University (founded in 1919 and formerly known as General
Motors Institute) is named after the inventor and former
head of research for General Motors, Charles Kettering.
The university has a long heritage of being at the forefront
of innovation and technology and many of the prominent
names in the US auto industry are Kettering Alumni. Engineering
education is Kettering's core competency and the university
provides high quality education in Mechanical, Electrical,
Computer Engineering, Fundamental Sciences and Business.
Kettering University offers some of the world’s best facilities,
labs, and educational resources in the areas such as Fuel-cell
Research, Crash Safety, Polymer Optimization, Electrical
Powertrains and Power Electronics.