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Integrated Bachelor's + Master'sArchitectural Engineering

LTU

Architectural engineers are multi-talented – not only do they understand the principles of architecture and design; they use their specialized engineering skills to build structures that can stand the test of time. If you work in this field, you will analyze the site, exposure, and building orientation; design heating, cooling, lighting, and power distribution systems; ensure fire protection; and design the structural elements of a building. In other words, you will become an indispensable member of a team dedicated to following rigorous design standards.

Complete your undergraduate and master’s studies in just five years with this program, an intensive, integrated program that encompasses both undergraduate and graduate studies. With this dual degree – offered at only a handful of universities in the nation – you’ll be uniquely positioned as a “whole building professional” in the growing field of sustainable design and energy-efficient systems engineering for the built environment. You’ll learn to apply the skills of many engineering disciplines – structural, construction, mechanical, and electrical – to work collaboratively in the building design process.

Why LTU?

  • With Lawrence Tech’s commitment to building integration and sustainable design, you’ll be prepared to become a leader in this rapidly expanding field
  • Your coursework will dive deep into architectural engineering while also providing a broad foundation in general engineering
  • With LTU’s signature theory and practice education, you’ll gain valuable hands-on experience, work on project teams, enjoy leadership opportunities through professional organizations, and develop all-important networking skills
  • The comprehensive capstone design project is designed to strengthen your engineering and technical skills, making you workforce ready at graduation

Meet the Faculty

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Dr. Keith Kowalkowski

Assistant Department Chair, Director of Civil Engineering Graduate Programs

Keith Kowalkowski is the academic advisor for all students in the program and teaches structural engineering courses in steel, dynamics, masonry and concrete. He is always looking for dedicated graduate students to join his research into steel design, composite materials and fire testing.

Office of Admissions

248.204.3160
admissions@ltu.edu

Department of Civil & Architectural Engineering

248.204.2545
cechair@ltu.edu