The College of Engineering – University of Michigan

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Equity-centered values.

People-first Engineering


We have the programs to empower your biggest ideas.

Departments & Programs

World-class expertise, integrated across more than a dozen disciplines.

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Engineers for a Better World

We’re shaping the engineers who will build a future that elevates all people.

No matter where you are along your career path, we can help you take the next big step.

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Largest U.S. investment in particle self-assembly seeks to deliver on nanotechnology’s promise

With applications in transportation, energy, health care and more, the center includes African universities and creates opportunities for overlooked talent in the U.S.

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Only at the University of Michigan

We share a campus with leaders in business, medicine and liberal arts, whose expertise elevates our engineering research.

Engineering student Chloe Acosta plugs in an EV on the University of Michigan’s North Campus. Acosta is also powertrain director on the MRacing team, which recently switched to an electric powertrain.

$130M Electric Vehicle Center launches

In an effort to cultivate a robust EV ecosystem in the place where the modern auto industry was born, the University of Michigan Electric Vehicle Center will have three focus areas: accelerating collaborative R&D, developing a highly skilled workforce, and establishing advanced campus infrastructure and facilities to support both research and education.

our equity-centered values are embedded in everything we do

Inclusive teaching

All new Michigan Engineering instructors are now trained in inclusive teaching practices, contributing to an environment of success for students from all backgrounds.

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Eight research teams chosen for new Boost program

The Bold Challenges Initiative has selected eight interdisciplinary teams from across the University of Michigan to participate in the first cycle of its newly launched Boost program.

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Research news

Inside the labs driving engineering forward.

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Strategic vision

Our vision, mission and values.