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Engineering student Julia Reynolds adjusts equipment in the Electronic Engineering Lab.

School of Engineering and Technology

Our innovative, industry-informed classroom and laboratory experiences will help you successfully compete in the global job market.

Design your future

Advanced on-campus facilities will develop your skills working with electronics, robotics, manufacturing systems, mechanical measurements and computer-aided design.

In addition to an academic environment that emphasizes hands-on learning, you can gain professional experience through internships with laboratories and industries throughout Michigan and beyond.

Many of our engineering programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.

Mechatronics: The coolest word in engineering

CMU gave me the tools and support to develop a path for my future, and has bolstered a yearning for continuous future education.

Hands on experience paired with a little fun

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