Engineering Degree & Programs

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

Accredited by ABET

State-of-the-Art Industrial Robotics Laboratory

Senior Projects

Pharm-Assist Project — Team Controls and Vision Systems 2016-17

Degrees & Concentrations

Computer Engineering

LSSU’s Computer Engineering program has been designed to put you in the high-demand computer market with the potential for good career growth. The program blends practical computer science courses in computer organization, databases, operating systems, and networks with traditionally hands on electrical engineering courses in digital circuits, digital system, embedded microprocessor systems, computer programming, and digital signal processing. This combination gives you a broad-based education that ties software to hardware and theory to application.

Some of the program highlights are:

  • The program provides an excellent mix of theory and practical laboratory experiences, preparing you to solve real-world problems.
  • For your senior year experience, choose from opportunities in cooperative education, industry-based projects or research projects.
  • Engineering courses begin in your freshman year.
  • Opportunities exist for you to work with faculty on current undergraduate research projects.
  • You will study assembly language programming, computer architecture, embedded microprocessor systems hardware and software, databases, Rapid Application Development (RAD) tools,
    digital signals and systems, and networking.
  • Elective programming courses in robotics, “C” and industrial systems are available.

Concentrations:

Computer Engineering Plan of Study

Computer Engineering Highlight Sheet

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Electrical Engineering

The electrical engineering program, which is accredited by EAC of ABET, combines topics from science, math and engineering in order to study and develop solutions to electrical and computer problems. The program contains a strong laboratory emphasis with plenty of opportunities to work on real electrical systems.

Some of the program highlights are:

  • The teaching emphasis is on preparing you to solve real world problems.
  • You have three choices for fulfillment of your senior year experience. You may pursue opportunities in cooperative education, industry-based projects or research projects.
  • You will study circuit design, embedded microprocessor systems hardware and software, digital electronics, networks, and power electronics.
  • Engineering courses begin in your freshman year.
  • The program provides an excellent mix of theory and practical laboratory experiences.

Concentrations:

A minor in Electrical Engineering is available for non-engineering students.

Electrical Engineering Plan of Study

Electrical Engineering Highlight Sheet

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Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering is a broadbased program that prepares you for a rewarding career in mechanical and related engineering fields. Course work for this EAC of ABET accredited program includes 71 hours in technical specialties, 34 hours in math and sciences and 25 hours in general education for a total of 130 hours in the bachelor of science degree. You will work with mechanical systems in the laboratories and receive an excellent mix of theory and application.

Program Highlights:

  • Emphasis is on preparing you to solve real-world engineering problems.
  • You will participate in multidisciplinary, industrial or research based senior engineering design projects which emphasize teamwork, communications, project management, customer relations and ethics.
  • You will learn numerous software packages for CAD, CAM, finite element analysis, programmable logic controllers, robots and technical analysis.
  • Cooperative education opportunities are available.

Concentrations:

A minor in mechanical engineering is available for non-engineering students.

Mechanical Engineering Plan of Study

Mechanical Engineering Highlight Sheet

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The Women in Technology robot camp sessions are geared for young women entering grades 8-12 with an interest in computers and engineering. In many sessions and activities, participants will be split into groups according to age and talents.

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Women in Tech Robotics Camp II

July 2, 2017, 2:00pm - July 7, 2017, 4:00pm

The Women in Technology robot camp sessions are geared for young women entering grades 8-12 with an interest in computers and engineering. In many sessions and activities, participants will be split into groups according to age and talents.www.lssu.edu/eng/camps/

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The Women in Technology robot camp sessions are geared for young women entering grades 8-12 with an interest in computers and engineering. In many sessions and activities, participants will be split into groups according to age and talents.

www.lssu.edu/eng/camps/
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Women in Tech. Robotics Camp I

June 25, 2017, 2:00pm - June 30, 2017, 4:00pm

The Women in Technology robot camp sessions are geared for young women entering grades 8-12 with an interest in computers and engineering. In many sessions and activities, participants will be split into groups according to age and talents.www.lssu.edu/eng/camps/

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