Undergraduate thesis funding

The University of Michigan offers a state-of-the-art undergraduate curriculum in computer science that is continually updated by faculty research experience. Our baccalaureate program requires students to develop a solid foundation in computer software, hardware, and theory, while also providing ample opportunity to take advanced electives in areas of computer science, such as databases, architecture, networks, artificial intelligence, and graphics, or in emerging interdisciplinary areas such as electronic commerce, web information systems, and computer game design.

While there are many wide-ranging opinions about architecture’s ideal role in society, there is a general agreement that an architect’s work does influence how a society functions and evolves. In a world that is grappling with myriad serious issues like climate change, population growth, and an inequitable distribution of resources, it benefits young architecture students to acquaint themselves with the larger picture, and to choose a topic that at least aims to solve a current socio-environmental problem through a design intervention.

Undergraduate thesis funding

undergraduate thesis funding


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