LSSU offers a "private university" atmosphere at a public university price. Because of that, at LSSU, you're not a number; you will know your professors and they will know you. Many of our classes have a student to faculty ratio of 14 to 1!
LSSU is 1 of only 2 universities in the U.S. with a robotics specialization at the undergraduate level. We understand the importance of hands-on learning ; 3 out of 4 of our engineering courses offer lab activities. These labs prepare you for 1 of 3 senior project experiences: co-op, industrial, or applied research.
Our graduates are well educated and prepared to enter the job market; graduates will find a 100% placement rate and high, competitive starting salaries, typically over $49,700, waiting for them.
- Robotics Option
(A rare opportunity to combine robotics with your engineering degree)
The robotics option will provide you with a strong background in robotics applications, robotics system design and integration, machine vision, sensors,
communications, manufacturing simulation and automation. LSSU is ONLY 1 of 3 universities in the U.S. with robotics specialization at the undergraduate level. Nearly 100-percent of our graduates find employment as engineers (companies include FANUC Robotics,GM, Applied Manufacturing Technologies, GE, JR Automation and Kawasaki Robotics). LSSU offers a $1 million robotics lab that includes 14 industrial robots, machine vision systems and intelligent sensors.
Students begin working extensively with the robots at the junior level. However, there are earlier opportunities for those students who have a personal desire to learn and work in our $1 Million robotics lab that includes 14 industrial robots, machine vision systems and intelligent sensors. Our average engineering class size is 14 students.
Companies that are involved in robotics and automation specifically seek out LSSU graduates.
- Industrial Technology
Your academic experience will include a foundation in the basic sciences, mathematical concepts through algebra and trigonometry, general education, software, technology and automation. You will learn to apply your skills toward the solution of practical, industrial-type technical problems. During your senior year, you will participate in the construction-and-build semester of a real-world industrial project, working with engineers and company representatives. You will also have developed communication skills that will enable you to grow and succeed in your professional career. Not a first-time-in-college student? There are multiple technical and free electives to allow transfer students to fit into the flow of the program. As a graduate, you will have the ability to seek employment in the technical areas of business, industry, and manufacturing.
Electrical engineering students take a sequence of
calculus classes and higher mathematics in addition
to chemistry and physics. Labs provide the practical
application of the theories learned in lecture.
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Average Salary of Graduates (NACE)
"JR Automation has hired three graduates from Lake Superior State University just this year and now employs 14 LSSU graduates. Applied Manufacturing Technologies in Orion, Michigan is another RIA member with 16 LSSU graduates working in robotics." -- CBS Report Finds Job Opportunities at Dow Linked to Robotics
"We are currently looking to hire two engineering grads..."
--Gary Gagne '03
The School of Engineering & Technology Electrical Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, 111 Market Place, Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD 21202-4012, telephone: (410) 347-7700.
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