Michigan Technological University looks for applicants who create the future in science and technology, engineering, computing, forestry, business and economics, health professions, humanities, mathematics, social sciences, and the arts. Tomorrow needs leaders who will build, design, code, and create. We're ready. Are you?
Applying to Michigan Tech is free, easy, and online—and there's no deadline. Have a question or need some help? Read our admissions requirements, AP/IB/CLEP test score information, and frequently asked questions. Or, contact Michigan Tech Admissions at 888-688-1885 (toll-free), 906-813-4035 (text or call), or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students who have completed their junior year of high school, those in their final (13th) year of early/middle college, or those who graduated high school and not taken any college classes after graduation.
High school graduates who have taken at least one college course following graduation. A transferable college course is defined as any course credit that is recognized by Michigan Tech.
Students who are planning to live on or near campus and will require a visa to study in the US.
Students who have earned, or are completing, their bachelor's degree and are looking to pursue additional education in a specific field.
For students who have graduated high school and are looking to take college classes without enrolling in a degree-seeking program, or students who wish to be a "guest" at Michigan Tech while remaining enrolled at their primary institution.
For high school students who wish to take Michigan Tech classes before graduating.
For students who have graduated high school, are an enrolled student at Michigan Tech, and are looking to take online classes only. Michigan Tech does not offer online undergraduate degrees.
For US citizens, permanent residents, or those currently in the US on a valid visa who have earned a bachelor's degree and wish to obtain knowledge is a specific subfield.
Students enrolled in early college programs can apply online as well.
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