Lawrence Technological University is a private, 3,000-student university that offers more than 100 innovative programs in Colleges of Architecture and Design, Arts and Sciences, Business and Information Technology, and Engineering – all featuring exceptional exposure to theory and practice. Classes are small by design, and taught by faculty with current industry experience. LTU features 30 NAIA varsity and junior varsity athletics teams. More than 1000 students live on campus and there are lots of opportunities to get involved with over 60 student clubs and organizations. Lawrence Tech is ranked among the nation’s best universities by U.S. News & World Report and the Princeton Review. The Brookings Institution ranks LTU fifth among U.S. colleges and universities for boosting graduates’ earning potential. Payscale.com reports alumni salaries are in the top 11 percent nationally.
|Architectural Technology (03371)||
Provided all entrance requirements are met, graduates of Humber's Architectural Technology Advanced Diploma program will be granted a minimum of 83 transfer credits/exclusion credits of the 168 credits required for the Master of Architecture degree program at Lawrence Technological University.
Track I of the M.Arch program is a direct entry master’s program, consisting of two parts: a 133-credit undergraduate curriculum, leading to a Bachelor of Science in Architecture, and a 36-credit graduate-level curriculum, leading to a Master of Architecture. See program summary and the progression flowchart.
Find out more about LTU's unique Integrated Path to Licensure program, through which students can graduate as licensed architects.
Successful completion of Humber's Architectural Technology program with an overall 3.0 GPA (or Humber equivalent) is required for automatic admission. Lower GPA’s (2.75 and above) may qualify on a case-by-case basis. Only the courses taken at Humber College that have earned a minimum grade of ‘C’ (or Humber equivalent) will be accepted by LTU.
Although portfolios are not required for admission, they are required to verify each students’ attainment of all National Architecture Accrediting Board (NAAB) student performance criteria (SPC) that are assigned to any LTU studio or visual communication courses. See Transfer Portfolio Guidelines.
Admission to the academic programs listed is at the sole discretion of the partner post-secondary institution. Please contact the institution for detailed admission requirements.
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Transfer students - once you have been admitted, LTU will automatically review your transcripts for transfer credit and merit scholarships. Students may also be eligible for scholarships offered exclusively through LTU's College of Architecture + Design.
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