Summary: The Engineering Global Leadership Honors Program (EGL) combines a traditional engineering curriculum with courses in the
University of Michigan's Ross School of Business and cultural courses in the U-M College of Literature, Science and Arts.
Graduates of EGL earn a Bachelor's and Master's degree from the U-M College of Engineering.
G L O B A L L E A D E R S I N E N G I N E E R I N G A N D B U S I N E S S
Engineering Global Leadership
The EGL requirements include:
Technical Expertise: 3.60 GPA required for admission. EGL students earn a
Bachelor's and Master's degree in Engineering.
Foreign Language Skills: 2nd year foreign language proficiency.
Cultural Awareness: Coursework associated with the history and culture of an-
other region of the world. Although it is not required, over 80% of students in the
program also gain hands-on international experience through study, work and
mission of the EGL Honors Program is to develop and leverage the collective skills of its members in
an effort to make a significant contribution to the University and the community. This mission is ac-
complished through the following fundamental purposes of EGL:
1. To serve as an Honors Program within the College of Engineering that recognizes a student's
continued commitment to academic excellence while pursuing a rigorous curriculum leading to