The Ideal University for STEM Education

At the University of Michigan-Flint, we are preparing the next generation of STEM professionals.

With the new renovated Murchie Science Building’s new classroom, labs and collaborations spaces and the launch of the College of Innovation and Technology in Fall 2021, UM-Flint is the best place for students to pursue a STEM degree.

STEM graduates are on track to become part of some of the highest paid positions of the next 10 years. Whether you prefer computer science, healthcare, statistics, engineering, research or other fields, UM-Flint has a degree program that will fit a wide variety of interests.


Top 10 STEM Careers for 2020 are Dentist, IT Manager, Mathematician, Medical and Health Services Manager, Nurse Practitioner, Operations Research Analyst, Orthodontist, Physician Assistant, Software Developer, and Statistician

Pre-Professional Programs

$146,360 median annual wage for computer & information systems managers (2019) Source: bls.gov
22% projected software developers employment growth (2019-2029)
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$86,980 median annual wage for STEM occupations (2019) Source: bls.gov