Why Robotics Engineering at Lawrence Tech?
Lawrence Tech’s 136-credit-hour program is the first undergraduate program of its kind in the state and the second in the nation. It is a truly unique and interdisciplinary degree, offering a progressive curriculum that blends mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, robotics, and computer science. In addition, you’ll be exposed to the University’s core curriculum in the sciences and humanities, ensuring a complete and well-rounded academic experience.
In keeping with Lawrence Tech’s motto of theory and practice, the program also integrates experimental components throughout your studies, providing you an avenue for hands-on implementation of the knowledge gained in the classroom. You’ll have access to a dedicated robotics lab that is fitted with a test area and state-of-the-art equipment, including build benches and robotics kits. You’ll also receive a high-end laptop computer, equipped with the latest industry-standard software, allowing you to work whenever – and wherever – the moment strikes.
Whether in or out of the classroom, you will be afforded a myriad of opportunities to gain practical, real-world experiences. In addition to your required projects, you will be encouraged to participate in fun and engaging competitions. These international competitions put Lawrence Tech teams on a global stage, up against some of the best robotics developers in the world.
Another unique benefit of a Lawrence Tech education is the University’s Leadership Program. Throughout all four years of your studies, you will learn the skills and leadership practices valued by employers. And as a BS in Robotics Engineering student, you’ll have the additional opportunity to mentor robotics teams from local middle and high schools. On-campus research and development jobs in robotics labs may also be available to highly qualified robotics engineering students, allowing you to gain even more professional experience and put you one step closer to a rewarding career in robotics engineering.
For more information, visit ltu.edu/engineering/mechanical or contact Lawrence Tech’s Office of Admissions at 800.CALL.LTU or firstname.lastname@example.org.