Impact the world for the better. Electrical and Computer Engineers create the technology that puts the smart in electronics; makes x-ray scans safer; monitors your health and fitness; networks the world; makes sense of big data; fuels the Internet of Things; monitors the earth; helps autonomous vehicles and robots navigate safely; allows us see into the body; discovers the secrets of the brain; and much more. Any area you want to be involved with can be part of your future.

Top-10 ranked for all ECE programs. Top-10 ranked programs for over 100 programs at Michigan, including medicine and law. We help get you where you want to be and make sure you learn with the best the world of Electrical and Computer Engineering has to offer. World-class faculty, students, and research staff. Classes taught by faculty – with some undergrad classes receiving additional assistance by graduate students in the labs (the best of both worlds!).

Excellent career prospects. Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering are two of the top five highest paying Bachelor's, Master's, and Ph.D. degrees by salary potential.

Breadth and depth of study. 60+ courses; 9 major design experience courses; faculty expertise in a wide range of specialties; easy collaboration across disciplines.

Excellent facilities. World class clean room facility; pervasive student computing centers, record-setting laser, 60 ft. anechoic chamber; free access to engineering software.

Wide range of entrepreneurial resources. ECE faculty - the most innovative on campus; Center for Entrepreneurship; entrepreneurial student groups.

Access to the world. Tremendous support at the College of Engineering and University of Michigan for study abroad. Over 100 study abroad programs offered on 6 continents. U-M is ranked 6 in the nation for number of students abroad - choose from over 600 destinations.

Ann Arbor. The city is always ranked one of the best places to live. Thriving dance, theater, music, and nightlife scene. Visiting and student artists; summer festival, art festival, Hill Auditorium.

The University of Michigan. See the benefits of a #1 public university with 101 top-ten ranked programs. Get involved - over 1400 student organizations to join, or start your own! Experience Big Ten sports, and participate in a wide variety of indoor and outdoor activities. 29 NCAA Division I teams. Go Blue!

Be a Wolverine for life. Think of your future! Join our huge network of highly successful alumni. Our alumni include tech leaders around the world, including Larry Page (founder of Google), Steve Mollenkopf (CEO of Qualcomm), Babak Parviz (inventor of Google Glass), Tony Fadell (iPod leader and founder of Nest), Syed Ali (CEO and founder of Cavium), Won Pyo Hong (Samsung Galaxy leader) and from an earlier time, Claude Shannon (Father of Information Theory).