Engineering Technology Degrees & Programs

Classes and Labs Taught by Professors (Not by Teaching Assistants)

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Hands-on Learning Technology Programs

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>75% of Classes have a Lab

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Senior Projects

Superior Racing SAE Baja Kart — Teams SRC & SRD 2016-17

Kuka Robotics Project — Teams ACE & CAS 2016-17

Degrees & Concentrations

Electrical Engineering Technology

You can earn an associate degree with 50 credits in electrical engineering technology, math and science and nine general education credits. Another 35 engineering technology credits and a senior year sequence to complete your general education requirements will complete a bachelor’s degree. You can also minor in Robotics Technology!

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Manufacturing Engineering Technology

Manufacturing engineering technology (MfgET) is a multi-disciplinary field that integrates knowledge from areas of study such as science, math, computers, mechanical engineering, electronics engineering, management and economics. MfgET is a profession that gives you the expertise to develop tools, processes, machines and equipment to make quality products at a reasonable cost. The profession also involves working with and coordination of people from several other fields. In addition to providing a strong background in the fundamentals of manufacturing engineering technology, the program places an emphasis in the application of computer systems to modern manufacturing. This includes topics such as robotics, computer-aided design (CAD), programmable logic controllers (PLC), and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM). The classes and labs in the curriculum average about 15 students and are taught by faculty who are dedicated to undergraduate teaching excellence. Students pursuing the B.S. degree in manufacturing at LSSU have the option to minor in robotics technology. LSSU is one of only a few universities in the U.S. to offer the robotics specialization in the ETAC of ABET-accredited manufacturing engineering technology B.S. degree. LSSU is home to one of the best robotics educational facilities in North America, and recently listed among in the 20 Colleges with Really Cool Robots on Campus by the blog at Our MfgET graduates have had 100 percent job placement with competitive starting salaries. A scientific “high technology” basis in the field of manufacturing engineering technology is evolving. The MfgET program is designed to place LSSU graduates at the leading edge of this evolution.

A minor in Robotics Technology is a perfect compliment to this degree.

Manufacturing Engineering Technology Plan of Study

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That's our Jon Mardyla! Way to go, you make us proud!Alumni Spotlight: Jon Mardyla, a 2016 Lake State graduate and employee for Applied Manufacturing Technologies (AMT), has recently been recognized by General Motors for Outstanding Service to the company. Jon began working for AMT during his tenure as a Lake State student and continued his employment with them after graduation. General Motors sought assistance for the problem they had with attaching fuel clips to diesel engines; the clips are applied manually and could falsely appear attached. Jon and his team were given 45 days to correct this issue. The team created robotic software that could test to see if the clips were properly mounted on the injector. Jon did all the software for the robots within the tight deadline, and the project is currently and successfully inspecting engines. ... See MoreSee Less

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Mechanical engineering senior students of EGME431-Heat Transfer visited the Cogeneration and Combined Cycle Power Plant at Algoma in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. The three-hour tour highlighted all facets of thermal-fluids engineering. A great learning experience for mechanical engineering students. Special thanks to Ian Ross at Algoma for giving the detailed informative tour of the facility.
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