Dear Prospective Graduate Student:
Thank you for requesting information regarding graduate programs offered by the Industrial & Manufacturing Systems Engineering Department (IMSE) in the College of Engineering & Computer Science at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. The programs offered in this department are: Master's in Program and Project Management, Master's in Engineering Management, Master's in Information Systems & Technology, and Master of Engineering in Industrial & Systems Engineering.
More information can be found regarding our programs and how to apply online on our web site.
You will also be able to access all the materials necessary to submit an application. This can be printed out, filled in and submitted to the Dearborn Campus - NOTHING goes to Ann Arbor. Please follow the application instructions, also located on the web site. Information about how to apply online can also be found on the site above.
We do not require the GRE. The TOEFL is required if you have graduated from a non-English speaking university. We accept applications every term, and do not have a cap on applications accepted. If you would like to review the cost of course fees please see the tuition & fee schedule located at the following web site at www.umd.umich.edu/dept/registration
Our commuter campus offers evening graduate courses. We are UNABLE to offer financial assistance to international students. We do offer a Non-Resident Graduate Tuition Scholarship. You can find more information on this at the Dearborn Campus Engineering website at www.engin.umd.umich.edu Domestic students may contact the Financial Aid office at 313-593-5300.
Information about Housing:
"The Union at Dearborn
This student housing complex with 504 beds is located adjacent to the UM-Dearborn campus. The Union at Dearborn is a $30 million Urban Campus Community development and offers quality amenities such as student life activities, meeting rooms, group study rooms, offices for student organizations and even a cabaret-style theater. The University's shuttle stops at The Union at Dearborn to transport students to campus. A crosswalk with a pedestrian-activated traffic light on Evergreen Road near the campus' central entrance makes it convenient for students to walk to/from campus. The Union at Dearborn is not University owned or operated. The property is managed by Asset Campus Housing (ACH), a leader in the management of student housing facilities nationwide. For more information, to apply, or to sign a lease, visit www.umd.umich.edu/housing.
Off-Campus Housing Database (link to http://www.umd.umich.edu/housing_current_area_listings/)
Through the University's Housing Referral Services website, students can locate housing near the UM-Dearborn campus using an online housing database. The Housing Referral Services is available to all students, faculty or staff in search of an apartment, house, room or roommate. Interested individuals can complete an application, available in the Office of International Affairs. If you are in search of a roommate, the information on your application will be shared with other individuals seeking a roommate. All applications will be kept on file until the Office of International Affairs is notified that you are no longer in search of housing."
There are limited research assistantships available. If a professor is looking for someone he will make an announcement in his class. A student usually has to have completed one term here to be eligible for assistantships.
If you are unable to access our web site, please let me know and I can send you attachments with the necessary information.
If you still have any questions after reviewing the information on the website, please let me know.