Interested in engineering?
Engineers are not only scientists. They are inventors, designers and pioneers. If you can imagine a greener car, a more fertile rooftop garden, even a neural implant to restore eyesight, an engineering degree can help you build it. Our students are already working on these projects and many more in our state-of-the-art labs.
Why Wayne State?
Wayne State University -- Michigan's only urban research university -- is known for academic and research excellence, success across a diverse student body, and meaningful engagement in its urban community. Its mission is to create and advance knowledge, prepare a diverse student body to thrive, and positively impact local and global communities.
Wayne State's engineering curriculum leads the nation in game-changing fields like electric-drive vehicle technology and alternative energy. Here, you'll learn from faculty experts who engineer the physical world at all levels – from nanoscale biomedical innovations to colossal manufacturing plants.
Classes are available on our main campus in Midtown Detroit and on satellite campuses throughout southeast Michigan. You can choose to work and commute for classes, or you can live on campus for a more traditional college experience.
Earn a degree or certificate in:
- Alternative Energy Technology
- Biomedical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering and Materials Science
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Computer Science
- Data Science and Business Analytics
- Electric-drive Vehicle Engineering
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Engineering Technology
- Industrial and Systems Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
A promising future
For the Class of 2015, the average starting salary for engineering graduates was $63,764. For students earning degrees in computer science, the average starting salary stood at $69,214. — National Association of Colleges and Employers
Please feel free to contact us directly with any questions.