The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences offers 17 Undergraduate Engineering, Technology and Applied Sciences Programs that prepare graduates for exciting, productive careers in a wide variety of fields. Our graduates are placed both locally in south west Michigan as well as worldwide.
1 Accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission - http://www.abet.org
2 Accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission - http://www.abet.org
3 Accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission http://www.abet.org
4 Accredited by the Accrediting Council for Collegiate Graphic Communication http://www.accgc.org/
The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences offers 11 Master's Programs that prepare graduates for advanced technological and managerial positions
The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences offers 6 Doctorate's Programs preparing graduates for positions in higher education, consulting or research and design.
The newly added Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) program in Engineering and Applied Sciences is designed to provide a flexible vehicle to tackle new and emerging areas of research that cut across multiple disciplines. This program, however, is not intended to replace any of the existing PhD programs.