LTU has many ways to make your transfer process as successful as possible! Below are helpful resources to help plan your transfer to LTU or search specific transferable courses from community colleges in Michigan.

Lawrence Technological University is a signatory partner in the Michigan Transfer Agreement. In order to fulfill and satisfy the Michigan Transfer Agreement, transfer students must complete all coursework with a 2.0 GPA (or grade of a "C" or higher). Students who wish to pursue the MTA must complete the following categories of coursework:

1 course in English Composition (students are strongly recommended to take the college equivalent to College Composition).
1 course in Communication (a technical or business writing/communication course is strongly recommended to satisfy this section).
1 course in Mathematics 
2 courses in Social Science (from different disciplines).
2 courses in Humanities and Fine Arts (from different disciplines, and excluding studio and performance courses).
2 courses in Natural Science (from different disciplines, with one course must having a lab).

Please Note: Lawrence Technological University has many programs that require higher-level general education courses in math & science. For students completing the MTA, students are required to complete the higher-level requirements if they plan on entering programs that require these types of courses.
Lawrence Tech is excited to participate in MiTransfer Pathways.  MiTransfer Pathways identify courses that a student should take as a part of an associate degree that will transfer to the university of their choice toward a bachelor's degree. Faculty from across the state have identified courses students may complete at a community college during their first and second year which will transfer smoothly to the corresponding bachelor degree program at all participating universities.  Completion of the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) along with the identified pathway courses is recommended.

If Lawrence Tech is in your future transfer plans, please refer to the documents below that will outline the courses for each pathway. We encourage you to use the transfer guides in our Transfer Evaluation System (TES) as an supplemental tool. 

Mechanical Engineering

The Michigan Transfer Network allows students and advisors to view transfer course equivalencies between many Michigan colleges and universities.  You can search for courses by sending institution (the institution where you completed the course) or by the receiving institution (the institution where you plan to transfer the course).  This information is provided as a resource to identify potential transfer credit and is not an official credit evaluation or a guarantee of transfer credit.

Michigan Transfer Network

For questions or more information please contact the Office of Admissions at 248.204.3160. You may also email

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