Engineering Technology graduates work alongside Scientists and Engineers in research and development of products, prepare and conduct experiments, or make prototypes of newly designed equipment. Curriculum concentration on problem-solving, hands-on application of science and technology enabled all of our graduates to hold engineering titles based on a survey. Our graduates are an important complement to traditional Engineering Programs Graduates.
Our experienced professors will provide you with a firm foundation in science and engineering methods, concepts and theoretical applications. In our department you will have the opportunity to work on industry-sponsored projects with local firms as part of your senior project experience. You’ll also develop your own projects in an environment of entrepreneurship and innovation.
The University has a selective admissions process, the objective of which is to identify men and women who have the highest potential for advancement in their chosen field of study.
Bachelor of Science in
Audio engineers are competent in audio engineering technology and related disciplines and demonstrate expertise in one or more of the following: analog audio systems, digital audio systems, audio mixing and production, sound cancelation and noise reduction techniques, and other audio applications.
Master of Science in
The Master of Science in Engineering Quality program is designed to provide advanced skills in Engineering Quality and prepare graduates to be leaders in the field of engineering quality practice and management.
Meet the Faculty
Ken Cook is a registered professional engineer, a certified clinical engineer, and holds some 25 patents of his own. He holds degrees from or attended DeVry Technical Institute, Lawrence Technological University, Wayne State University, and Oakland University.
Earlier in his career, he started the clinical engineering group in the medical physics and engineering department at William Beaumont Hospital – Royal Oak. Cook was advanced technology center manager for GTE/Valenite, and most recently executive vice president and chief engineer for Vultron/Trans Industries.
Co-ops + Internships
Get inspired by LTU students who found internship and co-op opportunities – then dare to explore your own through LTU Career Services, or on-campus job and career fairs.
Nick had three different internships while getting his degree in Construction Engineering, Technology and Management.
News for Engineering Technology
LTU's Construction Safety Research Center investigating causes of non-compliance with PPE among construction workers