Create the Next Generation of Computing Power
A master’s degree in computer engineering is a passport to opportunity. Demand for well-trained computer engineers is high, and career opportunities span every industry. Our graduates consistently say that choosing USU for graduate school was one of the best decisions they’ve made. USU is home to award-winning faculty and internationally renowned research facilities, including the Electric Vehicle and Roadway Research Facility for electrified transportation and the Bridge Lab for advanced computer architecture.
Choose the degree path that’s right for you. All programs are offered face-to-face at the USU Logan campus.
For currently enrolled undergraduate students only.
Master of Science (MS) in Computer Engineering
- Plan A: 30 credits plus thesis. Ideal for students pursuing careers at government labs or in commercial R&D.
- Plan B: 30 credits and an engineering project. Designed for students preparing for careers requiring advanced design experience.
Master of Science (MS) in Space Systems Engineering
33 credits. No thesis required. Expand your technical knowledge with coursework in spacecraft instrumentation and control, navigation, propulsion, astrodynamics, and more.
Master of Engineering (ME)
30 credits. No thesis required. Designed for students with a BS who want to increase their technical knowledge or expand career opportunities.
A unique program designed for future leaders who have a passion for the business side of engineering.
Considering a PhD?
USU offers a Doctor of Philosophy program in electrical engineering. Doctoral students who specialize in computer engineering can create a custom education plan with a focus on computer engineering topics.
- –VLSI Design
- –Computer Architecture
- –Cyber/Physical Systems
- –Real-time Embedded Systems
Experience Utah State
Ready to Apply?
- –GRE Not Required
- –Minimum 3.0 GPA
- –Official Transcript
- –TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language Exam)
- –Letter of Recommendation
- –Statement of Purpose (approx. 750 words)
Ready to go? Before applying to the USU School of Graduate Studies, contact Tricia Brandenburg to explore current funding and enrollment opportunities.