What Sets UM-Flint's MSE Program Apart?
The demand for engineers is on the rise, as more and more companies are looking for these qualified professionals to help build a better world. Prepare to embrace this exciting opportunity with the Master of Science in Engineering (MSE) in Mechanical Engineering program at the University of Michigan-Flint. Designed to meet the unique needs of working professionals, it features a full or part-time course schedule with on-campus classes offered in the evening. This program provides expert faculty mentorship, real-world experience, state-of-the-art equipment, and much more—so you’ll have everything you need to succeed at the graduate level and further your career.
POWERFUL ECONOMIC IMPACT
As part of the curriculum, students will be able to gain real-world experience while addressing industry needs within communities. Mechanical engineering is the most diversified engineering discipline. Therefore, careers in manufacturing, aerospace, power generation, automotive, energy, HVAC, and biomedical can all be enhanced through an advanced degree in mechanical engineering. A strong graduate base draws industry attention, and helps develop new start-up companies which are essential for economic development. Furthermore, this program provides public and community service to Flint, Genesee County, and the State of Michigan.
Scholarships & Research Assistantships
At the University of Michigan-Flint, we want you to focus on starting your university experience strong. That’s why we offer scholarships and research assistantships to new Master of Science in Engineering Students students. Learn more here.
The program’s research activities are highly interactive with our University of Michigan professors, as well as the community and industry. Our leading-edge explorations will help equip MSE graduates with the training and education required to advance their careers in industry, government, and academia.
MSE in Mechanical Engineering courses are taught by expert faculty who bring professional knowledge and experiences to their instruction. UM-Flint faculty members are regularly published and involved in ongoing research, proposal writing, and other scholarly activities. They are also devoted mentors who will guide and support you in practically applying your classroom lessons.
As part of the world-renowned University of Michigan system, UM-Flint students can tap additional resources, expertise, and contacts at the Ann Arbor and Dearborn campuses. “Maize and Blue through and through,” our supportive community provides students with invaluable assistance in research, networking, and other initiatives.
You’ll complete your MSE with a small cohort of fellow students who share your passion for problem-solving, innovation, and project management. This cohort structure allows for a lot of interaction, enabling you to develop a strong support network for personal and professional development. Curriculum projects create a collaborative environment to help you build practical and technical skills.