Cultivating Thought Leaders
Princeton's doctoral program in electrical and computer engineering draws top students from across the United States and around the world.
Most candidates enter the program directly after completing an undergraduate degree in engineering, science or mathematics. Prospective students should familiarize themselves with the faculty and the variety of our research. Strong applicants have a firm grasp of who we are and what we do. Admission is highly selective. Learn how to apply.
Bringing Great Minds Together
Students play a vital role in bringing together collaborative projects. Ph.D. candidates frequently have more than one adviser.
Integrating End-to-End Solutions
Our work begins at the basic level to develop whole new classes of technological application that impact society at large.
Big Community, Small Groups
With a 5-to-1 student-faculty ratio, and around 170 total graduate students, Princeton boasts a Ph.D. program with the best of both worlds: close mentorship from faculty advisers and a large community of peers.
Students maintaining good progress receive full financial support throughout the duration of the program, including a generous stipend for living expenses. No fees, no tuition.