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Electrical and Computer
Engineering (ECE)

People Powering Innovation

Electrical and Computer
Engineering (ECE)

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Division at Michigan is one of the oldest and most respected in the world.

We provide a progressive curriculum, internationally-recognized faculty, and an intellectual community that values diversity, interdisciplinary teamwork, entrepreneurial thinking, and inventiveness. Our areas of focus include:

  • smart electronics
  • energy and power
  • information
  • communication
  • automation + robotics

COVID-19 and Fall 2020

Fall 2020 will consist of a mixture of in-person and remote classes. All courses will offer purely remote options. Check out these webpages for information about our classes, COVID-19 research, response, and updates.

Fall 2020 Course Details >
ECE COVID-19 page >
College of Engineering COVID-19 site >
2020-21 Campus Maize & Blueprint >

ECE Stands for a Diverse Community

We are committed to ensuring our environment is one that celebrates and promotes diversity, equity, and inclusion for all members of the ECE and U-M community. 

ECE Stands with Black Lives Matter >
Response to GSBES Open Letter on Diversity in EECS>

Outreach & Diversity in ECE >

ECE By the Numbers

$50M+
In Research
Expenditures
1,300
Remarkable
Students
Top 10
UG and Grad
Programs
88
Award-Winning
Faculty

The Magic of ECE

Discover the world of electrical and computer engineering, where you can impact people’s lives for the better

We build technologies to make communities better.

– Camille Burke (EE senior)