The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) is instrumental in preparing students at all levels for technological productivity. The success of our graduate students in industry and higher education reflects our excellence.
Masters of Science degrees, with thesis and non-thesis options, are offered in:
- Computer Engineering
- Computer Science
- Electrical Engineering
- Software Engineering (online only, non-thesis)
A Professional Science Masters degree is offered in:
Doctor of Philosophy degrees are offered in:
Graduate students play an essential part in carrying out the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science’s mission to conduct research that will make a difference to industry, government, and society.
Research areas include:
- Electronic Design Automation (EDA)
- High Performance Computing (HPC) and scalable data science
- Artificial intelligence and machine learning
- Power engineering
- Electromagnetics and optical communications
- Control systems
- Signal processing and communications
- Embedded systems
- Algorithms and theory of computing
- Computer networks and distributed computing
- Bioinformatics and computational biology
- Human computer interaction
- Software engineering
Research in these areas are prominent among peer institutions and consistently attract funding from government, industry, and private sources. Funding helps support research, teaching, and laboratory assistants; equip laboratories; and pay for travel to conferences and faculty development opportunities.
For further information on areas/tracks, please refer to the EECS Graduate Program Handbook.
EECS Graduate Events
Upcoming Graduate Prelims
Upcoming Graduate Defenses
- Tuesday, August 23 @ 11:00 AM Data-Driven Situational Awareness for Distribution System Resiliency by Chuan Qin – Dissertation Defense