Master of ScienceArchitectural Engineering Integrated Baccalaureate-Master's Level Program


The Master of Science in Architectural Engineering Program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission(s) of ABET, https://www.abet.org, under the General Criteria and the Architectural Engineering Program Criteria.

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Graduate Student Projects

Fall 2023

Karim Bazzi, ‘23
Challenges Preventing the Construction Industry from Fully Utilizing Prevention Through Design

Kaitlyn Lawhead, ‘23
Experimental Analysis of the Thermal Performance of Plastic Bag Based Insulation

Summer 2023

Kamryn Curtiss, ‘23
Increasing the Energy Efficiency of Photovoltaic Cells by Modifying the Building Envelope

Taylar Sciborski, ‘23
Structural Analysis of Various Lateral Force Resisting System Configurations for Natural Disasters

Oghenefejiro Asidi, ‘23
Comparison of Shading Devices’ Effect on Visual Comfort and Solar Heat Gain in Schools within Tropical Savanna Regions

Kaitlin Casey, ‘23
Analysis of the Flexural Rupture Limit State for Steel Connections Utilizing a Fiber Analysis

Spring 2023

Austin Slagle, ‘23
Lighting Control Systems: An Energy Savings and Visual Comfort Comparison

Dalia Saleem, ’23
Investigating Emotional Response to Different Lighting Conditions

Gillian Anschutz-Ceja, ‘23
Optimizing Daylighting in University Buildings: A Case Study of Lawrence Technological University’s Taubman Building

Leyna Best, ‘23
Revamping John Flynn’s Pilot Study on the Relationship Between Lighting Systems Design and Occupant Impressions

Mayar Zamzam, ‘23
Experimental Evaluation of Concentrically Loaded Bolt Group Failure Limit States

Renee Anderson, ‘23
Artificial Intelligence-Based Thermal Comfort Control Utilizing Infrared Array Sensor

Ian Lamphear, ‘23
Development of Indoor Air Quality Control Systems through the Use of Occupancy Detection Systems

Summer 2022

Brandon Garcia '22
Identification of Optimal Process and Criteria for the System’s Optimization, Configuration, Sources of Energy, Sizing, Modeling, and Control Strategies

Roark Pargeon '22
Reducing Visual Discomfort in College Gymnasiums: An Athlete's Perspective

Spring 2022

Adam Alger '22
Comparison of Radiant Floor Heating with Forced-Air System Provided Low Rise Residential Buildings Within U.S. Climate Zones

Ali Bazzi '22
Ultra High-Performance Concrete; Research and Analysis in New Guidelines, Optimal Mixture, And Curing Conditions

Matthew Candela '22
Evaluation of The Web Compression Buckling Limit State for Steel Members Based on Experimental Results

Pedro A. Checo '22
Predicting CO2 Levels in A Private Office Space with The Use of An Infrared Array Sensor

John Flesher-McKinney '22
Comprehensive Design Solution for A Photovoltaic Carport Installation at LTU

William Fulton '22
Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis of Static Pressure Drop Across A 1.5 Smooth Radius Rectangular Elbow Under Varying Entering Flow Conditions

Kelcey Heaney '22
Modeling Particle Dispersion Within Hospital Recovery Bays By Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Simulation

Jordan E. Reinhardt '22
Evaluating Transfer and Development Lengths of 0.7 in. Diameter Prestressed CFCC Strands

Spring 2021

Joshua Andree '21
Numerical Study of the Spread of Covid-19 in Classrooms using CFD Modeling

Anna Gagnon '21
Potential Energy Savings in An Academic Building: A Lighting and Occupancy Case Study

Nicklas Kent '21
Free Cooling CFD Analysis for Industrial Cooling System Application in Detroit, Michigan, USA

Marissa Mizwa '21
Modeling Ventilation Efficiency and Filtration of Infectious Disease-Carrying Air Particles

Alayne Nyboer '21
Validation of Illuminance Values Obtained by HDRI Exterior Luminance Mapping

Sydney Schultz '21
Reducing Energy Consumption in Student Residences by Studying Occupant Behavior on Energy Usage Characteristics

Alex Shorkey '21
Photometric Software Validation and Efficiency in Relation to the Lighting Design Workflow

Fall 2021

Hunter Rumball '21
Analysis of Reinforced Concrete Beam Deflections Using a Fiber Based Modeling Approach