Carnegie Mellon University

Academics

Despite the number of such departments around the country, very few prospective students know what electrical and computer engineers do. Electrical and computer engineering integrates many disciplines from electrical engineering and computer science under a common umbrella.

Wherever the electrons or computers are—that is where we are.

Graduate studies

There are two graduate degrees available in ECE, the Master's of Science and Ph.D. Included as part of these degree programs is the ability to complete your studies at various campuses throughout the world.

M.S. in ECE M.S. in SE M.S./MBA in ECE Ph.D. in ECE
  • Pittsburgh
  • Silicon Valley
  • Africa
  • Thailand
  • Silicon Valley
  • Portugal
  • Pittsburgh
  • Portugal
  • Thailand
  • Washington, D.C.

Undergraduate studies

The B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering is a broad and highly flexible degree program structured to provide students with the smallest set of constraints consistent with a rich and comprehensive view of the profession. It is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org/. Students are encouraged and stimulated to explore multiple areas of theory and application. Read more about our programs and objectives.

IDeATe: Integrative Design, Arts, and Technology

Carnegie Mellon’s diverse and top-ranked departments in computing, engineering, design, and arts are uniquely positioned to serve students who have interdisciplinary interests bridging technology and creative practice. The IDeATe concentrations and minors connect students and faculty from across the university through coursework and collaborative studio experiences. As an engineering student at Carnegie Mellon, you will have the opportunity to integrate in your degree a concentration or minor in one of eight creative industry areas: Game Design, Animation & Special Effects, Media Design, Learning Media, Sound Design, Entrepreneurship for Creative Industries, Intelligent Environments, or Physical Computing. For more information, please visit the IDeATe website.

 Fellowships

Below is the list of student fellowship recipients for the 2021-2022 academic year.

Jack and Mildred Bowers Scholarship Fund in Engineering Shreyas Chaudhari
Michel and Kathy Doreau Graduate Fellowship in Electrical and Computer Engineering Zhuoyuan (Jacob) Wang
Fritsch Family Fellowship Amanda Merkley
William J. Happel Fellowship Nathan Serafin
Benjamin Garver Lamme/Westinghouse Graduate Fellowship Aayushya Agrawal
Benjamin Garver Lamme/Westinghouse Graduate Fellowship Fahimeh Dehghan
Benjamin Garver Lamme/Westinghouse Graduate Fellowship Natalie Janosik
Benjamin Garver Lamme/Westinghouse Graduate Fellowship Ankush Jain
Ann and Martin McGuinn Graduate Fellowship Milind Srivastava
Ann and Martin McGuinn Graduate Fellowship Brian Singer
Nicholas Minnici Dean's Graduate Fellowship in Electrical and Computer Engineering Shicong Cen
Hsu Chang Memorial Fellowship Alireza Chamanzar
Leo Finzi Memorial Fellowship Laixi Shi
Bob Lee Gregory Fellowship MeeDm Bossard
Axel Berny Graduate Fellowship Jingwei Li
Ben Cook Graduate Fellowship Yuyi Shen
Tan Endowed Graduate Fellowship Anqi Yang
Lee-Stanziale Ohana Endowed Fellowship Mansi Sood
Prabhu and Poonam Goel Graduate Fellowship Yoshi Takahima
James Sprague Presidential Fellowship Zabur Ahmed
Wei Shen and Xuehong Zhang Presidential Fellowship Li Boyue
Wei Shen and Xuehong Zhang Presidential Fellowship Laixi Shi
Liang Ji-Dian Anqi Yang
Neil and Jo Bushnell Alireza Chamanzar
David Barakat and LaVerne Owen-Barakat Fellowship Eray Can Elumar
David Barakat and LaVerne Owen-Barakat Fellowship Divyansh Jhunjhunwala
Michael S. Phillips and Caroline B. Huang Fellowship Junbo Zhang