Hybrid Electric Vehicle - Michigan Tech

Challenge Yourself—Become part of the Future of Hybrid Technologies

The light vehicle industry is facing a shortage of engineering talent needed to retool for the use of electric drives as the primary source of motive power. Help fill that gap with Michigan Tech’s Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) curriculum. The coursework provides advanced knowledge and hands-on labs in the design, analysis, control, calibration, and operating characteristics of HEVs. Whether you are a graduate or undergraduate student, you can integrate any number of these courses into your degree. Another flexible option:  simply take courses as a non-degree seeking student.

Industry Leader Support

Michigan Tech’s pioneering program in hybrid electric vehicle engineering, one of the first of its kind in the nation, was started with a $3 million US Department of Energy grant and $750,000 of in-kind contributions from industry sponsors and partners. Graduate and undergraduate courses are offered on campus, online, and—thanks to the showpiece of the program—on the road.

Highlights

  • Flexible coursework options for students and professionals
  • More than 30 courses
  • Available for on-campus and online learning students
  • Interdisciplinary: mechanical, electrical, materials, and chemical
  • engineering
  • Selected by the Michigan Academy of Green Mobility for training
  • automotive engineers
  • Continuing education for professional engineers
  • State tuition support for displaced and incumbent workers

You Can Choose From One of Four Pathways:

Non-degree Coursework
Take any number of Hybrid Vehicle Engineering courses as a non-degree seeking student.


Graduate Certificate
A graduate certificate in HEV can be earned in 15 credits. Online and distance learning is available.


Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)
Earn a Master of Engineering degree with an emphasis in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Engineering (30 credits).


Undergraduate Certificate
Earn a certificate in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Engineering (15 credits).