Michigan Engineering and Integrative Systems + Design
About Michigan Engineering and Integrative Systems + Design
The University of Michigan’s College of Engineering was founded in 1853. Today, Michigan Engineering and its academic departments rank in the top ten in their respective areas (U.S. News and World Report). The faculty’s ongoing research and industry consultation in engineering contribute to Michigan’s strength and impact on professional development. Michigan Engineering’s total research expenditures for fiscal 2012 exceeded $190 million, placing it in the forefront of collegiate engineering research in the U.S.
Integrative Systems + Design, a division of Michigan Engineering, offers credit and non-credit courses to students on campus in Ann Arbor and at locations around the world. Recognized as a global leader in online education in addition to offering on campus programs, ISD provides lifelong learning to technical professionals and has served more than 100,000 with online and live advanced degrees, certification programs, intensive short courses, and conferences.
You are welcome to telephone or email us regarding more detailed course information. Contact information is to be found under each course.