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Master of Engineering in Automotive Engineering

Automotive engineering is one of the most technologically interesting and compelling specialty areas. It requires expertise in mechanical, electrical, and computer engineering. Experts in automotive engineering are poised to develop innovations that will change society and address global problems.

Consistently rated as one of the five best Colleges of Engineering in the country, U-M offers top-ranked academics and practical experience. The Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Automotive Engineering is an advanced professional degree program that is designed specifically for today’s engineering world. It emphasizes engineering fundamentals and practice with a focus on recent advances in the field.

Students who graduate from this program have strengths in modern automotive systems, engineering fundamentals, enhanced interdisciplinary skills, and the teamwork skills necessary to guide product and process development in this rapidly evolving field.

  • 1-2 Years
    Adjust your course load to fit your schedule
  • 30 Credits
    Completed through 10 courses
  • 100% Online
    No on-campus component

Skills You'll Gain

  • Comprehensive understanding of modern automotive systems

  • Proficiency in engineering fundamentals

  • Enhanced interdisciplinary skills

  • Teamwork skills necessary to guide product and process development in the automotive field

Who is this Degree for?

With an emphasis on recent advances in engineering fundamentals and practice, this advanced degree program prepares students with a background in engineering to be innovators who can address global problems in this technologically dynamic and compelling field.

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