The top-ranked UC Berkeley Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences (EECS) attracts stellar students and professors from around the world, who pioneer the frontiers of information science and technology with broad impact on society. Underlying this success is a strong tradition of collaboration with close ties to industry.
MEng in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
The MEng program in EECS offers innovative graduate courses on scientific and technical topics, organized by technical concentrations. This is augmented with training to develop ideas in a multi-disciplinary environment and to consider complex systems issues as well as detailed technical issues. The MEng technical concentrations in this department are:
- Data Science and Systems
- Physical Electronics and Integrated Circuits
- Robotics and Embedded Software
- Signal Processing and Communications
- Visual Computing and Computer Graphics
EECS offers capstone projects directly from their department. View the most current capstone projects.f
Optimization Planners for a Human-Friendly Robot
The 2017-18 Optimization Planners for a Human-Friendly Robot team focused on adapting an optimization based path planner which gives predictable and intuitive path, allowing the robot to move safely around humans.
Tsang-Yung Wu, Class of 2021
Tsang-Yung Wu graduated with an MEng degree in Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences in 2021. He is currently Software Engineer at Tesla. Here, he shares reflections about his time in the Berkeley MEng program and the impact he’d like to make as an engineer.
For more information, including sample course listings for EE and CS, visit the Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences website.