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    Academics: Engineering & Science

Academics: Engineering, Science, Mathematics

Engineering

When you study engineering at Detroit Mercy, your college experience is about so much more than what you've learned in the classroom - it's about taking that knowledge and using it to make your mark on the world.

You'll be encouraged to get involved in research projects and build an online portfolio from your freshman year.  Our co-op opportunities mean you'll graduate wtih real, paid work experience.  Don't worry if all this seems a little overwhelming, our dedicated faculty will be there to offer support and guidance every step of the way.

Our students are driven to succeed!

Science

Do you want to be a dentist, doctor, physican assistant or research scientist?

Our science programs will have you well-prepared for advanced degrees in graduate, medical or dental schools. 

Our classes will be taught by full time professors who understand what it takes for you to succeed in professional schools.  In fact, Detroit Mercy graduates typically have high admissions rates into these schools.

When it comes time for recommendations to enter graduate or professional schools, your professors will know you and your work since our classes are small.  That's a real advantage!

Build a Boundless Future

Your future is boundless with a Science degree in Biology or Chemistry from Detroit Mercy.

Check out our undergraduate programs today!

Mathematics and Software Engineering

Mathematics is more than using calculators and memorizing formulas. It is essential for solving problems in every area of engineering and science.

Software engineering is more than circuits and code. It involves engineering techniques like modeling, analysis, design, verification, and maintenance.

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