Founded in 1957, the Computer Science and Engineering Division at the University of Michigan is one of the oldest and most respected in the world. Four Michigan alumni – Frances Allen, Edgar Codd, Stephen Cook, and Michael Stonebraker – are ACM Turing Award recipients. Another, Larry Page, co-founded Google, one of the world's largest and most influential technology companies.
The CSE Division at Michigan offers undergraduate programs in computer science, data science, and computer engineering. Our students enjoy the advantages that come from engaging with a progressive curriculum, internationally-recognized faculty, and an intellectual community that values diversity, interdisciplinary teamwork, inclusiveness, entrepreneurial thinking, and inventiveness. Undergraduate courses allow students to explore areas that include big data, security, assistive technologies, robotics and vision, computational theory, cloud and mobile systems, embedded systems, and more.
Michigan students in computer science and engineering also enjoy the benefits that come from engaging with the broad and rich culture of the University, which is rated one of the world's top institutions and is home to 19 schools and colleges.