- Master of Engineering in Automotive Engineering
- Sequential Undergraduate/Graduate Study (SUGS)
- B.S.E. in Mechanical Engineering
- M. Eng. in Automotive Engineering
Master of Engineering in Automotive Engineering
The Master of Engineering (M. Eng.) in Automotive Engineering blends engineering fundamentals and practice with an emphasis on systems thinking and the latest advances in technologies. The program provides students with a systems perspective and breadth of knowledge that cuts across departments, drawing upon many different engineering disciplines, such as mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, electrical engineering, computer science engineering, materials science, and industrial engineering. Students will deepen their knowledge of traditional mechanical engineering, but they can also take courses in electric machines, electronics, control systems, software development, and business. An important element of the program is a capstone project which offers students the opportunity to solve a real-world problem with their new knowledge. The culminating project can be completed individually or on a team, virtually or locally, and in close interaction with faculty and industry leaders. Graduates of the Automotive Engineering program are prepared to move the automotive industry further into the 21st century and beyond. The M.Eng. in Automotive Engineering degree is available for on-campus or online study.
For more information, please visit the ISD Automotive Engineering website at isd.engin.umich.edu/AutoEng.
Sequential Undergraduate / Graduate Study
B.S.E. in Mechanical Engineering
M. Eng. in Automotive Engineering
This Sequential Undergraduate/Graduate Study (SUGS) program leads to a Master of Engineering in Automotive Engineering. University of Michigan students who are pursuing a B.S.E. in Mechanical Engineering and who meet all the SUGS requirements may apply to the Automotive Engineering program to pursue the SUGS program, which allows them to complete their B.S.E. and M. Eng. in five years total.
For more detailed information about the program, please visit the ISD SUGS webpage.
The Master of Engineering in Automotive Engineering can be earned entirely online by qualified students from around the world. ISD has built upon the University of Michigan’s experience in offering “distance learning” courses over several decades. Courses in ISD’s programs are reengineered as Online-By-Design (OBD) where instructors and support staff deliver learning materials that purposefully take advantage of online tools to enrich the learning experience of students independent of their on-campus or remote location.
The online degree is a great option for engineers who are currently working full-time. It is just as rigorous and current as the on-campus version of the degree; all online classes actually have a corresponding on-campus section, so students get the same content, same lectures, and equivalent projects. The degree is identical in that the diploma is the same whether a student earned the degree online or on campus.
To learn more about online learning with ISD, please visit ISD’s Online Graduate Programs page.