Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

EECS Graduate Programs

The EECS Department offers master's and doctoral degrees in two graduate programs (CSE and ECE; see boxes below), each of which is administered by the Rackham Graduate School.

EECS is organized into two divisions: Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) and Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). The CSE division administers the CSE Graduate Program; the ECE division administers the ECE Graduate Program.

With both graduate programs (CSE and ECE) within one department, EECS enables students to have a home in a degree program tailored closely to their interests, while having access to, and the benefits of, the full breadth of the EECS Department.

CSE Division

ECE Division

Computer Science
and Engineering (CSE)
Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)

- Prospective Student Info
- New Student Info
- Current Student Info

- Prospective Student Info
- New Student Info
- Current Student Info

Technical Areas:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Hardware Systems
  • Interactive Systems
  • Security
  • Software Systems
  • Theory of Computation
  • VLSI & CAD

Technical Areas:

  • Applied Electromagnetics & RF Circuits
  • Communications
  • Computer Vision
  • Control Systems
  • Embedded Systems
  • Integrated Circuits & VLSI
  • MEMS & Microsystems
  • Optics & Photonics
  • Power/Energy
  • Robotics
  • Signal & Image Processing and Machine Learning
  • Solid State & Nanotechnology

Related Graduate Programs

Graduate School Options for Current U-M EECS Undergraduate Students

EECS-Affiliated Graduate Programs

EECS faculty have interdisciplinary interests and participate in graduate programs across campus, including: Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics, Applied Physics Program, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences, Bioinformatics Graduate Program, Biomedical Engineering, Physics, Space Engineering (Master's Program)