We are University of Michigan-Dearborn alumni, belonging to one of the world’s greatest alumni families, and we each have our own success story.
We are engineers, revolutionizing the automobile industry. We are educators, transforming the classroom and molding future leaders. We are scientists, conducting groundbreaking environmental research. We are industry leaders, revitalizing the economy through creative business practices. Go Blue!
UM-Dearborn graduates live and work in hundreds of cities across the globe. Stay connected with fellow alumni through a variety of activities.
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Continue to thrive with the help of our talented faculty and strong relationships with industry partners, even after you graduate. We offer an array of continuing education opportunities, as well as graduate courses to further enhance career development.
Alumni Day gives alumni an opportunity to participate in engaging and high energy informational seminars designed for alumni of all eras and careers. Learn about our tracks below, and then register here for our April 18 event.
Follow your passion or pursue a major with more traditional marketability in today's job market? Students can say yes to both with UM-Dearborn's new business studies major. The program, available only as a second major, combines both a liberal arts and professional education.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked University of Michigan-Dearborn's part-time MBA program as one of the nation's best for the sixth consecutive year.
UM-Dearborn commits to educating engineers equipped to tackle pressing 21st century issues.
The College of Education, Health, and Human Services will launch a Bachelor of Arts degree in child's life this fall. The program is one of only three in the state to focus on preparing students to be child life specialists.
UM-Dearborn's Intelligent Systems Club claimed the top two spots at the Institute of Navigation's annual snowplow competition.
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics will introduce a new undergraduate degree program in applied statistics starting this fall, in response to increased student and industry demand.
Daniel E. Little will serve a fourth term as UM-Dearborn chancellor. His appointment runs through June 30, 2018.
University of Michigan-Dearborn hosted a series of events throughout the week to commemorate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.