The average architectural photography student who takes the exam earns between $25,000 and $45,000.
The median is $31,000, according to the Association of American Universities.
The fees are part of a $4 billion industry that has a $7.7 billion market cap and $8.4 billion annual revenue.
For some of the highest-paying architecture schools, the fees add up to hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The industry is dominated by architecture schools in the Northeast, but it’s expanding in other places as well.
Take the University of Virginia, which has the highest architecture degree enrollment in the country at nearly 4,000 students, according the school’s website.
Virginia’s largest school, George Mason, has the lowest average fee ($12,800) and the second-highest average revenue ($18.6 million).
That same school, the University, has a similar $16.4 million annual revenue, according, as did Georgia State University, which is in the process of being bought by a private equity firm.
The University of Washington is the only school in the Southeast that doesn’t charge architecture fees.
A University of California at Berkeley spokeswoman said the university doesn’t currently charge fees, and a spokeswoman for the California State University at San Bernardino said the school doesn’t offer any architecture degrees.
But it does charge students who want to take a more in-depth architectural course, which costs about $7,000 annually.
The majority of the tuition at some schools, including the University and Georgia State, is nonrefundable, according The American Institute of Architects, a nonprofit research and educational organization that tracks the fees.
And some colleges are charging $150 to $200 per hour to teach students, a practice that is becoming more common.
The association said that fee structure doesn’t reflect the amount of work being done on campus, which, in many cases, doesn’t include the use of technology, which can be costly to hire additional faculty or software.
The fee structure also doesn’t match what students are earning, which often isn’t reflected in the number of jobs they get, according David J. Pizzarelli, the association’s president.
Pizarelli said that when a college or university has to make a decision on a student’s fees, they can’t be used as an excuse to cut jobs or raise tuition, but they do have to be balanced against what students can earn.
He said that if a college has to cut the number and pay the amount, they are going to do so.
“I would expect to see these kinds of decisions taken at least at some level,” he said.
“When we think about how much money we can afford to spend on education and how much it costs, there’s a trade-off to that.”
And, in some cases, there are financial incentives to keep students in school, such as scholarships and stipends.
PIZZARELLI: A college may not be able to make money from these things, but the students do, and then it’s a huge, huge financial burden.
But there are ways around that.
There are financial options available.
For instance, if they want to go back to school, they might get an associate’s degree and go back.
PILGRIM: If they want a degree, they could go into finance or other academic fields.
PITTA: The way they look at this, is if you go to school and you’re doing something really good and you get a degree and then you want to do something else, then the only way to go is to go into an academic field, he said, referring to the costs of continuing education and programs like the Guggenheim Museum, which charges $12,000 per year for an associate degree.
But those are not necessarily the only options, Pizzampo said.
They’re often not the best options.
And, when students leave school, Pizampo warned, the burden of paying tuition is on them to figure out what to do with their time, which he said could take a long time.
A large number of students who leave high school early in the school year are doing so because they have to drop out of school, said Elizabeth Hulsey, a senior at the University at Buffalo who graduated in 2014.
That’s because they need to find work before the year is out.
And it can be challenging to find a full-time job, she said.
The Gugnaheim Museum doesn’t provide any degrees, but a program called Career Fair allows students to choose a job that pays about $30,000 a year.
Students can get the money through a variety of programs.
One program lets them work for a full year in the museum, while the other lets them take a part-time course.
The latter is also a great way to earn some money, said Stephanie Roeseler, a Gugnesheim graduate who is now a freelance journalist. She