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Undergraduate Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Michigan. Michael P. Wellman Professor & Associate Chair, CSE. CSE @ Michigan. A division within the Dept of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science 50 faculty Four undergraduate programs: Computer Engineering

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Undergraduate computer science engineering at the university of michigan

Undergraduate Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Michigan

Michael P. Wellman

Professor & Associate Chair, CSE


Cse @ michigan

CSE @ Michigan

  • A division within the Dept of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

  • 50 faculty

  • Four undergraduate programs:

    • Computer Engineering

    • Computer Science (Engineering)

    • Computer Science (LSA)

    • Computational Informatics (LSA)

  • ~600 total majors


Cs what s after the intro

CS: What’s after the Intro?


Technical electives

Technical Electives

  • 30 CH required, incl. 16 designated “upper-level CS”

  • Many ULCS options to choose

    • Software & interactive systems: Object-oriented prog, s/w engineering, graphics, user interfaces, game development

    • Infrastructure: Operating systems, networks, compilers, database management

    • Web technology: Web databases, security, electronic commerce

    • Hardware: Microprocessor-based systems, computer architecture, logic circuit synthesis

    • Artificial Intelligence: Intro AI, machine learning, robotics, language processing

    • Theory: Algorithms, cryptography, formal verification


Beyond taking classes

Beyond Taking Classes

  • Student Groups

  • Undergraduate research

  • Internships

  • Teaching: Instructional Aides


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