Engineering technologists work alongside heads of science and engineering research and develop products, prepare and conduct experiments, or make prototypes of newly designed equipment. Students concentrate on the problem-solving, hands-on application of science and technology. Your professors will give you a firm foundation in science and engineering and the opportunity to work on industry-sponsored projects with local firms. You’ll also develop your own projects in an environment of entrepreneurship and innovation.
Lawrence Technological University and Focus: HOPE will offer LTU’s new Associate of Science in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Technology degree at Focus: HOPE’s training facility on Oakman Blvd. in Detroit.