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LSA offers rigorous courses in science, technology, engineering, and math, as well as support and resources to help you succeed. At LSA, you’ll enjoy many opportunities to explore STEM fields in and out of the classroom while gaining a broad liberal arts perspective. Hint: Use the Natural Sciences filter on the Majors and Minors page to see STEM options.

U-M has hundreds of STEM-related clubs and organizations. Explore a selection of clubs below or check out the complete list of clubs on Maize Pages.

U-M Biological Station

Join faculty, researchers, and other students in northern Michigan to learn about the natural world, examine environmental change, and seek solutions to critical challenges.

Camp Davis

Explore introductory geology, geological mapping, ecosystem science, and more at Camp Davis, located in the mountains just south of Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Study STEM Abroad

The LSA Center for Global and Intercultural Study offers a wide range of study abroad courses in STEM throughout the world.

Get hands-on experience at a top research university. Undergraduate students can participate in the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP), which offers opportunities to get involved with a wide variety of projects.

Learn to understand, critique, and redesign computational systems. Get comfortable with programming while developing expertise in communicating goals with designers and developers and ultimately rising to the challenge of creating technology with a positive social impact.

At LSA we want students to pursue what they’re interested in — even if it’s something you know nothing about. You can be confident in your success knowing that there are many resources here to support you.