Bachelor of Science Technological Humanities

Use your left and your right brain in LTU’s Bachelor of Science in Technological Humanities, a unique degree that prepares you to navigate a workforce that’s more technology-focused and interconnected than ever before. 

In this program, you will acquire foundational critical thinking in the humanities, mathematics and natural sciences, coupled with proficiency in any technological field offered at Lawrence Tech – all intended to provide the balance of skills employers seek.

The curriculum is flexible – and engages your whole brain. Coursework in history, writing and communication is combined with computer science and math. You can explore the social implications of artificial intelligence (AI), big data, bioengineering or sustainable design in this interdisciplinary program, which culminates in an original capstone research project.

Why LTU?

  • Study with internationally recognized faculty with strong academic, industry and consulting experience
  • Develop critical thinking, creative problem-solving and decision-making skills
  • Investigate architecture, engineering, the sciences and the humanities
  • Enjoy the convenience of day and evening classes 

The Brookings Institution ranks LTU fifth among U.S. colleges and universities for adding value in preparing graduates for well-paying occupations. Lawrence Tech’s focus on theory and practice, and location at the center of the nation’s #1 region for technology, uniquely position you to gain the experience and advanced knowledge you need to succeed.



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Your 121-credit-hour program consists of:


In the 21st century, digital technologies are transforming the humanities by providing smarter ways of analyzing and interpreting cultural and historical data. This new academic field helps fulfill the urgent need for professionals with technical skills like data analysis, web development or graphic design.

Find work in these fields

Business Administration
Game Design
Graphic Design
National Security
Nonprofit Companies
Philanthropy Organizations
Public Policy