Graduate Degree Programs > Master of Engineering
Who Should Apply
The Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) is designed for students who plan to join the engineering profession following graduation. The accelerated program is designed to develop professional engineering leaders of the future who understand the technical, economic, and social issues of technology. More information about this degree program can be found at the M.Eng. Program Description and the College of Engineering Fung Institute websites. Students planning to pursue a PhD degree should consider the Master of Science (M.S.) degree.
Please consult the M.Eng. Admissions Checklist for complete admissions requirements.
The online application and supplemental materials (letters of recommendation, GRE, and TOEFL scores) deadline is February 3, 2014. Late Applications will not be accepted. Admissions decisions will be announced by the end of March by e-mail.
Suggestions for Applicants Without a CS Degree
Although we do not require applicants to our computer science programs to have
a degree in computer science, we do expect them to have a strong technical
background equivalent to a computer science bachelors degree. Admission to
these programs requires experience in programming, algorithms, data structures,
and theory at or above the undergraduate level.
|Various Times and Locations||Info Sessions through the Fung Institute Register Here|
|September 2013 (TBD)||Info Session with EECS Department|
|February 3, 2014 11:59pm||Online Application Deadline|
|February 3, 2014 11:59pm||Online Supplemental Materials Deadline|
|February and March||Interviews (only if admissions committee has additional questions)|
|March 2014||Admissions Decisions, Via email|
|April 15, 2014||Statement of Intent to Register Deadline|
|August 2014||Capstone Project Matching, emails through the Fung Institute|
|August 2014||Mandatory Orientations, UC Berkeley Campus|
|August 2014||Classes Begin|
For the MEng program, the Fung Institute holds online info sessions. You can learn more and register here.
For the MAS-IC program (part-time, online specialized degree in integrated circuits), we will be holding online info sessions for prospective students, companies, and organizations to learn more about the program. For more information and info session registration, please visit the MAS-IC website.
Email: gradadmissions at eecs.berkeley.edu
Google Chat is currently CLOSED: The Graduate Admissions office holds online google chat sessions to answer your questions. Due to the high volume of email we receive, this will be the quickest way for you to get answers to your questions during the application period. Google chats will take place from 8:15 AM - 9:00 AM Pacific Time, and you can find us at email@example.com. Ask for an invite and we will add you.
Please read our Admissions FAQ before joining us for a chat session, and keep in mind that we are often talking to numerous students at once and questions will answered in the order they were received.
MS, MS/PhD, PhD chat schedule (8:15AM-9:00AM PST): Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday from October through December 16, 2013.
MEng, MAS-IC, 5th Year MS chat schedule (8:15AM-9:00AM PST): Every Tuesday, Thursday from October through December 16, 2013. Then, every Tuesday in January 2014.