University of Michigan College of Engineering

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The University of Michigan College of Engineering is the engineering unit of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. With an enrollment of 5,514 undergraduate and 2,646 graduate students as of 2009, the College of Engineering is one of the premier engineering schools in the United States. In various ranking systems, the college is frequently ranked as one of the top ten engineering schools in the nation. The median SAT score for the incoming class of 2009 was 1400. Between the years 1999-2009, Michigan was ranked 5th globally for papers published and citations.

The college was founded in 1854, with courses in civil engineering. Since its founding, the College of Engineering established some of the earliest programs in various fields such aeronautical engineering, computer science, electrical engineering, and nuclear engineering. The Materials Science and Engineering program is the oldest continuing metallurgy and materials program in the United States. Biomedical engineering is one of the newest programs established at the College of Engineering.

The college was first located on the University's Central Campus before moving to the University's North Campus — which occupies approximately 800 acres (3.25 km²)— starting in the late 1940s. Today, the College of Engineering is prominently located in the center of the University's North Campus (the Marine Hydrodynamics Laboratory is...
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