Discover the College of Innovation & Technology

Calling all Innovators, Problem Solvers, and Creative Thinkers! The new College of Innovation & Technology (CIT) at the University of Michigan-Flint is made for you. Come to a place that is a truly unique educational experience, made for students like you.

Fill out the form so you can be considered for the CIT Success Kit!

Your Success Kit includes:

• $2,000 Scholarship
• Book Voucher
• Free Laptop
• Live free on campus your first year!

Sign up to begin the process so you can be signed up for orientation by July 1 to claim your kit!

Faculty and student working in classroom.

Take your classes in the brand new wing of the Murchie Science Building using state-of-the-art equipment in new labs and classrooms designed for student collaboration and exploration.

Majors Designed for the Future

The CIT will offer two exciting majors: Digital Manufacturing Technology and Information Technology & Informatics. Both are four-year bachelor’s degrees that will get you ready for the top jobs of the decade and beyond.

Digital Manufacturing Technology

Digital Manufacturing Technology is the degree program that applies computer science to manufacturing and automation. The program prepares students for industries that focus on next generation technologies and is ideal for students interested in careers as a quality engineer, manufacturing engineer, or systems design & integration engineer.

Information Technology & Informatics

Information Technology & Informatics focuses on a broad base of computer-related skills and experiences including programming, data management, networking, mobile systems, ethics, and security. This degree prepares graduates for employment at the intersection of people and technology and is the perfect major for students interested in careers as application developers, business analysts, IT consultants, and network administrators.

$86,980 median annual wage for STEM occupations (2019) stat. Source:
The digitization of supply chains to support Industry 4.0 has accelerated in 2020, creating more jobs in digital manufacturing. (2019) stat.
11% projected computer & information technology growth (2019-2029) stat. Source:

Hands On Learning That Prepares Students for the Future

At the CIT, you won’t just sit in a classroom. You’ll engage with a flexible curriculum that allows you to fully participate in your education as you get the knowledge and skills you need for the life you want. You will be learning by doing, actively involved in projects with expert faculty and industry leaders where you will tackle the creative challenges and digital opportunities of the 21st century.

Learn from Industry Partners

The CIT has top industry partners who help to shape curriculum and offer internship and learning opportunities for UM-Flint students. Some of the CIT industry partners include:

Consumers Energy
Ford Motor Company
General Motors
Verizon Wireless

Blue For You. Empowering Your Future

For Fall 2021, UM-Flint is offering more scholarships and grants than ever before, helping you to afford an outstanding education.