Your prospective graduate program is your definitive source for admissions criteria, but in general Michigan engineering graduate programs consider the following:
Cumulative undergraduate GPA is an important factor in master's and Ph.D. admission consideration. Programs are competitive; individual departments can provide more information about GPA minimums.
- Letters of Recommendation: Three letters from people who are familiar with your work, especially faculty members who know your potential and talent in the classroom and the lab.
- Statement of Purpose: 1-3 pages. Statement about your academic and research background, your career goals, and how Michigan’s graduate program will help you meet your career and educational objectives
- Personal Statement: 500 words or fewer. This is not the Academic Statement of Purpose, but a discussion of the personal journey that has led to your decision to seek a graduate degree.
- Graduate Record Exam (GRE): Required for all PhD programs and some master’s programs. The college has no minimum score requirement, but individual departments may set minimums.•
- Scores are valid for five years. We accept scores that expire during the application process providing the application is submitted before the expiration date.
- Institution code: 1839
- English Language Proficiency (TOEFL, MELAB or IELTS): Required for applicants who are non-native English speakers. See Rackham website for details.
When in doubt...
Check with your department: Department graduate coordinator