Lawrence Technological University (LTU), located in Southfield, Michigan, is a premier private university providing superior education through creative and innovative programs, cutting-edge technology, small class sizes, and a commitment to theory and practice. Lawrence Tech offers nearly 100 undergraduate, master’s, doctoral, and professional certificate programs in Colleges of Architecture and Design, Arts and Sciences, Business and Information Technology, and Engineering.
The Brookings Institution ranks LTU fifth in the country for providing the most value-added in preparing its graduates for well-paying occupations and LTU is consistently selected as a Best Value School and a top performer in providing social mobility by U.S. News and World Report. LTU provides a great return on undergraduate tuition investment – in other words, Lawrence Tech graduates earn more than graduates of many other schools. Payscale lists LTU alumni salaries in the top 11% nationwide.
Lawrence Tech was founded in 1932 with the support and encouragement of Henry Ford. The University motto, “theory and practice,” informs all academic programs. A Lawrence Tech education strives to explain not only why something works, but how it works in real situations and applications. This prepares students for their careers and 92% of students are employed or registered for graduate school at the time of commencement.
Lawrence Tech was Michigan's first wireless laptop computer campus and, through the LTuZone program, all undergraduates are provided high-end laptops that are customized with the software they need to succeed.
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