Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (MEng)*
Graduate Record Examination (GRE)
- Not required
International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
- Minimum score required: 7
- Electronic scores send to: MIT Graduate Admissions
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
- Minimum score required: 100 (iBT) 600 (PBT)
- Institute code: 3514
- Department code: 78 or 66
IELTS exam is preferred over the TOEFL. Waiver of TOEFL/IELTS may be available.
- Artificial Intelligence
- Bioelectrical Engineering
- Circuit Design
- Computational Biology
- Computer Architecture
- Computer Graphics and Vision
- Computer Networks
- Control and Decisions Systems
- Electromagnetics, Energy, and Power
- Human Computer Interaction
- Machine Learning
- Materials, Devices, and Photonics
- Natural Language and Speech Processing
- Programming Languages
- Signal Processing
- Theoretical Computer Science
In the EECS PhD program, students are supported with a fellowship, research assistantship or teaching assistantship. The financial support provides full tuition, a monthly living stipend and medical insurance. When needed, additional departmental support is available.
Decisions on support are made after decisions on admission and are based on the information supplied in the application for admission. Any newly admitted student will automatically be considered for Department fellowships and assistantship support. Newly admitted students are also encouraged to apply to outside government and private agencies for fellowship support. Please see the EECS website for more information.
- Online application
- Statement of objectives
- Three letters of recommendation
- English proficiency exam scores
*The Master of Engineering degrees are available to MIT undergraduates only.
**The Master of Science degree is required of students pursuing a doctoral degree. If you do not have a master’s degree when you apply, you will receive that degree first before proceeding to the PhD. A terminal master’s degree is not offered.
Applicants should not send published papers or theses. Admitted students will be required to submit official transcript(s) to the EECS Graduate Office.