The U-M Master of Engineering in Automotive Engineering is an advanced professional degree program that is designed specifically for today’s modern engineering world. It emphasizes engineering fundamentals and practice with focus on recent advances in automotive engineering.
The curriculum offers courses on state of the art and cutting-edge engineering systems such as Energy Generation and Storage using Modern Materials; Advanced Energy Solutions; Ecological Sustainability in Design and Manufacturing; Modeling, Analysis, and Control of Electric Hybrid Vehicles; and Fuel Cells and Fuel Processor. These courses are taught by U-M faculty who are international subject experts, and they are offered in flexible format with on-campus and online options. Many students complete this degree entirely online.
For full information on the program and how to enroll, visit the Integrative Systems and Design site.