Center for Advanced Mobility at Wayne State University to launch this fall

Monday, August 5, 2019


Wayne State University and the Michigan Mobility Institute today announced the creation of the Center for Advanced Mobility at Wayne State University. The new center expands on the College of Engineering’s current cyber-physical systems programs and features plans for a broader set of degrees and certificates focused on autonomous driving, connectivity, smart infrastructure, and electrification. Combined, they represent the world’s first holistic, advanced mobility curriculum. Students will have the opportunity to enroll in offerings for autonomous driving and new courses that provide an overview of mobility fundamentals for engineers. The college also expects to offer a new Master of Science in Robotics for Fall 2020.

“This will be a leading global center for the future of mobility,” said Farshad Fotouhi, Dean of the Wayne State College of Engineering and Computer Science Professor. “The Center for Advanced Mobility will be the epicenter for academic and startup activity in the mobility sector for students, researchers, and global corporate partners in Detroit.” [ Read More ]