AIA and state requirements for continuing education
Licensed architects must earn continuing education credits each year to fulfill AIA membership requirements. You may also need to complete continuing education requirements to renew your state license(s).
If you’re working on getting licensed, some AIA-approved courses count toward the experience requirement for licensure.
We offer a variety of ways to earn continuing education credits that make meeting your goals and licensing requirements interesting and convenient. Our transcript service makes it easy to track your progress.
Learn in all kinds of settings—from taking tours of architectural landmarks during our annual AIA Conference on Architecture to taking interactive courses through AIAU, our online continuing education center.
With more than 3,000 continuing education providers and a catalog of more than 75,000 approved classes, you will find courses that help you stay up-to-date and grow professionally.
AIA CM Courses
Massachusetts registered architects must earn a minimum of 12 education credits annually, eight (8) of which must be Health, Safety and Welfare
AIACM Makes it easy to stay at the top of your field with 18 hours of courses on trending topics developed by your local Chapter with your needs in mind and the AIA transcript service that keeps track of your AIA Learning Units. In addition to meeting your AIA continuing education requirements, these courses are accepted by most state licensing boards.View your transcript