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Choose Your Pathway

Undergraduate Experience

Learn engineering from the faculty who excel in engineering education research.

Tackle the most challenging engineering problems. Help society by finding solutions to common issues of health, safety, and productivity. In addition to engineering and technical skills, you will learn ethics and responsible engineering. Study the impact of engineering on various economic and environmental systems. Become adept at collaboration and communication in social and cultural settings.

Bachelor's Degree

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Design your own future.

The Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE) gives you a well-rounded engineering perspective. We offer courses in engineering analysis, careers, group learning, and mentoring. You can take on collaborative leadership and group management. Understand the principles of professional communications, ethics, and problem solving.

Function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership. Create a collaborative and inclusive environment. Analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions.

Go one step further by designing your own pathway. You can customize up to 40 percent of your degree path


The minor in Systems Engineering can be useful to students majoring in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer engineering, engineering management, forestry, biology, and other areas.


Undecided about which area of engineering to pursue? No problem. You'll have a chance to explore them all. Every engineering student at Michigan Tech takes the same core courses, and chooses a major after two or three semesters. You will get exposure to all the engineering fields before choosing a career path.

Learn more about general/undecided engineering in the Department of Engineering Fundamentals, including how to transition to a major.

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Connected, innovative.

Build real skills at Michigan Tech. Become an engineer.

Gain diverse experience.

Engage in design and research.

Leap forward in your program.

Connect with students and industry.

Ready to take the next step?

Learn more about studying engineering at Michigan's flagship technological university.


No one said it's going to be easy, at Michigan Tech we don't expect it to be.

Tomorrow needs the tenacious. Tomorrow needs you.

Earn an ABET Accredited Engineering Degree

With ABET accreditation, you can be sure that your Michigan Tech degree meets the quality standards that prepares you to enter a global workforce.

And, because it requires comprehensive, periodic evaluations, ABET accreditation demonstrates our continuing commitment to the quality of your program—both now and in the future.

Sought Worldwide

ABET's voluntary peer-review process is highly respected. Its criteria are developed by technical professionals and focuses on what you, as a student, experience and learn. It adds critical value to academic programs in technical disciplines—where quality, precision, and safety are of the utmost importance.

The EF Department

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Real Engineering. Meaningful Work.

We are committed to inspiring students, advancing knowledge, and innovating technological solutions to create a sustainable, just, and prosperous world. With an entering engineering class of about 1,000 students, 17 degrees to choose from, and 160 faculty in the College of Engineering alone, we provide a world-class education with the trusted reputation of Michigan Tech.

As a student at Michigan Tech you’ll work closely with faculty mentors, immerse yourself in experience-powered learning, and gain a thorough understanding of engineering practice. Collaborate and innovate in laboratories, coursework, Enterprise, and Senior Design—you'll work with industry partners on real engineering projects and develop strong skill sets for your future.

You could study abroad, with engineering opportunities ranging from a few weeks to one full year. Or focus on problems facing disadvantaged communities in countries around the world. Michigan Tech’s Global and Community Engagement program offers you a range of options.

More than 400 employers regularly recruit our students for internships, co-ops, and full-time employment. Engineering students average seven interviews, and 98 percent are employed within their field of study, enlist in the military, or enroll in a graduate school within six months of graduation. A degree in engineering from Michigan Tech can take you anywhere.

Tomorrow Needs You

Engineers do a lot of things, but there's one thing we do first and foremost: we help people. We use creative ideas and technologies to solve problems in health care, energy, transportation, hunger, space exploration, climate change, and more—much more. Become an engineer who is ready for what tomorrow needs.

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