Contact

Contact: Rachel Ristau

Business Intelligence Officer

Michigan Engineering

CoE Resource Planning & Mgmt

(734) 763-2681

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Rankings

Nearly all of U-M's 19 schools, colleges and divisions rank among the best in their fields, and Engineering is no exception. All of our graduate and undergraduate programs are highly ranked and have a strong reputation for excellence. The College of Engineering's undergraduate program is currently ranked 6th in the nation (among universities where the highest degree is a doctorate). 

Michigan Engineering Specialty Rankings by Department

Graduate
Spring 2016
Undergraduate
Fall 2016
Aerospace Engineering 4 3
Biomedical Engineering 9 10
Chemical Engineering 12 12
Civil Engineering 8 8
Computer Engineering 7 8
Electrical Engineering 6 6
Environmental Engineering 5 2
Industrial and Operations Engineering 2 2
Materials Science and Engineering 9 4
Mechanical Engineering 4 5
Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences 1 N/A
From the most recent U.S. News & World Report surveys.
Note: U.S. News does not rate Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering or Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

Financial information

Revenue - FY2016
Tuition & Fees $233.4 M 43%
Grants & Contracts $228.8 M 42%
University Funds $40.3 M 7%
Investment & Endowment Income $20 M 4%
Other $12.1 M 2%
Expendable Gifts $11.6 M 2%
Total Revenues $546.4 M
Uses - FY2016
Faculty & Staff Compensation $228.7 M 42.0%
Student Aid $98.7 M 18%
Other $89.1 M 16.0%
Equipment, Supplies & Services $54 M 10%
U-M Attributed Assessments $52.3 M 10%
Facilities Operations $23.4 M 4%
Total Uses $546.4 M

Gifts to Michigan Engineering

Private giving is essential to maintaining the Michigan Engineering standard of excellence.

Gifts to the College of Engineering - FY2016
Individuals $18,045,008
Bequests $5,060,001
Corporations $11,254,558
Foundations $4,735,456
Others $843,482
Total $39,938,505
Endowment
Market Value 06/30/2016 $485.3 M

Our faculty

Michigan Engineering's faculty is among the best in the country. Constantly in search of people who can bring new depth to the institution, the College seeks dynamic individuals who can be stars in both the laboratory and the classroom.

Faculty, Fall 2016

Tenured and Tenure Track Faculty
Full Professors 245
Associate Professors 90
Assistant Professors 75
Total Tenured and Tenure Track Faculty 410
Research Faculty
Research Professors 11
Research Associate Professors 5
Research Scientists 8
Associate Research Scientists 32
Assistant Research Scientists 50
Research Investigators 12
Total Research Faculty 118
Lecturers
Lecturers 77

Our students

Degrees Granted for Academic Year 2015-16BachelorsMastersDoctoral
Degrees Granted 1,751 1,078 246
% Women 26% 21% 20%
% URM 8% 11% 6%
Student Enrollment, Fall 2016BachelorsMastersDoctoral
Students Enrolled 6,556 1,884 1,631
% Women 27% 24% 24%
% URM 10 11% 15%
Entering Undergraduate Student Characteristics, Fall 2016
Total First Year Student Applications 14,666
% Offered Admission 24%
Median HS GPA for Admitted First Year Students 3.9
Median ACT for Admitted First Year Students 33
Median SAT for Admitted First Year Students 1440
Entering Graduate Student Characteristics, Fall 2016
Total Entering Student Applications 10,717
% Offered Admission 28%
Median GRE Quantitative for Entering Students* 167
Median Undergraduate GPA for Entering Students 3.7
Note: URM = Underrepresented Minorities, which includes Black, Hispanic and Native American. Percent based on ethnicity of domestic students only.
*The new GRE Quantitative scale is 130-170, which is quite different from the previous scale.