The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, abet.org
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As an electrical engineer, you might work in areas ranging from tiny consumer electronic devices, medical equipment, and computers to automobiles and the massive power-generating apparatus used by utility companies – often using the controlled application of electricity to solve problems. And Lawrence Tech prepares you to succeed with a workforce-ready curriculum. The senior capstone project spans two semesters and includes the design, construction, and testing of an electrical engineering project. Recent projects have inspired students to design innovations such as an award-winning hybrid electric car, a thermal monitoring system for the Detroit Zoo’s Reptile House, a photosensitive robot, and a breath analyzer/vehicle disabler interface.
"In my time in the ECE program, I really enjoyed the hands on experience and knowledge the classes gave me.”