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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
For specific details on autorized use of the seal, please refer to the Utah Architect Licensing Act 58-3a-603
Utah allows for for licensure by endorsement from out-of-state applicants coming from a state, district, or territory of the United States that encompasses a similar scope of practice as the license sought in this state if the applicant has held the license for at least one year and is in good standing. Find more information here.
Yes. Exemptions may be found in the Utah Architect Licensing Act 58-3a-304.
No. Utah does not offer a Ceremonial Certificate.
24-hours of continuing education directly related to the licensee's profesional practice. Specific education details may be found in the Utah Architect Licensing Act Rule, R156-3a-304.
Any licensee who fails to timely complete the continuing education hours required shall be required to complete double the number of hours missed to be eligible for renewal or reinstatement.
No, however, a firm offering architectural services in Utah must employ a Utah licensed architect in a principal position. A firm interested in practicing in Utah will also need to register with the Division of Corporations and Commercial Code .
The Utah Architect Licensing Act 58-3a-102(7) reads: “Principal” means a licensed architect having responsible charge of an organization’s architectural practice. The Utah Architect Licensing Act RuleR156-3a-102(12) reads: “Responsible Charge” by a principal, as used in Subsection 58-3a-102(7), means direct control and management by a principal over the practice of architecture by an organization.
No. Fees submitted with an application are processing fees and are non-refundable.