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Lawrence Technological University

Southfield, MI

Lawrence Technological University, founded in 1932, is a private university. Its 107-acre campus is located in Southfield, MI, 20 miles from the center of Detroit.

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Science & Engineering Profile

Possible is Everything.



Architecture Direct Entry (combined bachelor’s-to-master’s program)
Game Art
Graphic Design
Industrial Design
Interior Architecture
Transportation Design

Chemical Biology
- Chemistry
- Engineering Chemistry
Chemical Technology**
Computer Science
- Business Software Development
- Game Software Development
- Scientific Software Development
- Software Engineering

Computer Science Direct Entry (combined bachelor’s-to-master’s program)
English and Communication Arts
Environmental Chemistry
General Studies**
Mathematical Sciences
- Applied Science
- Pre-medical

Mathematics and Computer Science
Media Communication
- Architectural Studies
- Film, Television, and Video Production

Molecular and Cell Biology
Physics and Computer Science
- Clinical
- General and Applied
- Industrial/Organizational
- Pre-medical/Biobehavioral
Radio and Television Broadcasting**

• Business Administration
- Accounting
- Finance
- General Business
- Information Technology
- Marketing

• Architectural Engineering (combined bachelor’s-to-master’s program)
• Audio Engineering Technology
• Biomedical Engineering
• Civil Engineering
• Computer Engineering
• Construction Engineering
• Technology and Management
• Electrical Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Electronics Engineering
- Power Engineering

• Embedded Software Engineering
• Engineering Technology
• Industrial Engineering
• Mechanical and Manufacturing
• Mechanical Engineering
- Aeronautical
- Alternative Energy
- Automotive
- Manufacturing
- Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
- Solid Mechanics
- Thermal Fluids

• Robotics Engineering

** Associate degree

Concentrations are in italics.

Many programs are available in the evenings or online. For a full list of master’s and doctoral programs, visit

>> Lawrence Tech offers a dynamic campus life, NAIA sports, and leading-edge programs in architecture, design, engineering, science, business, and applied technology.

>> Over 3,000 jobs are posted annually for LTU students and graduates.

>> Co-ops and internships abound at LTU, giving Blue
Devils the skills that make them indispensable to their industries and earning them some of the “highest alumni salaries in the US,” according to PayScale.

>> The average starting salary for LTU grads is $54,700, while the mid-career salary is $102,300, according to PayScale.

>> LTU is a national leader in STEM education. Students benefit from a theory and
practice approach and an 11:1 student-faculty ratio. 

>> Over 4,500 students are enrolled in LTU, representing 37 states and 47 countries.

>> LTU’s high-tech, wireless 107-acre campus is commuter friendly, with recreation, housing, and meal service options.

>> Students are provided their own high-end laptop loaded with industry-standard software—retailing at over $75,000 on average—a benefit they’ll only receive at LTU.

>> Over 300 companies visited LTU’s campus to recruit students in 2017–2018.

“One of the biggest reasons why I chose to come to LTU was the small campus. I knew that smaller classes and a more intimate setting would help me grow as a student and person. Additionally, I knew the great reputation that LTU has within the engineering field.”
— Alex Bryden ’16, BS Mechanical Engineering

Lawrence Tech science and engineering programs: designing a better tomorrow
As you might expect for a university that has “technological” as its middle name, Lawrence Technological University has nationally recognized engineering and science programs. But the private 4,500-student university isn’t resting on 86 years of laurels. Instead, it’s expanding into the frontiers of science, with growing programs in Biomedical Engineering, Robotics, and more.

Nursing and technology
If you’re interested in one of the fastest-growing professions, LTU’s Nursing program in the College of Arts and Sciences combines clinical experience with the unique advantages of a STEM-based university. If working with computer technology is your thing, the College of Arts and Sciences also offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Computer Science, with concentrations in Business Software Development, Game Software Development, Scientific Software Development, and Software Engineering.

If another technology route intrigues you, the College of Engineering offers a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering that combines the best of electrical engineering and computer science. You can also enter the exciting field of robotics with a Bachelor of Science in Robotics Engineering, which blends mechanical and electrical engineering, robotics, and computer science. The program also provides labs with test areas, build benches, robotics kits, and large industrial robots exactly like those used today in advanced manufacturing.

Then there’s Lawrence Tech’s longtime engineering degree, the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. In a field where it’s possible to design and build machines and devices, you can combine creativity and ingenuity to solve some of society’s toughest problems and bring ideas to life.

Architecture and construction
Be part of building a better future with a combined bachelor’s and master’s degree in Architectural Engineering, which combines architectural knowledge with specialized engineering skills for structures that are durable, economical, and healthy. Or prepare for work as a construction manager—planning, directing, and coordinating building projects—with a Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering Technology and Management.

Perhaps you’d rather work on the vehicles of tomorrow. LTU offers a Bachelor of Science in Transportation Design through its College of Architecture and Design. Pursue your creative design talents while gaining a comprehensive understanding of automotive technology. Your design may be prominently displayed at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, one of the world’s top auto shows.

LTU’s Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering allows you to develop and improve assistive technologies and disease treatments, from imaging equipment to artificial joints. Using new laboratory equipment, you can build microscopic machines to diagnose and treat diseases. You may also work closely with nonprofits and the Department of Veterans Affairs to build devices that directly improve the lives of people with disabilities.

Student life opportunities
You can join one of LTU’s 60+ student clubs and organizations, play a sport on one of LTU’s men’s or women’s athletic teams, or cheer them on as a member of the marching band or dance team. Since LTU—located in Southfield, Michigan—is near the largest concentration of engineering, architecture, and technology jobs in the world, you’ll have lots of opportunities for co-ops and internships. Take advantage of the 100+ career service events each year and the 300+ companies that recruit on campus.