What type of preparations should I take in order to get an Architecture or Construction Management job?
I would love to know what sort of topics I should study and what courses I should consider in college for this type of work and if there are things i should know beforehand.
"Most of the 55 U.S. licensing boards require that architects hold a professional degree from a NAAB[National Architectural Accrediting Board]-accredited program, which include Bachelor of Architecture, Master of Architecture, and Doctor of Architecture programs." (Source: https://www.ncarb.org/earn-a-degree/study-architecture/accredited-programs#:~:text=Most%20of%20the%2055%20U.S.%20licensing%20boards%20require,of%20Architecture%20programs.%20View%20NAAB%E2%80%99s%20List%20of%20Programs)
I'd recommend reaching out to as many practicing architectural professionals as you can to get their perspectives. Also, research accredited vs. non-accredited Architecture curriculums and programs. Architecture is an intense course of study that only continues to be intense after graduation. (Check out: https://www.dezeen.com/2022/01/10/shop-architects-union/)