Customizable Programs

Endless Opportunities to Tailor Skills and Expertise

  • SEAS students can take courses across the University of Michigan’s multitude of graduate programs.
  • Students may also pursue dual degrees, earning an MS from SEAS and a complementary degree from one of U-M’s 18 other schools and colleges. Roughly one-third of SEAS students pursue dual degrees.
  • Formal dual degree programs exist between SEAS and the College of Engineering, the Ross School of Business, the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, and the Law School. Students may also pursue self-initiated dual degree programs with other schools and colleges.
  • Many SEAS students take advantage of U-M's other high-quality academic programs and interdisciplinary resources to pursue a graduate certificate. Certificate programs enable students to hone a specialized skill set in addition to the regular master’s degree program of study.