The Ph.D. in Computer Engineering creates future leaders in the thriving field of computer engineering. Under the tutelage of renowned computer engineering faculty, graduates of this program will produce significant contributions and original research to advance next generation electronics and computing.

Offering a highly customizable curriculum, this program focuses on the following areas: biomedical engineering, communications and signal processing, computer engineering, controls and robotics, electric power and energy systems, electromagnetics and remote sensing, and lasers, optics, and applications.

Students pursuing a Ph.D. in Computer Engineering will complete a research-oriented plan of study involving a thesis and coursework. Interested applicants should refer to CSU's Graduate and Professional Bulletin and the website for the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department.

Effective Spring 2017

M.S. EARNED
M.S. Degree30
Regular Courses 118
ECE 799Dissertation24
Program Total Credits:72
NO M.S. EARNED
Regular Courses 1, 239
ECE 799Dissertation 333
Program Total Credits:72