combined master's + bachelor'sarchitectural engineering


5 Areas of Study

  • Architecture

    Architecture | Architecture, art, form, massing, circulation, building envelope, aesthetics, community and sustainable design practices are at the 'core' and focus on building systems integration, optimization, and high performance. 

  • Construction

    Construction | Courses in project management, integrated project design and delivery, and Building Information Modeling prepare and expose students to the world of construction, contracts, estimating, operations and maintenance. 

  • Electrical

    Electrical | Lighting, day-lighting, electrical systems design and power distribution, bring 'life' to a building. The new Lighting, Electrical and Daylighting Lab (LEDLab) demonstrates sensors, alarms, controls, and information systems.

  • Mechanical

    Mechanical | The 'heart & soul' of the building includes heating, cooling, ventilation, refrigeration, plumbing, fire-protection, controls, acoustics. Learn about the latest technologies in alternative energy including solar, wind, biomass and geothermal. 

  • Structural

    Structural | The building structure is the 'bones or skeleton' of the building. Classes in concrete, steel and timbers emphasis a cradle-to-cradle approach towards natural resource, water management, and minimization of waste.

Architectural engineers are “whole building professionals.” Important members of design teams, they use their creative skills and knowledge of structural, mechanical, and electrical engineering to help construct buildings that are beautiful and functional. LTU’s architectural engineering program is one of only a few in the nation specifically designed to develop your knowledge, skills, and experience in sustainable building design and systems engineering and integration. You’ll learn how to reduce the environmental “footprint” of buildings working alongside professors with industry experience and other architects and engineers.


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  • Means and Walters receive Distinguished Service Award at ASHRAE annual meeting


    Lawrence Technological University faculty members Janice Means and Filza Walters were among the recipients of the Distinguished Service Award at the annual meeting of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) held in Atlanta in June.

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    Jul 9

    LTU wins three top awards at national architectural engineering competition


    An architectural engineering team from Lawrence Technological University took first place in three categories at the national Architectural Engineering Institute’s (AEI) annual Student Design Competition held March 25-27 in Milwaukee. AEI is part of the American Society of Civil Engineers.

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    Apr 20

  • Freshman Student Lands Summer Internship

    Nada Saghir

    Freshman student selected for internship with prestigious architectural engineering firm ...

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    Nov 5

    First Capstone Studio Project

    Capstone Studio Project

    The first cohort of students tackle a student design competition to design ...

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    Nov 5

  • First Architectural Engineering Cohort Graduates

    AE May 2014 Graduates

    The first cohort graduates at May 2014 commencement ...

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    Nov 5

    Architectural Engineering Students Place in Prestigious Competition

    Charles Pakow Competition

    First place award in "Integration" category goes to Lawrence Tech students ...

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    Nov 5