Why Lawrence Tech's Master of Science in Automotive Engineering?
As an automotive engineering student at Lawrence Tech, you will have the advantage of studying at a leading university for this type of program. Not only does Lawrence Tech have a unique and historic relationship with automotive and manufacturing industries, it is also committed to the future technology of transportation. Lawrence Tech was the first university in the nation to offer a course in hybrid electric
vehicles and routinely draws upon the knowledge of professionals who are working on tomorrow's cars today. These industry experts regularly give lectures on complex topics ranging from fuel cells to vehicle control strategies.
The MS in Automotive Engineering program affords you the opportunity to participate in applied research projects at Lawrence Tech's Automotive Engineering Institute. You may work with corporations and governmental organizations to research such subjects as vehicle dynamics; driveline technology; noise, vibration, and harshness; emerging energy technologies; terrain vehicle mobility; and hybrid vehicles. The University's unique 4 x 4 vehicle chassis dynamometer, a tool integral to your program, allows you to study vehicle performance, safety, sustainability, and fuel economy.
You will learn from highly qualified faculty with extensive automotive industry experience, as well as from your classmates. The MS in Automotive Engineering program draws practicing engineers from around the world who represent many leading automotive manufacturers and suppliers, exposing you to exceptional networking opportunities. Because the program emphasizes a team-based approach to learning, you will have the opportunity to exchange ideas and develop personal and professional relationships that can help you expand your understanding of the industry and advance your career goals.