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MS in Electrical Engineering
University of California , Berkeley

Overview

The Master of Engineering (MEng) in Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences, first offered by the EECS Department in the 2011-2012 academic year, is a professional master’s with a larger tuition than our other programs and is for students who plan to join the engineering profession immediately following graduation. The accelerated program is designed to develop professional engineering leaders who understand the technical, economic, and social issues of technology. This interdisciplinary experience spans one academic year and includes three major components:

  1. An area of technical concentration;
  2. Courses in leadership skills;
  3. A rigorous capstone project experience.

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Details

$29,262

Annual Tuition Fee*

24 Months

Course Duration

NA

Course Credits

On Campus

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Admissions

$140

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Application Deadline

08/12/2021

Fall

08/12/2021

Fall

Pre-Requisities

Documents

Proof of English Proficiency Statement of Purpose 3 Letters of Recommendation Unofficial Transcripts GPA Resume/CV

Min English Scores

TOEFL

90

IELTS

7

Academic Pre-Requisites

Graduates of recognized academic institutions outside the United States should hold a degree equivalent to a U.S. bachelor’s degree. Equivalency is determined by International Evaluators in the Graduate Admissions Office.

Required Records: Upload unofficial transcripts with the application for the departmental initial review. Official transcripts or academic records for all university-level studies you have completed, at U.S. institutions and abroad will be required if admitted. If your academic records do not include official evidence of the award of your degree, you must also submit additional documents that verify the degree conferral. For information about the documents required for an initial review of your application, contact the department or program to which you are applying.

Academic records should be issued in the original language and accompanied by English translations if required (usually prepared by your university or Ministry of Education, unless the institution issues original documents in English). In general, records or transcripts must be issued by the school and include the school’s stamp or embossed seal and the signature of the authorizing official. For more detailed information on acceptable documents, please contact your prospective department or Graduate Admissions.

English translations are required for all languages except Spanish; degree names and grades should be transliterated, not converted into English words or the U.S. grades of A-F. If your home institution does not issue documents in English, you may submit translations prepared by certified translators for the American Translators Association.

Admission with provisional status Collateral work is required from the student to conform their level of education with the departmental requirements. These requirements indicate the skills needed to satisfactorily complete ME graduate courses and conduct research. When collateral work is required the minimum acceptable grades received by the student
will be stated in the admission letter. Provisional status is removed when these conditions of admission have been met. Approval of the Mechanical Engineering Department and the Engineering Dean’s Office is required.

Proficiency requirement:

Students whose undergraduate degree is not in Mechanical Engineering or Engineering Mechanics must, during their course of study, demonstrate proficiency in three (3) out of the five (5) undergraduate courses below:

  • ME 332: Fluid Mechanics
  • ME 451: Controls
  • ME 410: Heat Transfer
  • ME 461: Vibrations
  • ME 423: Intermediate Mechanics of Deformable Solids

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