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    Design Your Future

    From your first days on WMU's Parkview Campus, faculty and staff will provide support as you develop your future through one of our 14 majors.

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    Undergraduate Research

    Explore your own research ideas early on, working with our renowned faculty in the world class facilities available on the Parkview Campus.

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    9 out of 10

    Broncos are employed quickly, working in their field in jobs they like. Dustin Black is one of them.

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    Visit Us

    Whether you are still exploring or already applied, it's a great time to visit us.

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    $2.5 Million Grant

    Western researchers land $2.5M grant to accelerate energy efficiency in autonomous vehicles

Rethink Smart.

It’s more than book smarts. More important than IQ. It’s the pursuit of purpose, daring to think differently, and not being afraid to question answers. We call it Rethink Smart. Are you ready? At the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, we are committed to helping you achieve your vision for the future. We offer experience-based learning that will prepare you for a successful, meaningful career. 

Engineering change, invoking passion, finding purpose

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WMU’s College of Engineering and Applied Sciences offers a nurturing environment that allows you to achieve and grow. We provide exceptional hands-on experiences alongside our highly accomplished faculty in an incredible facility. The $100 million Floyd Hall on WMU’s Parkview Campus has 323,000 square feet of teaching and research space with 75 labs. We share the Business Technology and Research Park with over 40 high-tech companies.

At WMU, you will have access to passionate experts who want to assist you in blazing your path. 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? If so, come join WMU’s College of Engineering and Applied Sciences family.

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    In Pursuit of It All

    Growing up in Kalamazoo, Josie Sibley learned creativity and hard work from her dad. She is now pursuing her mechanical engineering degree in a unique 3/2 program suggested by her high school soccer coach.

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    Adventures in Engineering

    David Ajoku, B.S.’16, embraced college to launch his life adventure that has him traveling the world, earning advanced degrees, working as an engineer, and using AI to benefit maternity care.

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    Learn How To Learn

    Bestselling author Barbara Oakley, Ph.D., kicks off this semester's Custer Speaker Series with a presentation titled "Learn How to Learn: Powerful Mental Tools To Help Master Tough Subjects."

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