Nick Cortes, an undergraduate civil engineering major, talks about why Michigan Tech graduates are sought after. The short answer? Classes taught by experts, which include practical academic work that prepares you for industry; the school’s reputation doesn’t hurt either.
Maya Geiselhart, an undergraduate environmental engineering major and Pavlis Honors College student talks about choosing her major and Michigan Tech. The short answer? Outdoor labs in snowshoes, collaborating with her peers and professors, and feeling encouraged to chase and reach her goals.
Christine Wood, an undergraduate environmental engineering major and Pavlis Honors College student talks about choosing Michigan Tech. The short answer? Its strong academic reputation. The longer answer? She found a home away from home on campus and in the surrounding area.
Andrew Miscimarra, an undergraduate civil engineering major and Pavlis Honors College student talks about why he chose civil and Michigan Tech. The short answer? He loves the area and that he's helping get clean water to people in Tanzania and Guatemala.
Kiran Udayakumar, a 2019 graduate, talks about why he chose environmental engineering and Michigan Tech. The short answer? Michigan Tech has the best and largest number of researchers in water quality and is near the Great Lakes. Going to class on a boat was pretty cool, too. Did he mention...
Do you like math, computing and the outdoors? If you do, have you ever considered a career as a surveying engineer? Surveying engineers measure the physical features of the earth using great precision with tools ranging from remote-sensing systems to transits. Read here for more information.
College Consensus has ranked Michigan Tech among the Best Colleges for Skiing and Snowboarding. Ranking colleges for Winter Break 2018, the website, which combines publisher ratings and student reviews, placed Michigan Tech at #13.
The website said that "Mont Ripley receives the most snow in the Midwest. The skiing area is...
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