Mechanical engineers design, develop, research, and test all types of machines and mechanical systems. They apply their expertise in the buildings where we live and work, in the factories that produce machines and consumer products, and in creating the products themselves. At LTU, you will study a diverse range of topics from acoustics and energy transmission to stress analysis, thermo fluids, and hydraulics. You’ll get plenty of hands-on experience working with your professors on industry-sponsored projects in state-of-the-art laboratories. Being one of the most versatile engineering degrees, mechanical engineering can prepare you to enter a wide spectrum of industries, such as automotive, aeronautics, aerospace, healthcare, and defense.
Lawrence Technological University Associate Professor Ahad Ali is a firm believer in the importance of networking and keeping up with best practices in industrial engineering and related fields.
More than 60 students heard firsthand accounts of what it is like to work in the automotive industry when MICHauto and the Detroit Regional Chamber hosted a program on Feb. 3 on LTU’s campus entitled “Discover Auto: Engineering Career Series.”
The Henry Ford Trade School Alumni Association has donated $750,000 to create an endowed scholarship fund for undergraduate mechanical engineering students at Lawrence Technological University.
The Lawrence Tech Auto show exhibit is in Michigan Hall on Cobo Hall's lower level. Transportation and industrial design projects and SAE racing vehicles will be on display at Lawrence Technological University's exhibit at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) that runs from Saturday, Jan. 17, th...
The online graduate school guide Best Master’s Programs has ranked Lawrence Technological University 18th in the top 50 nationwide for online master’s degrees in engineering.
When Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor Liping Liu heard that DENSO was looking for student projects to fund at local universities, she remembered some research she conducted when she was working on her PhD.