Graduate Programs

Michigan State University offers MS and PhD degrees in nine disciplines. At MSU, Engineering grad students collaborate with faculty and researchers across campus and around the world to explore our biggest challenges, like sustainability, security, materials, health and energy.

Engineering Graduate Research Symposium

The sixth annual Engineering Graduate Research Symposium will be held on Thursday, March 29, 2018 at the Breslin Student Events Center. Additional information about the Symposium is available by clicking here.

News & Information

 Civil and Environmental Engineer Annick Anctil is part of $2.5 million study on agriculture’s consumption of water and energy.
Civil and Environmental Engineer Annick Anctil part of $2.5 million study on ag's use of resources.
John Luginsland named to prestigious IEEE Fellow honor.
John Luginsland named to prestigious IEEE honor.
MSU will showcase its autonomous vehicle computer vision and sensor technology during AutoMobili-D at the auto show, or NAIAS, Jan. 14-21. At AutoMobili-D, researchers, companies and tech startups showcase their technologies and preview products to an unrivaled concentration of industry players and international media.
MSU's autonomous vehicle technology featured among the trending tech at Detroit auto show.