You’ve come this far in your educational journey and professional career. Now take the next step toward your respected University of Michigan graduate degree from UM-Flint. For applications and program-specific admission requirements, click on the specific graduate program that interests you.
Take the next step in your education.
Graduate students may be able to defer admission to a later date, or may be granted conditional or probationary admission if certain admission requirements are not met. Learn More.
If you were previously enrolled in a graduate program at UM-Flint and have been absent from the program for over one year, you must apply for readmission to be re-enrolled in the same program. Learn more.
Changing Degree Programs
Current UM-Flint graduate students seeking admission to a new or additional UM-Flint graduate degree or certificate program should submit the application for dual degree or change of program. If you wish to change or add a concentration, please consult with your department or program advisor.
The purpose of graduate Lifelong Learning status is to permit and facilitate access to UM-Flint graduate courses to students not formally admitted to a UM-Flint graduate degree program. For more information on this category, click here.