You can apply to our PhD program with a master’s or just a bachelor’s degree, and our PhD students receive full funding, which includes a tuition waiver, monthly living stipend, and health insurance. Find out why you should get a PhD at Michigan.
All of our departments offer doctorate degrees, and we also have interdisciplinary PhD programs that help you make the most of broad expertise at the university.
See what we offer in the Engineering Course Guide and Bulletin.
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Climate and Space Sciences & Engineering
Computer Science & Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Engineering Education Research
Industrial & Operations Engineering
Macromolecular Science and Engineering
Materials Science & Engineering
Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering
Nuclear Engineering & Radiological Sciences
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About the degrees
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD): Full-time five-year research-based program. Develops skills that apply to careers both inside and outside academia. We provide all PhD students with a tuition waiver, stipend and health insurance.
Doctor of Engineering in Manufacturing (DEng): Graduate professional degree for students who have already earned both a bachelor’s degree in engineering and a master’s degree in any engineering or business discipline. Details in Michigan Engineering Course Guide and Bulletin.