ENGINEERS FOR A BETTER WORLD
Academics at Michigan Engineering
As part of the nation’s number one public university, our engineering programs students, instructors and collaborations have a world-class reputation. We’re shaping the engineers who will build a future that elevates all people.
With our unparalleled resources and facilities, we offer more than just an education. No matter where you are along your career path, we can help you take the next big step. Explore your options and let us know what we can do for you.
Your career is a lifelong learning process. Seek out a major that aligns with your interests and values.
On average, our alumni earn roughly 16.7% more with a Master’s degree.
The Course Guide and Bulletin is your definitive source for all things academic within the College.
With 18 undergraduate majors across 14 departments, you can turn your passion into a meaningful career. Explore your specific interests through our minors and hands-on educational opportunities. Engineers are consistently paid the highest average starting salary, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). See what a U-M bachelors is worth compared to national averages.
Graduate & professional
Fine-tune your future with an advanced degree. With specialized, integrated skills and leadership abilities, you’ll be in demand. PhD, master’s, or professional certificates — we have the engineering programs to empower your biggest ideas, no matter what your undergraduate degree is.
A first-rate engineering education is just the beginning. Through Immersed, there are a rich variety of experiential learning opportunities to help you practice your purpose; connect with people who share your passion and gain hands-on experience that’ll set your resumé apart from the stack.
Departments & programs
Our top ranked departments and programs are home to world class facilities and instructors. Each is unique but they all intersect. Find your fit and pursue your passion.
Current U-M undergraduate? Maximize your time and tuition by earning a master’s one year after your bachelor’s degree. With a little early planning, our Sequential Undergraduate/Graduate Studies (SUGS) program makes it easy. Talk to your department’s graduate coordinator to learn more.