LTU’s program combines academic excellence with a wealth of practical experience. Co-op programs and industry-sponsored projects offer valuable contacts with leading companies and enable you to combine paid on-the-job experience with your studies. You can also participate in the Lear Entrepreneurial Program, which focuses on what it takes to create, promote, and market products and services. Another great opportunity is the Global Engineering program, which arranges for you to work and study abroad – an especially valuable experience that enables you to compete in a global economy.
- You will learn the fundamentals of circuits, systems, and software associated with the design of programmable systems used for general purpose computing, communications, control, or signal processing
- The University’s role as a leading research center with state-of-the-art facilities gives you access to applied research projects, cutting-edge concepts, and the latest technologies
- Dedicated, caring faculty will provide you with one-on-one attention and bring current industry experience as well as cutting-edge research to the classroom
- Lawrence Tech’s location in one of the region’s great technology centers provides abundant opportunities for co-op positions and internships, leading to fast-track employment after graduation
"The opportunity to access high-tech equipment on LTU’s Campus has helped me to gain the experience I need to create future innovation.”
Electrical and Computer Engineering (Minor in Mathematics)
“Small class sizes at LTU allowed me to get to know each of my professors well; these mentorships have lead to many opportunities for me to apply the theory I learned into practice."
The Bachelor of Science Computer Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, abet.org
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The small classes at Lawrence Tech allow you to actually get to know your professors. The depth and breadth of their experience was really surprising and beneficial.”
BSCE ’06, MSECE ’07
Engineer, Nissan Technical Center