Michigan Tech has agreements with both domestic and international universities that convey various benefits to students. Information on the individual agreements can be obtained from the map by clicking on a place marker. Contact the Graduate School for more information.
Agreement type color coding: Dual Degree, Exchange, Incoming Students, Other
International Dual Degree Agreements
Michigan Tech participates in several dual graduate degree programs with partner universities. These agreements enable students to receive two degrees, one from each institution participating in the agreement, upon completion of the intended course of study.
Michigan Tech supports a wide variety of programs that allow domestic students to spend time at another university, or for students from those universities to spend time at Michigan Tech. Students interested in international exchange programs should contact the International Programs and Services office for more information.
Incoming Student Agreements
These agreements allow for incoming students to transfer from their home institution to Michigan Tech.
Michigan Tech also partners with a variety of entities to enhance and expand opportunities for graduate education beyond agreements with individual universities.
- MIGS—Michigan Graduate Schools transfer of credits
- Peace Corps & Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows Programs
All Academic Agreements
|Shandong University of Technology||China||Computer Science MS||Incoming Only|
|Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya||Spain||University wide||Two-way Exchange|
|Shenzhen University||China||Biological Sciences MS||Incoming Only|
|Chung Yuan Christian University||Taiwan||MEng, MBA||Incoming Only|
|Northland College||USA||Environmental Engineering Science MS||Incoming Only|
|Peace Corps||USA||Social Sciences, Civil, Environmental, and Geospatial Engineering, Geological and Mining Engineering Sciences, Biological Sciences, and the College of Forest Resources and Environmental Science||Domestic Service|
|Great Basin Institute - AmeriCorps||USA||Social Sciences, Civil, Environmental, and Geospatial Engineering, Geological and Mining Engineering Sciences, Biological Sciences, and the College of Forest Resources and Environmental Science||Domestic Service|
|Conservation Legacy - VISTA||USA||Social Sciences, Civil, Environmental, and Geospatial Engineering, Geological and Mining Engineering Sciences, Biological Sciences, and the College of Forest Resources and Environmental Science||Domestic Service|
|Florida A&M University||USA||Graduate Feeder Scholar's Program||Domestic Students only|
|Oak Ridge National Laboratory||USA||University-Wide upon approval||Research Agreement|
|University of Milano-Bicocca (INVOGE)||Italy||Geology||Dual Degree|
|Beijing Normal University||China||Computer Science MS||Incoming Only|
|China University of Petroleum||China||Computer Science MS||Incoming Only|
|Universite Blaise Pascal/ Blaise Pascal University (INVOGE)||France||Geology||Dual Degree|
|Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences||Norway||University wide||Two-way Exchange|
|Norwegian University of Science and Technology||Norway||University wide||Two-way Exchange|
|Lappeenranta University of Technology||Finland||University wide||Two-way Exchange|
|Toyohashi University of Technology||Japan||Physics MS/PhD||Two-way exchange|
|The NorthCap University (ITM University)||India||Computer Science MS, Civil Engineering MS||Incoming Only|
|Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences||India||Civil Engineering MS||Incoming Only|
|Shandong University of Science and Technology||China||Computer Science MS||Incoming Only|
|Technical University of Dortmund||Germany||any||Two-way Exchange|
|Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture||Ukraine||Integrated Geospatial Technology MS||Incoming Only|
|University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh||USA||Environmental Engineering Science MS, Computer Science MS||
Industry and Government Partnered Programs
Distance options are available in some programs for students who are employees of cooperating industry, government, and organization partners and who meet admissions requirements. Interested students should contact their supervisor or the Graduate School for more information. Each agreement is site and program specific, particularly with regard to how the student-advisor relationship will be maintained.
Partner program agreements typically contain the following components:
- approval of the site facilities, such as laboratories, libraries, computer facilities, as appropriate to the program
- appointment of a qualified on-site co-advisor to ad hoc graduate faculty status
- periodic visits to the Michigan Tech campus in Houghton at specific mileposts in the degree (e.g., orientation, proposal defense, final oral defense)
- agreements may also include additional requirements such as provisions for Michigan Tech faculty time on site with the student, summer school residency, video-conferences for periodic reviews.