College of Engineering Bulletin
Students follow the rules of the College of Engineering Bulletin in effect for the academic term in which they begin their studies in the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor campus. Students who are readmitted into the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor campus follow the Bulletin in effect for the academic term in which they resume their studies.
The College of Engineering Bulletin reflects yearly curricular changes in the various degree programs. A student in a degree program that has degree requirement changes in a Bulletin produced during their academic career at the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, may follow a subsequent Bulletin. This determination should be made in conjunction with the Program Advisor.
For students excited about the potential of technology, there's no better place to learn and explore than the University of Michigan College of Engineering. Michigan Engineering offers a rare combination of high-quality engineering scholarship, a broad scope of college and university opportunities, and large-scale impact.
Michigan Engineers--at the graduate and undergraduate levels--learn how to apply the latest developments in technological thinking to the world's major problems. Students learn about and participate in pioneering research in a variety of disciplines, including nanotechnology and integrated microsystems, cellular and molecular biotechnology, and information technology. With 11 departments, interdisciplinary and international programs, more than a dozen student team projects and nearly 80 liberal arts minors to choose from, the College offers future engineers an unparalleled range of opportunities. As a result, students leave Michigan prepared for leadership roles in traditional engineering functions as well as in business, medicine, law and teaching.
The College's faculty is composed of scholars who are among the best in their fields, including 60 National Science Foundation Career Award recipients and 21 current or emeritus faculty members of the National Academy of Engineering. Faculty research possibilities are expanded by the University's 19 schools and colleges. Interdisciplinary research is a hallmark of Michigan Engineering, particularly between the College and the schools of Medicine, Business and Information. (Michigan is one of only three universities in the nation with top-ranked engineering, medical and business schools.) This research and other research within the College make a practical difference in society. The College's Technology Transfer Office works closely with faculty to put research into the hands of people.
College of Engineering Contacts
Office of Student Affairs
143 Chrysler Center
Ann Arbor, Michigan, 48109-2092
Office of Recruitment and Admissions
153 Chrysler Center
2121 Bonisteel Blvd.
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-2102
(734) 647-7126 (fax)