Welcome to the College of Engineering at Wayne State University. With its unique balance of research and development activities and education degree programs, Wayne State College of Engineering strives to provide its students with the technical and leadership skills that immediately serve them in the diversified high tech global marketplace that Michigan and the surrounding region is becoming.
A COLLEGE AND SO MUCH MORE… The College is a key player in Michigan’s transition from a manufacturing economy to a strong, effective, and diversified high tech global marketplace. The College not only is producing the technology that is changing our world, but also the graduates who make up a major portion of the skilled workforce vital to the Michigan and regional economy.
FACULTY MEMBERS WHO TEACH AND INNOVATE… Our faculty members are proven innovators, pioneering technologies and developing new products and services transforming the way we live. At the College, students learn what engineering is about, AND discover their potential as leaders.
A JUNCTION FOR TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT… The College’s new Danto Engineering Development Center is an incubator for the convergence of ideas, creativity, technology and education, expanding and growing everyday, as faculty, researchers and students from across many disciplines work together.
DEGREE PROGRAMS AT THE EDGE OF THE HIGH TECH GLOBAL MARKETPLACE… With standout interdisciplinary programs in fields such as biomedical engineering, entrepreneurial engineering, alternative energy, electric-drive vehicles, and smart sensors, the College has established itself as a leader in the practical integration of education and research.
GETTING AHEAD WITH REAL-WORLD EXPERIENCE… The College combines the best of academic preparation with real-world experience, which means our students graduate with skills and practical knowledge that give them a head start in industry or wherever they decide to go.
GOOD ENGINEERS HAVE OPTIONS… Our students find the skills and experience attained at the College valuable for a variety of career paths, whether in engineering or not. The imagination, precision and problem-solving skills that make good engineers also prepare them for successful careers in fields such as law, investment banking, teaching and technical writing.
We are interested in your involvement in our teaching and learning, research and scholarship, service to the engineering profession and the community. If you need further information, please feel free to contact us.
Farshad Fotouhi, Ph.D.
Dean of Engineering