The University of Michigan-Flint offers over 120 undergraduate degrees, 28 graduate programs that include three doctoral programs and post-doctoral certificates. There are over 30,000 UM-Flint alumni and just over 80% live in Michigan, creating a rich pool of talent.
Since 1979, the University of Michigan-Flint Honors Scholar Program has offered qualified students the chance to enhance their education in an enriched atmosphere highlighted by cross-disciplinary cooperation and one-on-one learning and research with an array of experts.
The program also offers off-campus, typically international, study-abroad opportunities. From exploring women's suffrage in Japan to rethinking autism in Africa, the possibilities available to Honors students are as rich and varied as their intellectual passions.
With more than 28 programs, the Office of Graduate Programs facilitates the admission process at the University of Michigan-Flint. The office holds recruitment events and provides a supportive environment to assist prospective students in reaching their academic and professional development goals.
Phone: (810) 762-3171
Fax: (810) 766-6789
School of Education and Human Services (SEHS)
SEHS prepares students for careers in education and the human services by offering degrees that blend a broad liberal education with preparation for professional roles. Currently the school is comprised of the Department of Early Childhood Education, Teacher Education and Social Work.
Early Childhood Development Center
A nationally accredited child care center that is a source of clinical experience for all local students seeking specialization in early childhood development. Placements at the ECDC are fee-based and open to the community.
School of Health Professions and Studies (SHPS)
SHPS offers eight programs of study: Nursing, Physical Therapy, Anesthesia, Health Care Administration, Health Education, Medical Technology, Radiation Therapy, and Health Science. SHPS also operates on-site nurse-managed primary care and physical therapy clinic, the Urban Health and Wellness Center.
School of Management
At the undergraduate level, the School offers six business majors, five business minors including entrepreneurship, a business honors program, and the opportunity to complete core business courses as well as a number of business electives online. The School offers an MBA program in two delivery modes: traditional in-the-seat, and Netplus!, an Internet-based program with campus sessions every six weeks. The masters program offers the opportunity to specialize in one of eight concentrations areas including: Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Finance, Health Care Management, International Business, Lean Manufacturing, Marketing and Organizational Leadership. The School of Management offers a Master of Science in Accounting, and has a rich internship program. Contact Tara Allendorfer for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org or (810) 237-6680.