Students in the College of Engineering can elect one or more academic minors offered by departments within LS&A. Minors are intended to recognize the completion of a coherent sequence of courses in a particular academic area and require more careful selection of your non-engineering courses. They serve as recognition, via transcript notations, of the completion of a more in-depth course sequence.
For more information: LS&A Minors Approved List by the College of Engineering
For undergraduate IOE students interested in pursuing a career in manufacturing, this program will expose them more to the field. The concentration consists of a sequence of courses in manufacturing (IOE425, IOE441, ME481, etc.). The credit hours for this sequence will be contained within the usual BSE degree requirements. The Program Advisor for the degree program will advise and audit the concentration sequence “Manufacturing Systems Concentration” will appear in your transcript but not on your diploma The MSC will focus on systems-approach to manufacturing and design for future requirements.
For more information: visit the Mechanical Engineering website
The College of Engineering offers a variety of academic minors and co-curricular programs to complement our undergraduate engineering degrees. Through these opportunities, students can apply engineering skills while traveling abroad, obtain hands-on entrepreneurial experience, explore artistic and creative passions and much more.
Complete your bachelor’s and master’s degrees in only five years with SUGS by taking some graduate-level classes during your undergraduate years, so you can save yourself one semester and complete the masters with only two additional semesters.
To find out more contact graduate student adviser, Matt Irelan.
The College of Engineering Honors Program at the University of Michigan provides a unique opportunity for highly-motivated students to reach their full potential, both inside and outside of the classroom. Specialized academic requirements create an enriched learning environment that caters to the various disciplines of the College of Engineering. Honors students work closely with faculty and student mentors, facilitating strong intellectual bonds and personal growth. If you are ready to be challenged beyond the scope of traditional curricula, and are looking for an enriching community, then the Honors Program could be the perfect way to explore your talents.
For more information, please visit the CoE honors program.
Industrial and Operations Engineering