print Logo

Contact

Contact: Tiffany Porties

Assistant Director

Michigan Engineering

Graduate Programs

(734) 647-0599

1240 LEC

Request info

Help us keep you informed. Fill out our Prospective Graduate Student inquiry form.

Programs by Department

Find your fit at Michigan. More world-class faculty in more disciplines than you’ll find anywhere else. 

Investigate Programs

Degree Options

Whether you’re looking for a doctorate, a master's degree, or a professional certificate we have the programs, facilities and world-class faculty to empower your biggest ideas.

Choose Your Degree

College Research

Major grants, groundbreaking solutions. You can be a part of something big here.

Explore Research

Visit

Midwest meets metropolitan in Ann Arbor. Join us for Graduate Symposium or a campus visit.

Request Info

Fill out our Graduate Student Inquiry form and help us stay in touch.

Student Support

Contact the Michigan Engineering Office of Graduate Education.


Recent News

Students embark on 100-year space mission

They’re calling it the first space time capsule. Under the mantle of the University of Michigan’s Bicentennial, a team of students will interview 1,000 members of the U-M community and launch their stories into orbit for 100 years.

read more »

The Startup Episode 2 | Winter 2017

The Startup is CFE’s cornerstone competition for undergraduate and graduate students looking to turn a startup idea into a real company. It’s a winner-take-all opportunity for ventures to get visibility, direct one-on-one mentorship with local entrepreneurs and venture capitalists, funding, and bragging rights to be called the next, best startup at Michigan.

read more »

Former Aerospace faculty Dr. Daniel Scheeres elected to National Academy of Engineering

Michigan alum and former U-M Aerospace faculty member Professor Daniel J. Scheeres has been elected to the 2017 class of the National Academy of Engineering for his “pioneering work on the motion of bodies in strongly perturbed environments, such as near asteroids and comets.”

read more »