When it comes to academic programs, Western Michigan University is known for its diverse offerings. We pride ourselves on providing a design-build-present approach to education, and we expect our students to be creators and researchers. Whether your interests are in nanotechnology or large superstructures, things that fly or things that float, chemicals or smart materials, efficiency and innovation, or computer programs and theoretical concepts, you have the opportunity to study them here at WMU.
The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences offers 18 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 nine Master's Programs that prepare graduates for advanced technological and managerial positions
The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences offers six 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.