Since each department handles SUGS applications a little differently, the best thing to do is get in touch with the right person.

You're committed for four; what's one more? Make the most of your time at Michigan Engineering with a five year bachelor's-master's degree and maximize your career potential.

You're already counting credits—SUGS allows you to double count some, saving you money by getting a master's degree in half the time.

Design your own academic plan. Through SUGS, you can build on interdisciplinary interests and create a course load that gets you where you want to be.


Your Way

Get a dual Bachelor's - Master's at Michigan Engineering

The SUGS program was created to offer our students an opportunity to complete an undergraduate and graduate degree in five years, as part of a seamless program at Michigan Engineering.

Sequential Undergraduate - Graduate Studies

Our Master's Programs U-M Bachelor's Average Salary (2017-2019 data) U-M Master's Average Salary (2017-2019 data)
Aerospace $76,348 $85,453
Biomedical $80,300
Chemical $73,664 $79,357
Civil $60,904 $68,313
Environmental $57,500
Electrical Engineering $79,436
Computer Engineering $88,396 $103,837
Computer Science $99,248 $119,794
Data Science $91,582
Global Automotive & Manufacturing Engineering $90,639
Industrial & Operations $73,364 $90,173
Materials Science $65,500 $82,900
Mechanical $75,720 $84,437
Naval Architecture & Marine $64,800 $76,750
Nuclear $72,175
Robotics $117,600
Space Engineering $92,517

Average salaries by program with a University of Michigan bachelor's and University of Michigan master's degree. Data from the Engineering Career Resource Center.

How much can you expect to make with a master's degree?

Is SUGS right for you? Hear what these graduates had to say about the SUGS program, and get on the inside track to a faster master's. If you still have questions fill out the form above and explore our Q&A page.

Engineering is all about efficiency