Solving Problems & Designing the Future

Engineers require education and experience in a broad range of topics from materials to manufacturing, from facilities to machine element design, and from circuits to dynamics. Problem-solving in engineering is based on fundamental science and mathematics, and it utilizes current technology and industrial practice.

The Engineering programs are designed to help a student enter the engineering profession as an experienced problem solver. Engineers in the industry are expected to manage products, materials, and processes. They are expected to be able to cost a product, determine the rate of return on an investment, find the break-even point in manufacturing, and price the marketing of a product. Some engineers do more management than others; however, every engineer needs fundamental engineering concepts and knowledge that form the basis for the profession.

University of Michigan-Flint mechanical engineering student working on a computer.
Two students and a professor woking on the University of Michigan-Flint Baja car.

The programs in Engineering provide coursework experience for students wishing to enter the industry as engineers. In addition to technical content, these courses provide practice in forming and working in teams, preparing and presenting oral and written technical reports, and developing advanced computer skills. Engineering design caps the program with students designing and constructing engineering projects.


UM-Flint’s Mechanical Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.

Engineering Bachelor’s Degree Programs

Bachelor of Science in Engineering

Catalog Description
At UM-Flint, students will pursue a rigorous course of study to prepare them for the many career fields of Engineering. Learn more about the specifics of this challenging course of study.

Learn more about the Honors track offered.

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Catalog Description
The field of mechanical engineering gives students a chance to find practical solutions to a wide range of problems. Discover how this academic program allows students to engage in the practical application of theory.

UM-Flint to Ann Arbor Preferential Engineering Admissions

Build opportunities into success by enrolling in our UM-Flint to UM-Ann Arbor Engineering preferential admissions program. You’ll start out by taking required prerequisites with UM-Flint, supported by a community of engineering professors and advisors. Succeed here and you’ll receive a preferential admissions decision from UM-Ann Arbor’s College of Engineering. Take advantage of your transfer credits to complete one of 17 engineering programs with Ann Arbor.

Whether you complete your studies with us or transfer, UM-Flint Engineering is ready to help you earn a world-renowned Michigan degree, on-time and cost-effective.

Below is a list of articulation agreements between UM-Flint and other schools. Generally, the agreements address research, published works, teaching methods, workshops, program development, as well as opportunities for student and faculty exchanges.

Samantha Hunsinger

Samantha Hunsinger
Mechanical Engineering 2022

“Engineers create the houses and buildings you’re in, the cars you drive to work every day, and things as simple as the chairs you sit in. It is so impactful…”With engineering, I have the ability to use my passions, creativity, and more of my own skills to better the world.” 

Advising Services

At the University of Michigan-Flint, we are proud to have many dedicated advisors who are the experts students can rely upon to guide their educational journey. Explore all the possible pathways for your future, and book an appointment today.

In addition to academic advising, the College of Arts & Sciences provides extensive career advising services to help you define a clear path for your career. Contact Myesha Cannon through Handshake to schedule your career coaching appointment.

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