Berkeley's Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences (EECS) offers one of the most comprehensive research and instructional programs in this field anywhere in the world. Berkeley EECS has a particular strength in large interdisciplinary real-world system projects that bring to bear core technologies seamlessly across electrical engineering and computer science.
Each year, large numbers of students are attracted to Berkeley by the excellence of the faculty, the breadth of educational opportunities in EECS and campus-wide, and the Berkeley environment. The department's close ties to industry, coupled to its commitment to engineering research and education, ensure that students pursue challenging and significant curriculum in the course of a rigorous education.
The goal of the graduate program is to develop each student's capacity for original and incisive thinking, as well as their understanding of fundamental concepts, so that they will be positioned to solve the engineering problems of the 21st century.
Information for prospective and current undergraduate and graduate students including application and admissions information, academic services, organizations and forms.
Information for current faculty including class scheduling, course materials, academic personnel information, and grad student progress reviews, among many other things.
Overview of EECS degree programs with links to program information.
Links to course home pages, class schedules, and course-related student resources.
The Undergraduate Student Learning Initiative (USLI) is a campus-wide initiative that supports departments in establishing program level learning goals and evaluation procedures for all of our undergraduate major programs. The goal of this on-going process is to improve undergraduate education at UC Berkeley.
Outreach programs in the EECS department and on the Berkeley campus designed to encourage the development of math and science skills in pre-college students.
Practical advice, policies and detailed information about all aspects of the various degree programs.