Shape your foundation
Your future career is a lifelong learning process that goes well beyond a paycheck.
Get the tools and experience to ensure you’ll be in demand by those solving society’s tough problems.
Seek out an education that aligns with your interests and values through one of our engineering majors. We offer 18 undergraduate programs that lead to a Bachelor of Science degree. Along the way you can choose from a variety of programs that help you explore your specific interests with hands-on opportunities that let you put your purpose into practice.
What kind of engineer will you be?
We can help you apply your passion for problem solving to a field that fits.
Looking for courses?
The Course Guide and Bulletin (a.k.a “the Bulletin”) is always the most up-to-date source for info on Michigan Engineering courses, curricula and paths of study.
Credit where it’s due
Whether it’s from dual enrollment, dual degrees or coming to us from another institution, the credits you’ve earned might apply to your degree or program with us. Our admissions and aid resources for transfer credits can help you see how your existing credits might apply.
Prior to orientation, you will complete the online math and chemistry placement exams (chemistry exam will be waived for those with AP/IB/transfer credit for general chemistry). You will also have the option of taking a foreign language placement exam. In some cases, doing well on a U-M Placement Exam will exempt you from a course or a requirement. The Engineering Advising Center website has more information.
Advanced Placement guidelines
Make sure to discuss your AP exams with your advisor during orientation.
Where your degree can take you
As you consider graduate school, your next steps will likely lead to industry, academia, national labs or entrepreneurship. We can help you start strategically.
Get your master’s faster
Complete a bachelor’s and master’s degree in five years with Sequential Undergraduate Graduate Studies (SUGS).
Michigan Engineering is a great place to get your PhD, and all our students are fully funded.
How much do engineers earn? Engineering jobs are paid the highest average starting salary and comprise a rapidly growing field, with employment growth of roughly 140,000 new jobs over the next ten years, as reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). University of Michigan Engineers are in high demand and our alumni data shows that they typically start their careers with above-average compensation.
|U-M Engineering departments & BLS dashboard||U-M bachelor’s average salary (2022 data)||Average entry-level salary (U.S.), 2022|
|Climate & Space||–||–|
|Computer Hardware Engineer||–||$76,707|
Computer & IT fields
|Pay by job titles*|
|Industrial & Operations||$92,042||Pay by job titles*|
|Naval Architecture & Marine||–||$63,410|
U-M salary data is self-reported by our alumni courtesy of the Engineering Career Resource Center; as a result, sample size can vary.