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Degree that Makes the
 Difference       ™

Degree that Makes the
 Difference       ™
    More than
                         Top ranked

bachelor and master
 degree programs
                      public university
                        in Michigan,
                      Midwest region
                          (America’s Best Colleges 2006
                          U.S. News and World Report)
                                                          total student population
                       The big block
  85         %
of freshmen receive
financial assistance
                       tells you right away that you’re part of one of the
                       greatest universities in the world.
                       But what makes the University of Michigan-Dearborn stand out
                       are our Dearborn differences:
                        • Smaller class sizes                    • An active on-campus student lifestyle
                                                                   you never imagined at a “commuter
                        • Involved, passionate professors          college”
                          and no teaching assistants
                                                                 Come visit and experience the University
                        • Nationally ranked and accredited       of Michigan-Dearborn. Discover all the
                          academic programs                                          The
                                                                 doors a Michigan education will open
                                                                 in life and the heights you can reach
                        • Co-ops and internships that connect    when you aim higher. that Makes the
                          us to partnerships with metropolitan
                                                                                   Difference       ™

                          Detroit, providing exceptional
                          opportunities for future success
                                                                                Degree   that Makes the
                                                                                   Difference       ™
Majors &
Accounting (Accounting Information Systems)         Elementary Education (Integrated Science)          Industrial and Systems Engineering
Accounting (Controllership)                         Elementary Education (Language Arts)               International Studies (French/German/Spanish)
Accounting (Financial Accounting/Reporting)         Elementary Education (Mathematics)                   Business and Management
American Studies                                    Elementary Education (Social Studies)                Communications
Anthropology                                        Engineering Mathematics (concurrent degree only)     Computer and Information Science
Art History                                         Engineering - Undecided                              Economics
Art History (Museum Studies)                        English                                              Environmental Studies
Behavioral Sciences                                 Environmental Science (Biology)                      International Affairs
Biochemistry                                        Environmental Science (Chemistry)                    Museum Studies
Biological Sciences                                 Environmental Science (Earth Science)                Natural Sciences
Chemistry (ACS certified)                           Environmental Studies (Land Resources)             Liberal Studies
Chemistry (Instructional)                           Environmental Studies (Naturalist)                 Management
Children and Families (BGS)                         Environmental Studies                              Management Information Systems
Communications (Technical/Professional)               (Resources Policy and Management)                Manufacturing Engineering
Communications (Electronic Media/Visual)            Environmental Studies (Urban Service)              Marketing
Communications (Journalism)                         Finance                                            Mathematics
Communications (Public Communication and Culture)   French Studies                                     Mechanical Engineering
Communications (Speech)                             General Business                                   Microbiology
Computer and Information Science                    General Studies (2+2)                              Philosophy
  (Computer Science)                                Health Policy Studies (Finance)                    Physics
Computer and Information Science                    Health Policy Studies                              Political Science
  (Information Systems)                               (Health Behavior and Education)                  Pre-Business
CIS Mathematics (concurrent degree only)            Health Policy Studies (Health Planning)            Pre-Law
Computer Engineering                                Health Policy Studies (Human Resources)            Pre-Medicine
Criminal Justice Studies (2+2)                      Health Policy Studies (Information Systems)        Psychology
Early Childhood Education                           Health Policy Studies (Marketing)                  Secondary Education
Earth Science                                       Hispanic Studies                                   Sociology
Economics                                           History                                            Software Engineering
Education - Undecided                               Humanities                                         Supply Chain Management
Electrical Engineering                              Human Resource Management                          Undecided
                                                                                                       Women’s and Gender Studies
                                                                                   School of Management student interns for
                                                                                   the University’s Human Resource Center.

Internship / Co-op sites:
AAA Michigan                                  Kolbenschmidt Pierburg
Albert Kahn and Associates                    Kresge Eye Institute
Arvin Meritor                                 Lear Corporation
Atlas Oil                                     Masco Corporation
Blue Cross Blue Shield                        Morgan & Meyers, PLC
Bosch                                         Morgan Stanley
Canton Leisure Services: Summit on the Park   Morris Goodman, Attorney at Law
Church of Christ Care Center                  Motorola
Cingular Wireless                             Nemeth Burwell, P.C.
Comerica                                      Oakland County
Compuware                                     Oakwood Health Care
Consumers Energy                              Phillips Service Industries
D. Todd Williams, P.C.                        Plante Moran
DaimlerChrysler                               Pilchak, Cohen & Tice, PC
Daycoa                                        Porsche Engineering Services
DCS                                           Professional Real Estate Title
Defense Contract Management Agency            Quicken Loans
Deloitte                                      R.L. Polk & Company
Delphi Automotive Systems                     Schwartz for Congress
Denso                                         Society of Manufacturing Engineers
Detroit Medical Center                        Southfield Career Center
DTE                                           SPX
EGO Detroit Magazine
                                              Standard Plaque, Inc.
                                              The News-Herald
                                                                                     The University of Michigan-Dearborn
Eisbrenner Public Relations                   The Robinson Realty Group              is committed to guaranteeing you an
Enterprise Rent a Car                         Thyssen Krupp
Ernst & Young                                 TRW Automotive                         experiential opportunity during your
Evans Distribution
Federal Mogul Magazine
                                              UBS Financial Services
                                                                                     college education, including:
Ferndale Career Center                          •Athletics
Ford Motor Company                              •Chemistry
Freman Hendrix                                  •Humanities                          CO-OPS AND INTERNSHIPS
Garden City Medical Center
General Motors
                                                •Media Services
                                                •Voice/Vision Holocaust Project
                                                                                     Practice what we teach at a Fortune 500
Ghafari Associates, Inc.                      UNISYS                                 company while - at the same time - earning
Gongos                                        United Food & Commercial Workers
Greektown Casino                              University Laboratories                credits. Work with a state representative.
Grosse Point Yacht Club
Henry Ford Community College
                                              U.S. Attorney’s Office
                                              U.S. Department of Justice
                                                                                     Test new technologies. Prepare taxes for
Henry Ford Health Systems                     U.S. Secret Service                    disadvantaged families. Best of all –
Hiller’s Markets                              U.S. Steel                                                                           STUDENT EMPLOYMENT
IBM                                           Valassis Communications                get paid for it.
Internal Revenue Service                      Walbridge Aldinger
                                                                                                                                   Employment opportunities are available to
J.D. Power and Associates                     Wayne County Department of Parks                                                     all students through University of Michigan-
Joker and Quality Cargo                       Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office       RESEARCH
Johnson Controls                              Yazaki North America, Inc.                                                           Dearborn and also throughout Dearborn
                                                                                     Discover the undiscovered. Find a rare
                                                                                                                                   and surrounding communities.
                                                                                     species in the Rouge River. Test the limits
    “At Ernst & Young, we filled no fewer than 200                                   of supercomputers. Find out if the Internet
    full-time and intern positions with UM-Dearborn                                  is addictive. Our students discover the
    graduates and students. They were exceptionally                                  unexpected by doing real-world research
    well prepared for work.”                                                         alongside active and accessible professors.
    ~Bryan Becker
     School of Management, 1969
                                                  Study abroad in Italy and immerse yourself in the culture.

 We are an inductee of the
    Co-op Hall
     of Fame
     by the National
     Commission for
  Cooperative Education

    of Co-op participants
receive a job offer from their
 company upon graduation
                                                  Enhancing the classroom
   HONORS PROGRAM                                 STUDY ABROAD                                                 by going
                                                                                                                 beyond it.
   Envision your future as a leading surgeon,     Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
   or imagine yourself preparing a case for       Open yourself to new worlds, new ideas,
   the Supreme Court. No matter what your
   dream, our Honors Program can provide the
                                                  new places. Learn how businesses in Japan
                                                  are really managed. Discover the common
                                                                                                                            that Makes the
   competitive edge necessary for pursuing an     threads across diverse cultures. Make lifelong                      Difference
   advanced or professional degree and finding    friendships with fellow students and
   that dream job. It’s not for everyone – just   professors as you travel to England, Finland,
   those individuals who are highly motivated     France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Sweden                        The
   and desire that extra challenge.               and more.                                                          Opportunity
                                                                                                                            that Makes the
                                                                                                                      Difference             DEARBORN
                                                                                                                                              SCHOOL OF

                                                                                                                   student organizations
 Connections Start Here
 Create your own experience…what will you choose?
 Student Organizations: We offer over 125                 Immersion Program takes students on field trips and
 opportunities for you to get involved in campus life,    challenges them to become change agents for diversity.
 develop leadership skills and make a difference on
 campus.                                                  Leadership: Spend a weekend at camp making new
                                                          friends through the Blueprints Leadership Development
 Community Service: Volunteer Dearborn offers             Program, or attend U-LEAD workshops focused on
 a way for you to participate in one-time and long-term   relevant leadership skills to develop well-rounded and
 service projects that enrich Dearborn’s surrounding      successful students.
                                                          Greek Life: By joining one of the nine chapters at
 Multicultural Programs: Our Conversation on              UM-Dearborn, you are making a unique and lifelong
 Race series brings together students, faculty, staff     commitment to developing your leadership skills,
 and the community to discuss and learn about race        fostering friendships, serving your community and
 relations in metropolitan Detroit. The Multicultural     achieving academic success.
  More than

 70           acres
              of campus

are maintained as one of
the largest natural areas
                            No two days
                            are alike on
 in metropolitan Detroit
                            our campus.                                  TICKETS TO THE BIG HOUSE
                                                                         All University of Michigan-Dearborn students
                                                                         are eligible for student tickets to University
                            CAMPUS ENTERTAINMENT                         of Michigan-Ann Arbor athletic events.
                            Enjoy concerts, lectures, films, comedians   Witness the pandemonium of Michigan
                            and other types of live entertainment        football, participate in the madness of
                            throughout the year on campus.               Michigan Basketball or enjoy the frigid frenzy
                                                                         of Michigan Hockey. You can even try out
                            WELLNESS CENTER
                            The Wellness Center is a great place                 Experience
                                                                         for the hockey team or the marching band.
                                                                                           that Makes the
                            to burn off some extra energy.
                            Exercise consultants are also available.
                            ATHLETICS                                                The
                            We offer recreational, intramural and
                            varsity sports like hockey, basketball,
                                                                                 Experiencethat Makes the
                            volleyball and lacrosse.                                Difference                DEARBORN
                                                                                                                SCHOOL OF
                             Hands-on interaction with our Western

College of                   Honeybees in field biology class.

Arts, Sciences,
and Letters

                                                                     CASL has over

                                                              Internship and Co-op
The Lyceum is a student-
produced, semi-annual                                New science building addition with
showcase for student art                             astronomy dome, opening 2006.
and literature. Each issue
contains UM-Dearborn
student prose, poetry
and photographs.
    Majors and Programs:
    American Studies
    Art History
    Behavioral Science
    Biological Sciences
    Children and Families (BGS)
    Criminal Justice Studies (2+2)
    Earth Science
    Environmental Science
    Environmental Studies
    French Studies
    General Studies
    Health Policy Studies
    Hispanic Studies
    International Studies
    Liberal Studies
    Political Science
    Women’s and Gender Studies

Great futures are built on
               strong foundations.                                                                    “The encouragement, support and dedication
Develop a foundation of knowledge, critical        into the future, our art history students are      of the science faculty at this university has
thinking and applied learning to take you          looking to the past as a guide. A recent project   made my pre-medical experience a successful
anywhere you want to go. Whether you are           by student researchers showcased similarities      endeavor. I am fully confident that my University
interested in writing a screenplay or developing   between modern Detroit and ancient Rome.           of Michigan-Dearborn degree will signify my
vaccines for a rare virus, we have the programs                                                       academic ability when it comes time to apply
you will need to pursue your dreams.               Your academic experience will be enriched          to medical school.”
                                                   by our unique areas of excellence: diversity,
                                                                                                          ~Jessica Mendelson
Our new science building, featuring a new          leadership, civic engagement, policy and law,
                                                                                                           Pre-Med ‘08
telescope, will enhance laboratory research as     Arab-American studies, automotive heritage,
well as provide a window to the universe and       the environment and education in health,
our future. While some students are reaching       science and math.                                                                       DEARBORN
School of

                                                                               100              %
                                                                                passed the Teacher
                                                                               Certification test after
                                                                                 graduating (2005)

 “I chose to transfer to the University
 of Michigan-Dearborn because of its            Majors and Programs:
 excellent reputation. UM-Dearborn has          Early Childhood Education
 qualified professors, great services,          Elementary Education
 exceptional educational programs and           English as a Second Language
 future jobs. UM-Dearborn is the right choice   Secondary Education
 to accomplish my career goal of becoming       Special Education
 an elementary teacher.”

      ~Maha Bazzi
       Elementary Education / Math ‘08
                                            The Child Development Center is a hub of growth and educational activity for children in the community.

 University of Michigan-
Dearborn ranks in the top

  nationally for Child
 Development Centers

  Build the skills
    to empower your community.
   Our School of Education shows students     Participants in any of the education
   how to pass on what they have learned.     programs are provided with an academic
   Graduates of University of Michigan-       and professional background suited to
   Dearborn enjoy careers in teaching,        the challenges of education in a
   corporate training, recreation, social     multicultural society.
   service, childcare and more.
School of

                                                                       Our online

                                    UM-Dearborn is one of only

leading firms in southeast
  Michigan participate in
                                           15         %
                                       of business schools in
                                      the world accredited by
                                                                    program has one of
                                                                  the largest enrollments
                                                                 for programs of its kind
 our internship program                AACSB International              in the nation

   Majors and Programs:
   General Business
   Human Resource Management
   Management Information Systems
   Supply Chain Management
your skills today, and be the
leader of tomorrow.                                                                                    “University of Michigan-Dearborn offers
Our professors show students what it takes to        diffusion, iLABS helps businesses create          ideal classroom sizes with professors
be a successful leader. We do this by providing      greater value.
                                                                                                       who really want you to succeed, both
students with communication and organizational
skills as well as the ethics that are essential to   The School of Management Honors Program           in class and out. These professors don’t
all successful management professionals.             weaves learning inside the classroom with         just lecture... they teach, and you learn.”
                                                     experiences outside the classroom.
Our students gain great experiences working in       The hallmark is our “Executive Mentoring               ~Wilson James
iLABS, a research center dedicated to advancing      Program” which pairs honors students with a             Marketing Student
the understanding of corporate, entrepreneurial      Detroit business leader for their entire BBA
and institutional innovation. From organizational    education. This often leads to deep friendships
creativity to new venture creation and technology    that continue even after graduation.
                                                    An industrial engineering professor and students use specialized software

College of                                          to design modern systems for increased productivity and efficiency.

Engineering and
Computer Science


                                                                                                                                  5 best    th
                                                                                                                            in the country in Industrial
                                                                                                                             and Systems Engineering
                                                                                                                                (undergraduate program)
                                                                                                                                  (America’s Best Colleges 2006
                                                                                                                                  U.S. News and World Report)

 “Going to the University of Michigan-
 Dearborn was a great decision. I’ve gained
 great hands-on experience working with
 the technology used by today’s engineers.
 I’m confident that the curriculum is preparing
 me for the types of challenges I’ll have to face
 as a professional or as a graduate student.”

       ~Matt Morelli
        Mechanical Engineering ‘06
 Majors and Programs:                               Electrical engineering students use digital techniques to design multimedia systems.

 Computer and Information Science
 Computer Engineering
 Electrical Engineering
 Industrial and Systems Engineering
 Manufacturing Engineering
 Mechanical Engineering
 Software Engineering

 Dual Degree Majors and Programs:
 CIS Mathematics
 Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering
 Engineering Mathematics
 Industrial and Systems Engineering and
    Manufacturing Engineering

   Ranked in the top

Engineering programs
   in the country
       (America’s Best Colleges 2006
       U.S. News and World Report)
                                                                                                                Turning Theory
                                                                                                                  into Practice.
                                                   New engineering building, opening 2006.

                                                                                                                  Our close ties with leading industrial and
                                                                                                                  business enterprises provide numerous
                                                                                                                  educational and Co-op education/
                                                                                                                  Internship opportunities for students.

                                                                                                                  Our programs, laboratory facilities and
                                                                                                                  research projects are shaped by industry
                                                                                                                  leaders, so you gain the engineering and
                                                                                                                  computer science education and
                                                                                                                  experience that employers are seeking.
                                                                Your Maize
                                                                and Blueprint.
                                                                 Visit us!

                                                                 Request official high school transcripts
                                                                 be sent to UM-Dearborn

                                                                 Take ACT or SAT, have scores sent to
                                                         N       UM-Dearborn (UM–Dearborn codes: ACT:2074, SAT:1861)

                                                                 Apply online or submit application and
                                                                 $30 fee. Apply by December 15 to receive
                                                                 full consideration for scholarships
From the west
Take I-94 east to Southfield (M-39) and exit north. Follow       Receive your notice of admission,
Southfield to Michigan Ave. (U.S. 12) and exit west. Take        U of M I.D. and e-mail account
Michigan Ave. west to Evergreen. Turn right, merging into
traffic from the east. Follow Evergreen past Hubbard Road        Complete the financial aid application (FAFSA)
and turn left around the median. Move immediately into the       before March 1 (UM-Dearborn code: 002326)
right lane and turn right into the northern entrance of the
                                                                 Register for Placement Exams and Orientation
                                                                 Take Placement Exams
From the east
Take I-94 west to Michigan Ave. (U.S. 12) and exit west. Take    Attend Orientation to register for classes
Michigan Ave. to Evergreen. Turn right, merging into traffic
from the east. Follow Evergreen past Hubbard Road and
turn left around the median. Move immediately into the right
                                                                Office of Admissions and Orientation
lane and turn right into the northern entrance of the campus.
                                                                 4901 Evergreen Road • Dearborn, Michigan 48128
From the south
Take Southfield (M-39) north to Michigan Ave. (U.S. 12) and
exit west. Take Michigan Ave. to Evergreen. Turn right,                  Open 57 hours a week
merging into traffic from the east. Follow Evergreen past                     M-Th 8am - 7pm
Hubbard Road and turn left around the median. Move                    Fri 8am - 5pm Sat 10am - 2pm
immediately into the right lane and turn right into the                           (Closed Sundays)
northern entrance of the campus.
                                                                     Located in 1145 University Center
From the north                                                   
Take Southfield (M-39) south to Ford Road (M-153) and exit    
west. Follow Ford Road about one mile to Evergreen Road
and go south. We are on the west (right) side of the road,
immediately south of Henry Ford Community College.                      (313) 593-5100
                                                                    Financial Aid   (313) 593-5300
Your Maize
and Blueprint.                                           All about the Admissions and Financial Aid Process
      Visit                                                     Apply                                                      Enroll                                

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                          • Go Blue Fridays                                       • Complete an application          Once You’re Admitted:
                          • Daily Tours                                             (paper or online)                After you have been admitted to the
        Easy ways to      • Open Houses                             Steps to      • Request official transcripts     University of Michigan-Dearborn, just pay
        visit Campus      • Individual Appointments                 Apply           (high school and/or college)     a $50 enrollment deposit to secure your
                                                                                  • Submit $30 non-refundable fee    place in our incoming class.
Daily campus tours are offered Monday                                             • Submit ACT and SAT scores
through Friday at 11:30am and 3:30pm.                                               (high school students only)      Three-Phase Orientation Experience:
                                                                                                                     Your next step is to take part in the
How to Schedule a Visit                                                                                              Three-Phase Orientation Experience:
• Make an online request                                                                                             1. Placement Exams
• E-mail us at
                                                                Qualify                                              2. Summer Orientation Session
• Call us at (313) 593-5100                                                   3. Student Success Workshop/
                                                                                                                        New Student Convocation
While you’re here, consider a tour of the Henry          Your admissions application is your application
                                                         for scholarships. We’ll automatically notify you            All of these events/activities are designed
Ford Estate – located right on our campus!
                                                         of scholarship awards.                                      to further connect you with our campus
                                                                                                                     community. You can officially start wearing
                                                         $2.7 million is offered yearly with awards ranging          maize and blue!
                                                         from $500 to $29,000 over the four years.
                                                         Most of these scholarships are offered through
                                                         the Chancellor’s Scholarship Program.

                                                         Submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
                                                         (FAFSA) by March 1 for full financial aid consideration.
                                                         For ease and convenience, file the FAFSA online at

                                                         Financial Aid award notification begins in mid-March.
                                                                                                                        Admissions Application
                                                                                                                             Deadline is

      Student Profile              (2005)                  Tuition / Fees
Total students: 8,613                                 Estimated 2006-07 Undergraduate Tuition

   6,571 Undergraduates                                       Resident: $7,259
   2,042 Graduates                                            Non-Resident: $16,054
                                                              (based on two semesters and full-time enrollment)
49% Men
51% Women

94% Michigan residents
19% Students of color
 4% International students
                                                                                                                    for scholarship consideration
   The GPA for the
    middle 50% of
 incoming freshmen
      (average GPA is 3.5)

                                                    Check out
                                  Apply Online      Go Blue
The ACT score for the
   middle 50% of
 incoming freshmen                               Go Blue Fridays are a special campus visit held
                                                 on select Fridays throughout the year from
    (average ACT score is 24)
                                                 11:00am – 1:30pm. Join us for a special tour of
                                                 the campus given by a University of Michigan-
                                                 Dearborn student tour guide. In addition,
                                                 enjoy special University presentations and a
                                                 complimentary lunch. This is a great opportunity
                                                 to learn more about our degree programs,
                                                 financial aid and scholarships!

                                                 For a list of the Friday dates, visit

                                                 Register online for a Go Blue Friday,
                                                 or call (313) 593-5500.

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                                                                                      Come Visit Us!
                                                                                      The Office of Admissions/Orientation
                                                                                      and Financial Aid Office are located in
                                                                                      the University Center.

                                                                                      Free Parking
                                        Parking                                       Park in spots reserved for Admission
                                                                                      visitors or anywhere in our lots.
                                                                                      No permit or fee required.

Daniel E. Little, Ph.D., Chancellor
Susan W. Martin, Ph.D., Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
Robert G. Behrens, M.A., Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs
Stanley E. Henderson, M.A., Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management and Student Life
Edward J. Bagale, M.B.A., Vice Chancellor for Government Relations
Thomas A. Baird, M.Ed., Vice Chancellor for Institutional Advancement
Kathryn Anderson-Levitt, Ph.D., College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters
Paul N. Zionts, Ph.D., School of Education
Subrata Sengupta, Ph.D., College of Engineering and Computer Science
Bruce Bublitz, Ph.D., School of Management
David A. Brandon, Laurence B. Deitch, Olivia P. Maynard, Rebecca McGowan, Andrea Fischer Newman,
Andrew C. Richner, S. Martin Taylor, Katherine E. White, Mary Sue Coleman (ex officio)
Ismael Ahmed, Stephen T. Economy, Linda P. Kughn, Patricia Mooradian, Timothy J. O’Brien,
Jon Pepper, Michael C. Porter, Maria Leonhauser, Shirley R. Stancato

The University of Michigan-Dearborn is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
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