The best preparation for an engineering technology program is a good background in high school math and science:
A solid foundation in math, primarily algebra and trigonometry is essential. Any additional courses in the physical sciences (such as physics and chemistry) will help in understanding foundational concepts and the ability to solve technical problems.
Basic university entrance recommendations are four units of English, four units of math (including two units of algebra, one unit of geometry, and one unit of trigonometry), three units of natural science (chemistry, physics, or biology), one unit of social science, and one unit of computer science.
Success in college courses is related to a number of factors, including background preparation, study skills, effort, motivation, and perseverance. We want to see you succeed at LeTourneau University and will do all we can to help you do so.