WE SHAPE LEADERS WHO TURN BOLD IDEAS INTO REALITY
The University of Michigan College of Engineering’s Mechanical Engineering graduate program pioneers new knowledge and discovery that impacts society. Top employers recognize that a candidate with a U-M mechanical engineering graduate degree is a tremendous asset to their company. Our academic rigor and the evidence-based approach to design are hallmarks of our curriculum and program. This recognition leads to valuable internship opportunities, which in turn, leads to great jobs.
Data from senior-year surveys indicate that 75-90 percent of our students have had an internship and that more than half participated in a student team. These numbers translate to success after graduation as well, with close to 90 percent of our alumni employed following graduation.
A total of 23 U-M mechanical engineering graduate students have been awarded National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships over the past three years, the largest number of awardees for any mechanical engineering department.
Learn more about our graduate programs. Design a Better Future. Break New Ground.
- Master of Science in Engineering (MSE)
- Sequential Undergraduate/Graduate Studies (SUGS): Earn a BSE and MSE in 5 years
- Joint Institute – Sequential Undergraduate/Graduate Studies (JI-SUGS): Earn a BSE and MSE with the U-M-Shanghai Jiao Tong University
- Master’s of Management/MSE Dual Degree: Dual degree with the Michigan Ross School of Business
- Engineering Sustainable Systems: Dual degree with the School for Environment and Sustainability
APPLYING TO OUR GRADUATE PROGRAM:
We offer master and doctoral programs in mechanical engineering. Both programs are administered through the Rackham Graduate School.
Visit the Rackham Graduate School for details about the Mechanical Engineering master and doctoral programs.
If you have any questions on the application process, contact the Academic Service Office for specific Mechanical Engineering advising.