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M.Eng in Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Overview

The EECS master's degrees are primarily intended for students desiring to substantially advance their knowledge and skill in a field or fields of EECS. The relatively small investment in time to get a master's degree will lead to greater professional opportunities and significantly higher salaries.

Courses:

  • 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

Program Rank

Details

$78,066

Annual Tuition Fee*

12 Months

Course Duration

26

Course Credits

On Campus

Delivery Medium

Course Link

Tuition Link

Admissions

$75

Application Fee

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Application Link

Application Deadline

15/01/2022

Fall Standard Deadline

Pre-Requisities

Documents

Academic Statement of Purpose Personal Statement Online application Application fee English Language Requirements Transcripts

Min Aptitude Scores

GRE

301

Min English Scores

TOEFL

84

IELTS

6.5

Students

236

Yocketers have applied

103

Yocketers got admits

567

Yocketers are interested

Average Profile of Admits

323

GRE

109

TOEFL

8

IELTS

Anjan Panigrahy

Admit

Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • fall 2021

Aneesh Jategaonkar

Admit

Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • fall 2021

Sushen

Admit

Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • fall 2021

Samudhbhav Prabhu Srinivas

Admit

Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • spring 2020

Harshith Nagubandi

Admit

Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • fall 2020

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