of Licensure
1972: Applicants must hold a degree from an accredited architecture program or complete 11 years of experience as an alternative.
2008: Hawaii requires continuing education for license renewal.
1972: Applicants must have either two years of experience and a four-year architecture degree, or 11 years of experience.
1990: Applicants with a four-year or higher approved architecture degree must complete three years of experience, applicants with other four-year architecture degrees must complete five, applicants with a two-year architecture degree must complete eight, and applicants with no degree must complete 11 years of experience.
2000: The IDP is required, along with additional experience duration dependent on education.
1954: Hawaii begins using NCARB’s Examination Syllabus.
1983: Hawaii begins administering the ARE.
A representative from Hawaii first attended an NCARB Annual Business Meeting in 1939. Hawaii has hosted two NCARB Annual Meetings—in 1981 (Maui) and 1968 (Honolulu)