We have all the academic basics covered, plus programs to help you succeed and thrive.
Students declare a major, typically in their second or third semester at Michigan.
Your faculty advisor is there to help you plan your classes, and to give you career advice
Maximize your time and tuition by earning a master’s degree one year after your bachelors. With a little early planning, our Sequential Undergraduate/Graduate Studies (SUGS) program makes it easy.
See informations about courses, including prerequisites, course topics, objectives and outcomes.
Students are exposed to multiple disciplines in both engineering and the sciences including Aerospace, Electrical, Materials and Atmospheric Physics.
New courses and labs focus on industry practices and tools to teach systems engineering.
See award description and stipend amount for each award.
We know that excellence and diversity go hand-in-hand
We are committed to a department culture that supports and celebrates each of our members in their studies and their work.