“This program has provided me with the cutting-edge knowledge and experience I needed to start a promising career at a research corporation. Hands-on projects brought real-world practices to the classrooms.” Raid George, senior
Do you like to build things, take them apart, and put them back together again? If you like a hands-on approach, then mechanical and manufacturing engineering technology is right for you. Engineering technologists apply the principles of science, mathematics, and engineering to solve problems in a practical way.

They install and operate technical systems, devise hardware from concepts, develop and produce products, service machines and systems, manage construction and production processes, and provide sales support for technical products and systems. As indispensable members of engineering and scientific teams, technologists take ideas, designs, and concepts and turn them into reality.

LTU’s Bachelor of Science in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Technology provides you a “world-class skill set” – one that prepares you to meet the demanding standards of the global economy. The degree offers you preparation in three core competencies:

Mechanics, applied thermal fluids, DC/AC circuits, embedded processors, transducers, materials, manufacturing processes

Six Sigma, lean manufacturing, quality control

Supervision, project management, human resources, operations, leadership

No other engineering technology program offers a quality component, which gives you a valuable competitive edge. The comprehensive nature of the BS in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Technology also prepares you for a wide variety of
jobs and industries.

Another benefit is LTU’s signature theory and practice approach to education, which combines in-depth academic preparation with a wealth of practical knowledge to sharpen your problem solving skills.

It helps that Lawrence Tech is at the center of the nation’s #1 region for engineering and technology and one of the world’s most technologically advanced
manufacturing hotspots. Your professors have extensive professional experience and many currently work in the field. Co-op programs and industry-sponsored projects also provide contacts with leading companies and combine paid on-the-job experience with classroom studies.

A capstone senior project further enhances your marketability by giving you a unique opportunity to develop an innovative consumer product. In addition to creating a prototype, you’ll perform market research, do patent searches, and create a commercialization plan.

Your program also is designed to accommodate your busy schedule. All core courses have sections offered in the evening, giving you the greatest flexibility.


Curriculum Flowchart PDF image

Your 127-credit-hour (including associate degree) program consists of:

Courses from an Associate degree or Ontario are evaluated for transferring into the program during the admissions process. 

Freshman Year


Course Number Subject Cr. Hrs.
COM 1001 University Seminar 1
COM 1103 English Composition 3
MCS 1113 Technical Math 1 3
MCS 1142 Intro. to C 2
PHY 1063 Technical Physics 1 3
PHY 1100 Technical Physics 1 Lab 0
  Technical Elective 3
    TOTAL 15


Course Number Subject Cr. Hrs.
COM 2103 Technical & Prof. Communication 3
LLT 1213 World Masterpieces 1 3
MCS 1123 Technical Math 2 3
PHY 1083 Technical Physics 2 3
PHY 1101 Technical Physics 2 Lab 1
  Technical Elective 3


  TOTAL 16
Sophomore Year


Course Number Subject Cr. Hrs.
LLT 1223 World Masterpieces 2 3
SSC 2413 Foundations of Amer. Exp. 3
MCS 2313 Technical Calculus 3
CHM 3144 Fundamentals of Chemistry 4
COM 3000 Writing Proficiency Exam 0
  Technical Elective 3
    TOTAL 16


Course Number Subject Cr. Hrs.
SSC 2423 Development of Amer. Exp. 3
SSC 2303 Principles of Economics 3
TME 3333 Six Sigma 1 3
LDR 2001 Leadership Models & Practices 1
  Technical Electives (2) 6


  TOTAL 16
Junior Year


Course Number Subject Cr. Hrs.
TME 3204 Appl. Thermo-Fluids 4
TEE 3103 DC/AC Circuits 3
MGT 2203 Principles of Management 3
LDR 3000 Leadership Seminar Series 0
LLT/SSC/PSY XXX3 Junior/Senior Hum Elec 3
  Open Elective 3
    TOTAL 16


Course Number Subject Cr. Hrs.
MCS 3324 Applied Calculus & Differential Eq. 4
TIE 3203 Technical Project Management 3
TIE 3063 Manufacturing Engr. Processes 3
TME 3113 Engr. Mechanics 3
TME 4343 Six Sigma 2 3


  TOTAL 16
Senior Year


Course Number Subject Cr. Hrs.
HRM 3023 Human Resource Management 3
OPM 3113 Operations Mgmt. 3
TIE 3163 Engr. Economic Analysis 3
TME 4113 Computer Design Graphics 3
TME 4413 Lean Manufacturing 3
LDR 4000 Leadership Capstone 0
    TOTAL 15


Course Number Subject Cr. Hrs.
TIE 4115 Senior Project 5
TEE 4214 Embedded Processors 4
TEE 4224 Transducers & Instr. 4
TME 4103 Engr. Materials 3


  TOTAL 16

Graduates with a degree in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Technology have many career options:

  • Architectural services
  • Engineering (aerospace, civil, electrical, environmental, mechanical)
  • Government
  • Manufacturing
  • Product testing and development
  • Quality control
  • Telecommunications 

For more information visit the Career Services page.



Program Educational Objectives

To meet the educational objectives of the department, our curriculum is designed so the student outcomes will be as follows:

  1. Identify problems, formulate and analyze engineering alternatives, and solve problems individually as well as in a team environment;
  2. Assume management, entrepreneurial, and leadership roles in the technology industry;
  3. Communicate effectively in a professional engineering environment; and
  4. Pursue professional careers and engage in life-long learning. 

Student Outcomes

The educational outcomes of the Department of Engineering Technology at Lawrence Technological University are to produce graduates with:

  1. an ability to select and apply the knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern tools of the discipline to broadly-defined engineering technology activities;
  2. an ability to select and apply a knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to engineering technology problems that require the application of principles and applied procedures and methodologies;
  3. an ability to conduct standard tests and measurements; to conduct, analyze, and interpret experiments; and apply experimental results to improve processes;
  4. an ability to design systems, components, or processes for broadly-defined engineering technology problems appropriate to each project’s objectives;
  5. an ability to function effectively as a member or leader on a technical team;
  6. an ability to identify, analyze and solve broadly-defined engineering technology problems;
  7. an ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in both technical and non-technical environments; and an ability to identify and us appropriate technical literature;
  8. an understanding of the need for, and an ability to engage, in self-directed continuing professional development;
  9. an understanding of and a commitment to address professional and ethical responsibilities including a respect for diversity;
  10. a knowledge of the impact of engineering technology solutions in a societal and global context; and 
  11. a commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement. 

For more information, contact Lawrence Tech’s Office of Admissions at 800.CALL.LTU or