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"It seems like the more people I talk to, the more I realize just how good of an engineering program LSSU has. I appreciate your classes, your ability to make learning an enjoyable experience, and the hands-on attitude of LSSU as a whole. I am very glad I chose LSSU."

Jake Weinmann Controls Engineer, ADD Software/Fanuc Robotics

Inaugural Induction of
Lambda Epsilon Eta

Lambda Epsilon Eta inaugural induction Nov. 2013

Lake Superior State University has organized a new honor society. Lambda Epsilon Eta provides recognition for a high standard of scholarship among engineering students at LSSU. Lambda  Epsilon Eta crest

"We are pleased to have this new opportunity to recognize eleven remarkable individuals and those who will follow in their mold," said David Finley, dean of LSSU's College of Business and Engineering. "To have such a large number of inductees speaks volumes about the size and quality of this year's senior class in the School of Engineering and Technology."

The chapter plans to pursue affiliation with the Tau Beta Pi National Engineering Honor Society in 2015.

School of Engineering & Technology

Transparency in Reporting

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left corner of tab Enrollment and Graducation by Program right corner of tab
  • Computer Engineering
    • Enrollment as of Fall 2013: (20)
    • Graduates as of Summer 2014: (4)
  • Electrical Engineering
    • Enrollment as of Fall 2013: (29)
    • Graduates as of Summer 2014: (11)
  • Electrical Engineering Technology
    • Enrollment as of Fall 2013: (16)
    • Graduates as of Summer 2014: (1)
  • Engineering Management**
    • Enrollment as of Fall 2013: (1)
    • Graduates as of Summer 2014: (0)
      **no longer accepting applications for this program
  • Industrial Technology
    • Enrollment as of Fall 2013: (3)
    • Graduates as of Summer 2014: (2)
  • Manufacturing Engineering Technology
    • Enrollment as of Fall 2013: (24)
    • Graduates as of Summer 2014: (2)
  • Mechanical Engineering
    • Enrollment as of Fall 2013: (93)
    • Graduates as of Summer 2014: (12)

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Updated 7/15/14

Fundamentals of Engineering National Exam - Eligible Programs:

  • Computer Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

Pass Rates:

April 2014 Discipline Examinees Passed
  Undergraduate - Electrical & Computer Engineering 1 1
  Undergraduate - Mechanical Engineering: Other 1 1
April 2013 Discipline Examinees Passed
  Undergraduate - Electrical Engineering 3 3
  Undergraduate - Mechanical Engineering 2 1
  Graduate - Electrical Engineering 1 1
April 2012 Discipline Examinees Passed
  Undergraduate - Electrical Engineering 1 1
  Undergraduate - Mechanical 5 5
  Undergraduate - Other 2 2
  Other Graduate - Other 1 1
  Other Graduate - Mechanical Engineering 1 1
  ME Graduate - Mechanical Engineering 1 1
October 2011 Discipline Examinees Passed
  Undergraduate - Electrical Engineering 1 1
April 2011 Discipline Examinees Passed
  Undergraduate - Electrical Engineering 4 4
  Undergraduate - Mechanical Engineering 5 5
  Undergraduate - Other 2 2
  Graduate - Other 1 1
  Other Graduate - Mechanical Engineering 1 1
  ME Graduate - Mechanical Engineering 1 1
April 2010 Discipline Examinees Passed
  Undergraduate - Computer Engineering / Electrical Engineering 1 1
  Undergraduate - Electrical Engineering 1 1
  Undergraduate - Mechanical Engineering 2 2
  Undergraduate - Mechanical Engineering / Other 1 1

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Robotics...

Dereck Wonnacutt Robotics and Computer Science

"Lake Superior State is the only robotics program of its kind in the country. I can work up any research or senior project idea with a professor or my advisor. I studied for a year in Japan through LSSU's connection with the Japan Center for Michigan Universities, and became fluent in Japanese. A Japanese company called Fanuc makes most of the robots in our lab. I'd like to roll my senior research project into a career with Fanuc that bridges the two countries and cultures."

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