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Department of Engineering Technology

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.


Professors Abro and Cook named among top 20 to know in Engineering Technology. 

According to "The 20 professors of engineering technology below exemplify today’s leaders in the technological revolution and illustrate the quality of educators across varied academic institutions.”

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LTU adds Six Sigma quality training to engineering curriculum 

Lawrence Technological University is turning out engineering graduates who already possess a much-sought-after quality training certification that employers now spend millions of dollars for their employees to achieve.

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LTU President Virinder Moudgil, Monique Lake, and LTU Provost Maria Vaz.

Teacher, engineer wins second Petty Community Champion Award from LTU 

A veteran high school teacher and leader in the engineering community was honored with the second annual John G. Petty Community Champion Award Monday at Lawrence Technological University. Monique Lake has taught biology, chemistry, physics, forensic science, and other science subjects over a 13-year teaching career, and is currently a chemistry and physics teacher at Harper Woods High School.

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Lawrence Tech sets National Engineers Week activities 

Lawrence Technological University will begin its celebration of National Engineers Week on Monday, Feb. 17 with a 12:30 p.m. lecture on space technology by Todd Barber, senior propulsion engineer at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif.

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