Graduates holding the dual Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Architecture degrees are eligible for professional licensure as civil engineers; they will also have completed the coursework necessary to pursue a master’s degree in architecture, the terminal degree required for licensure as an architect.
The Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering includes course work in construction, environmental, geotechnical, hydraulic, and structural engineering. Also addressed are professional issues such as ethics, leadership, and sustainable design. By selecting specific technical electives, you can further specialize in a particular civil engineering subdiscipline.
The Master of Science in Architecture introduces the core skills of creative problem solving and provides a collaborative learning environment in which you explore the various disciplines involved in the creative design process, including urban planning, landscape architecture, building systems, interior architecture, lighting, and applied arts.
The program culminates in a two-semester capstone course in which you undertake challenging team research projects that combine both architecture and engineering.
Lawrence Tech has successfully educated leaders in the fields of design and construction for nearly 90 years.
- The University’s role as a leading research center with state-of-the-art facilities enables you to become involved in applied research projects and gives you access to cutting-edge concepts and the latest technologies.
- The dual degree curriculum offers a broad understanding of the technical, aesthetic, economic, and social aspects of design and construction, positioning you as a valuable contributor who will be attractive to a wide spectrum of employers.
- An emphasis on sustainability and environmental, health, safety, and welfare concerns exposes you to some of the most pressing issues facing today’s engineers and architects.
- A focus on teamwork and communication provides excellent preparation for the realities of today’s collaborative workplace.