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Sr. Administrative Assistant

Michigan Engineering

Office of the Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education

(734) 647-7030

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Applied Physics

The Applied Physics Program is an interdisciplinary doctoral program that focuses on practical, real-life uses of physics in engineering and technology. Combining coursework from the Physical Science Division of the College of Literature, Science & the Arts and the College of Engineering, the program is designed to suit students' individual research interests and goals. By connecting the realms of science and engineering, students take on projects involving a diverse array of topics, such as optics, biophysics or nanoscience.

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Concentrations in Environmental Sustainability Program

The Concentrations in Environmental Sustainability Program allows students to obtain a Master’s in Engineering in an approved field of their choice while tackling issues of environmental sustainability. Coursework provides a comprehensive understanding of environmental regulations, policies, and practices that can apply to the innovations of engineering. Students can then incorporate these sustainable engineering practices into their professional careers.

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Macromolecular Science and Engineering

Macromolecular Science and Engineering at U-M provides an interdisciplinary approach to the study of synthetic and natural macromolecules in science and technology. With faculty and a curriculum that branches into the fields of engineering, dentistry, medicine and liberal arts and sciences, students can tailor their coursework to the discipline of their choice.

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Master of Entrepreneurship

The Master of Entrepreneurship degree allows graduate students to discover how science and innovation creates value in the marketplace. With practicum components that lead to the creation of customer-ready prototypes, the degree provides hands-on experience to budding entrepreneurs.

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Tauber Institute for Global Operations

The Joel D. Tauber Institute for Global Operations is a joint venture between industry, the U-M College of Engineering and the Ross School of Business. The Tauber Institute helps prepare students for leadership positions in the areas of operations, supply chain and/or manufacturing. The program includes a 14-week summer team project at a leading international company.

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Integrative Systems + Design

ISD offers four interdisciplinary master’s degree programs that can be completed entirely online, in addition to classes in on- and off-campus locations.

ISD integrates systems and design thinking, offering short, professional education programs in addition to comprehensive, interdisciplinary engineering degrees.

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