Engineering technologists work alongside heads of science and engineering research and develop products, prepare and conduct experiments, or make prototypes of newly designed equipment. In engineering technology, you’ll 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.
Since the fall term of 2009, the six-foot-by-six foot digital clock known has Big Blue has kept time without a hitch while looming silently over the atrium of LTU’s Buell Management Building.