A class in the Sciences Building


Michigan strong, with the Dearborn difference.

At the University of Michigan-Dearborn, we offer more than 100 undergraduate majors and minors, and more than 40 graduate degree programs, many of which include flexible evening and online options. But your academic experience will extend beyond our small class sizes and challenging, relevant coursework.

You will find mentors among our renowned, industry- and community-connected professors, who will invite you to collaborate with them on groundbreaking research.

You’ll have opportunities to apply for internships and jobs through our outstanding business partnerships with local industries and international organizations.

We emphasize experiential and intercultural learning, so that you can gain practical, real world experience while you study. Upon graduation, you will have the knowledge, perspective, and flexibility to thrive in an ever-changing workplace.


University of Michigan-Dearborn is home to four distinct colleges. Each features programs with small classes and engaged faculty.

College of Arts, Sciences, & Letters

College of Business

College of Education, Health, & Human Services

College of Engineering & Computer Science

Teaching, Research & Engagement

Make a positive impact and solve real-world problems. Learn and grow in new ways.

Groups of students studying and smiling.

From early childhood education to electrical engineering, our students and faculty work creatively and collaboratively to help southeast Michigan and the world thrive now and in the future. We do this through impactful research and partnerships, meaningful internship and co-op experiences and innovative courses and programs like Experience+ and Talent Gateway.

Our average undergraduate class size is 26 students.