Graduate study in Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan provides the opportunity for motivated and exceptional students to join world-class faculty in exploring and expanding the field of computing. Housed at a prestigious, world-renowned University with 19 highly-acclaimed schools and colleges, our graduate programs provide virtually limitless possibilities for breakthroughs in multidisciplinary, world-changing research.
Application for graduate study is made through the UM Rackham Graduate School. Clicking the button below will take you to the Rackham website's Admissions page.
A Ph.D. in computer science and engineering can lead to a faculty position at a leading teaching institution. It can also help secure a position at a research institute or industrial lab. The program involves coursework and independent research culminating in a dissertation.
The master’s degree is intended for students desiring to substantially advance their knowledge and skill in the field, with a relatively small investment in time that can lead to greater professional opportunities. Students studying for a master’s degree may also have the opportunity to continue their studies and pursue a Ph.D.