What is unique about Umich LSA?
LSA consistently has a first-year retention rate of more than 95 percent. Nearly that same number of our seniors—96 percent—go on to enter the workforce or attend graduate school. And we have one of the largest alumni networks in the world, with more than 200,000 living LSA graduates.
What is University of Michigan known for?
The most popular majors at University of Michigan–Ann Arbor include: Business Administration and Management, General; Computer and Information Sciences, General; Economics, General; Computer Engineering, General; and Experimental Psychology.
Is MSU better than U of M?
In terms of academics Michigan is better in most places, but not all. The STEM programs are strong in both but UM has a way better mathematics program. MSU Law is a joke and everyone knows it. Our business school and its programs are highly respected.
Why is Michigan an engineer?
Michigan Engineering allows you to easily add any minor from across UM onto your degree and encourages you to take classes beyond engineering in areas of interest.
What is LSA freshman at University of Michigan?
1. How is the RC a part of U of M? The RC is a small, liberal arts college housed within the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA). In other words, every RC student is also an LSA student.
How do I get into LSA Umich?
To be considered for admission into LSA, you should complete these classes by the end of your senior year in high school:
- Four years of English.
- Three years of biological and physical sciences*
- Three years of mathematics.
- Three years of history and/or social science.
- Two years of the same foreign language.
Why is LSA in Michigan?
In LSA, we recruit the curious. Bright minds on the frontlines of research and in the classroom traverse topics from art history to molecular biology. That’s how long LSA has been the bedrock of undergraduate education at the University of Michigan. But not even a prestigious past should define our future.