Admitted CECS Graduate Students
The information below provides the next steps as you prepare to begin your studies in the College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS).
Upcoming Orientation Sessions and who needs to attend:
- CECS New Graduate Students Orientation
- recommended for all CECS Master's
- mandatory for all Ph.D. and D.Eng. students
- CECS New Ph.D. Students Program Orientation
- mandatory for all CECS Ph.D.
- New CECS Graduate Student Instructor (GSI) Teaching Orientation
- Mandatory for all new CECS Ph.D. Students and master's students with a GSI appointment
CECS Upcoming Orientations Information
The CECS Graduate Students Orientation will provide you with valuable information on CECS programs, important academic policies, academic code of conduct, library engineering resources, CECS online courses, Graduate Student Services, and scholarships information.
The CECS Graduate Student Orientation is mandatory for all first-time UM-Dearborn Doctoral students.
CECS Overall Graduate Student Orientation for all New CECS Graduate Students:
The CECS Welcome and Overview Orientation Session will take place on Friday, January 7th @ 1 p.m.
Link to event: https://umich.zoom.us/j/93676911972
Individual Department Orientations for Masters Students:
Department Breakout Sessions information times are below:
Computer and Information Science (Master's Students Only) 2:15pm- 3:00pm
CIS Department- https://umich.zoom.us/j/94383050235
Programs included: Artificial Intelligence, Computer & Information Science, Cybersecurity & Information Assurance, Data Science, and Software Engineering.
Electrical and Computer Engineering (Master's Students Only) 2:15pm- 3:00pm
Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering (Master's Students Only) 3:30pm- 4:30pm
IMSE Department- https://umich.zoom.us/j/97340311387
Programs included: Engineering Management, Industrial & Systems Engineering, Information Systems & Technology, Manufacturing Systems Engineering, Human-Centered Design & Engineering, Program & Project Management and MSE in ISE and MBA (Dual Degree).
Mechanical Engineering (Master's Students Only) 2:15pm- 3:00pm
If you have any questions regarding the orientation please contact Deidra Berry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CECS Doctoral Programs Student Orientation will provide you with valuable information on your journey, important academic policies, and information for the GSI/GSRA appointment.
The general session is followed by department program-specific information and expectations.
The CECS Doctoral Programs Orientation is mandatory for all new Ph.D. students.
Event will start at 10:00 a.m. and will end @ 12:00 p.m.
Link to the Doctoral Orientation is: https://umich.zoom.us/meeting/95670618339
If you have any questions regarding the orientation please contact email@example.com
New CECS graduate student instructors (GSIs) are REQUIRED to attend a teaching orientation.
This is one of two mandatory orientations for CECS Ph.D. students.
If you have any questions regarding the teaching orientation please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Before registering, please contact your faculty advisor. You and your faculty advisor should review your transcript against the program curriculum to determine what courses you need to complete. The curriculum and the Plan of Study are both on the program website. Below are the links for each program.
It is recommended that each of you work on the Plan of Study with your faculty advisor to chart the specific courses you need to complete for your program. The Program Director and the department's Graduate Program Coordinator can also assist if you have questions. For registration questions, please contact the Graduate Program Coordinators.
|CIS Program||ECE Program||IMSE Program||ME Program|
|Doctor of Engineering|
|D.Eng ASM Program||D.Eng ECE Program|
International students: If you register for Fall and are unable to attend due to VISA issues, please withdraw from your courses. If you have any issues, please contact your department staff for assistance.
If you have specific registration questions or questions about your specific degree program, please contact your department graduate staff directly.