University of Michigan

University of Michigan
College of Engineering

Home of the ARC, the University of Michigan College of Engineering is one of the finest engineering schools in the country. Much of the College's world class resources are used for furthering education through sponsored research. Since 1995, the University of Michigan has offered a professional Master's in Automotive Engineering degree program that attracts graduate student researchers with industrial experience. The program has also been expanded to include distance learning programs at industrial sites.

University of Iowa

University of Iowa
College of Engineering

The University of Iowa College of Engineering, located in Iowa City, IA, is one of the United States premiere engineering research institutions. The University of Iowa specializes in design sensitivity analysis and multidisciplinary optimization, durability and fatigue life prediction, reliability-based analysis and design optimization, digital human modeling and simulation, robotics and automation, and virtual reality.

Wayne State University
College of Engineering

Blessed by its location in Detroit, Michigan, the heart of the American auto industry, the Wayne State College of Engineering draws strength from the region’s robust engineering culture, providing students and faculty unrivaled connections to industry and the latest research and cutting edge technology. To the region and state, the College provides leadership in emerging growth areas shaping our future.

Clemson University

Clemson University
College of Engineering and Science

For over 100 years, the disciplines of engineering, science, and textiles have been at the heart of Clemson University as it strives towards excellence and leadership. Clemson's Department of Mechanical Engineering offers a graduate degree program in Automotive Engineering, located on Clemson's International Center for Automotive Research (CUICAR) campus in Greenville South Carolina, near research and development centers of several of Clemson's industrial partners.

Oakland University
College of Arts and Sciences

Located in Rochester, Michigan, in the heart of the automotive industry, Oakland University is a growing public institution. Through interdisciplinary research and industrial outreach projects such as the ARC partnership, the University is preparing learners for the 21st-century workplace and society. Automotive Engineering Design is an area of focus for Oakland's doctoral degree program.

Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech
College of Engineering

Founded in 1872 as a land-grant college named Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College, Virginia Tech is now a comprehensive, innovative research university with the largest full-time student population in Virginia. Through a combination of its three missions of learning, discovery, and engagement, Virginia Tech continually strives to accomplish the charge of its motto: Ut Prosim (That I May Serve).