biomedical engineering

Biomedical engineers are dedicated to improving the health and well-being of people through developing and perfecting medical technologies and devices, such as artificial knees, hips, and hearts; laser-surgery instruments; and scanners like MRI machines. At LTU, you will collaborate with your professors on cutting-edge research and get plenty of hands-on experience in the laboratory. You’ll also have the opportunity to co-op or intern in hospitals or industry alongside engineers, researchers, doctors, nurses, and health care professionals. LTU’s goal is to give you the best preparation to enter and succeed in this growing field.

IN THE NEWS

  • LTU ranked 18th nationwide for online master's degrees in engineering

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    The online graduate school guide Best Master’s Programs has ranked Lawrence Technological University 18th in the top 50 nationwide for online master’s degrees in engineering.

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    Dec 15


    LTU students finish 5th of 22 at World Robot Olympiad

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    LTU students Phil Bigos and John Marnon have found that studying robotics engineering is  a great  way to see the world.

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    Dec 8

  • 11 student research projects win presidential grants

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    Lawrence Technological University President Virinder Moudgil has given 11 Presidential Undergraduate Research Awards of up to $1,000 each for faculty-sponsored student research projects.

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    Dec 8


    LTU expands entrepreneurial education for engineers

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    The College of Engineering is taking its entrepreneurial education program for engineers to the next level with the opening of the Entrepreneurial Engineering Design Studio and the introduction of a new curricular experience that will eventually cover all four undergraduate years.

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    Dec 1

  • Better road funding pitched by governor at LTU

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    Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and the state’s transportation director, LTU alumnus Kirk Steudle, came to Lawrence Technological University on Dec. 1 to make the case for additional funding for road repairs.

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    Dec 1


    LTU professor to lead American robotics team to Sochi

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    Lawrence Tech students Phil Bigos and John Marnon will compete in the College Division when Professor CJ Chung leads the first American team to compete in the World Robot Olympiad, which will be held in Sochi, Russia, Nov. 21-23. Both LTU students are majoring in robotics engineering.

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    Nov 17