The Architecture Technologies Program at Lansing Community College is dedicated to providing all students interested in the study of architecture with the academic means to achieve their individual goals. To achieve this mission, the program will structure all curricula, courses, events and activities as part of an instructive learning environment, designed and implemented by field trained professionals, using the latest techniques and Technologies available. The Architecture Technologies Program will continually seek direction and guidance from a board of advisors who represent a diverse cross section of practicing professionals throughout the field of architecture.
The Study of Architecture at LCC
The Architecture Technologies Program at Lansing Community College offers students a comprehensive, two-year Associate Degree in Architecture Technology which prepares a student for continuation onto a four-year college. Our Architecture Technologist two-year Associate Degree is intended to prepare a student for entry into the workforce. All (ARCH) courses are designed and taught by practicing professionals using the latest Technologies and teaching techniques.
In addition to the regular semester length courses offered each Fall, Spring, and Summer, the program offers a wide variety of additional activities and events such as lectures and field trips for the benefit of the students to make their educational experience at Lansing Community College as complete as possible. In addition to more than 30 ARCH courses that students may choose from to structure their degrees, Lansing Community College also offers hundreds of additional courses in related fields such as Interior Design, Kitchen and Bath Design, Landscape Architecture, Art and Humanities, Building Technologies, and Civil Construction.
Toward Your Professional Degree
Transfer programs to accredited four-year schools of architecture in the state of Michigan and throughout the United States are available to students who wish to apply their two-year degree towards a 4-, 5-, or 6-year degree in architecture or a related field. Transfer programs are worked out on an individual basis with an Architecture Technologies advisor.
Dual enrollment programs are available to any student within the LCC district who is in good academic standing and would like to study Architecture Technologies at LCC while still in high school.