Design your future

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Design your future

The world is evolving and the need for critical thinkers, doers and creators is greater than ever. Are you ready to start a challenging journey?

Our students are curious, driven and innovative thinkers who aren’t afraid to try new things and build something new. That’s why the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences focuses on preparing students for a successful, meaningful career. With 14 undergraduate degrees, 14 master's level programs and seven doctoral programs as well as impactful, experiential-learning opportunities, you’ll achieve your vision for the future and find your path to success at Western.

Meet our students

Pride points

  • 93% of recent grads are satisfied with their jobs

  • 75 labs for undergraduate and graduate research

  • $65,000 average salary for recent graduates

Our programs

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    You'll be career-ready and have the skills you need to make an impact after graduating from our programs. We provide you more opportunities to learn, take part in research experiences, work closely with outstanding faculty and get involved in student organizations with hands-on engineering projects and activities.


Explore the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Resources and support

  • Student working in a research lab — College of Engineering.

    As a student, you’ll help advance knowledge in the areas of engineering and support the WMU gold standard of being a discovery-driven institution.

  • Students at the engineering campus. Student looking at the camera, working on a computer.

    Your success is our top priority, and our dedicated advisors are here to serve your needs.

  • Working on a computer at the engineering college.

    The Computer Aided Engineering Center is a comprehensive computer center equipped with state-of-the-art technology and specific engineering software.

Ready to take the next step? Apply today.

What are you waiting for? Now is the perfect time to apply and take the next step in pursuing your purpose and setting yourself up to thrive through the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

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Info sessions

Check out these events to help introduce you to the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences and all the excellent programs housed here.


Die Casting workshop with Dr. Sam Ramrattan

Date: Nov. 3
Time: 7:00pm

Do you want to know more about the die casting process, clearly understand what factors drive cost and be able to better communicate with your suppliers? Then our Die Casting 101 seminar is for you! Join WMU professor Dr.