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Engineering, B.S.

Where Ethics meets Excellence

LeTourneau University's engineering program was the first ABET accredited program in Christian higher education. Our students can expect a quality engineering education that provides a solid foundation for creative individuals pursuing engineering careers.  See our program objectives and distinctives.

We also teach students Christian principles that strengthen both their commitments to following Christ and leading in the engineering profession.

 


Love to create?

  • Design and fabricate hands-on projects
  • Learn from committed faculty, many of whom have significant industrial experience and/or are professional engineers
  • Complete real designs and do real research

When you graduate, you will have a strong understanding of theory and a foundation of success on which to build your engineering career.

Engineering Department Catalog Description

 


Concentration Options

Students earning a degree in engineering choose one of the following concentrations, adding specialized experience to their B.S. in Engineering degree.

 


How do I prepare?

The program is designed to be completed in a four year period by students who have already completed the following list of courses. However, if you haven't taken all of these courses by the time you graduate high school, you may make up the necessary courses during your freshman year at LETU.

  • Four years of high school English
  • Two years of algebra
  • One year of geometry
  • One semester of trigonometry
  • One year of science (chemistry or physics)

Both physics and chemistry are desired. Students who transfer from another college or university should understand that there are sequences of courses in the curriculum, up to six semesters in length, which build on one another.

 


Accreditation

LeTourneau’s Engineering program offers the BSE degree with various concentrations, and is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.

 

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Related Majors

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