Electrical and computer engineers combine science, mathematics, and engineering with their problem-solving skills to create the phones, cars, tablets, and thousands of other products we use every day. At LTU, you’ll receive a strong background in developing, designing, and operating electrical hardware and software, control systems, and communication and power systems. Your industry-savvy professors will help you sharpen your skills in all aspects of computer and electrical engineering so that you can enter this vital field and create the next-generation products, services, and information systems that will continue to fuel our technology driven world.
In September Lawrence Technological University (LTU) President Virinder Moudgil visited Monroe County Community College to discuss opportunities for expanding the joint effort to encourage more students to study power engineering.
LTU S-STEM grant would support 5-10 students (up to $3500/year/student, $20,000/year in total) during the first 2 years at MCCC. After they transfer to LTU, the scholarship is up to $10,000/year for each student.
Assistant Professor Kun Hua of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) is leading an effort to reinstitute W8LTU, LTU’s amateur radio club for ham radio operators.