Graduate Program in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)

ECE offers master's and doctoral degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering, each of which is administered by the Rackham Graduate School. As part of the EECS Department, ECE students have access to the full breadth of the department.

Prospective Student Info

New Student Info

Current Student Info

Master's Program in Electrical and Computer Engineering

Master's degree students pursue their degree in one of 12 areas of emphasis:

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

Read more about the master's degree program in EECS

Ph.D. Program in Electrical and Computer Engineering

Ph.D. students pursue a degree in an area of emphasis created in collaboration with their advisor. In most cases it will fall into one of the major specialties listed above.

Read more about the doctoral degree program in EECS


Info for Current Michigan Students

Graduate School Options for Current U-M EECS Undergraduate Students

Certificate Programs
Students can pursue certificate programs in addition to their primary degree program. Discuss options with your advisor.

ECE faculty have interdisciplinary interests and participate in graduate programs across campus, including: Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics, Applied Physics, Atmospheric, Bioinformatics, Biomedical Engineering, Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Radiology, and Statistics.