Applied research. Close industry partnerships. LTU can transform your passion for technology and design into a unique ability to deliver inspired innovation.
With 80 years of experience in educating successful engineers, LTU strives to give you the tools and practical experience you’ll need to enter the engineering profession or pursue an advanced degree. LTU’s accredited programs will provide you a strong foundation in the fundamentals of engineering in an environment infused with an entrepreneurial mindset.
You’ll have the opportunity to conduct research in partnership with the federal and state governments, international corporations, and hospitals. Many of your professors work within industry, ensuring that your education is both current and relevant.
Why I Chose LTU
“Growing up, I always knew I wanted to be an engineer. My dad is a mechanical engineer at Ford, so I think he had a lot of influence on that. I knew I wanted to stay close to home and go to a small and/or private school, so when I learned about LTU’s strong civil engineering program I knew it was the place for me.”Kate WatsonCivil engineering, Class of 2016
“I had an internship at GM when I was a senior in high school and one of my mentors highly recommended I look into Lawrence Tech. After visiting campus, I close to come to LTU because they had a lot more to offer to me than any other university, and I was very impressed with the engineering building.”Darius Lewisengineering technology, Class of 2018
“One of the biggest reasons why I chose to come to LTU was the small campus. I knew that have smaller classes and a more intimate setting would help me grow as a student and person. Additionally, I knew the great reputation that LTU has within the engineering field.”Alex Brydenmechanical Engineering, Class of 2016
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