Master's & Doctoral Programs at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering


The Viterbi School of Engineering is one of the oldest professional schools on the USC campus and ranked amongst top graduate schools for engineering & computer science by U.S. News & World Report.

DEN@Viterbi is consistently ranked in the Top 10 for the Best Online Graduate Engineering Program - across 40+ degree programs - and Top 10 in Best Online Graduate Computer Information Technology (Computer Science) Program by U.S. News and World Report (2024).

MASTER'S PROGRAMS

Spring 2025 Semester

September 1, 2024

Fall 2024 Semester

December 15, 2023

DEN@Viterbi (Online Delivery) Deadline Extension: An application deadline extension for Fall 2024 is available for online DEN@Viterbi applicants who intend to pursue their entire degree online and do not require a visa sponsorship. Please email den@viterbi.usc.edu to request an application extension.


DOCTORAL PROGRAMS

Fall 2024 Semester

December 15, 2023


Learn more about deadlines for specific graduate programs, including guidelines for submitting an application. Visit Application Information & Steps

Have a question about applying? View our available Degree Options


Information Sessions

GENERAL  APPLICATION INFORMATION

Online webinars are held throughout the year via Zoom and hosted by Viterbi School representatives. Webinars are designed for prospective students to learn more about:

  • Master's & Ph.D. Programs
  • Application Requirements
  • Tuition & Funding

There will also be ample time for questions.

Webinars: Graduate Engineering Programs

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Meet Our Students

Discover what inspires our current engineering students.  Read from a compilation of student and alumni profiles, or chat with a current USC Viterbi School of Engineering student ambassador

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Published on February 23rd, 2017

Last updated on February 21st, 2024