Graduate & Professional Programs

The Viterbi School of Engineering is one of the oldest professional schools on the USC campus and is consistently ranked among the top graduate engineering programs by U.S. News & World Report and the Academic Ranking of World Universities. DEN@Viterbi is currently ranked the #1 Online Graduate Computer Technology (Computer Science) Program and #2 Online Graduate Engineering Program – across 40+ degree programs – by U.S. News and World Report.

Application Deadlines

 

Master’s Programs

Fall 2018 Scholarship Consideration Deadline: December 15, 2017

Fall 2018 Final Deadline: January 17, 2018*
*DEN@Viterbi Applicants: Please contact DEN@Viterbi.usc.edu to request an application extension for Fall 2018.

Doctoral Programs
Fall 2018: December 15, 2017

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UPCOMING PREVIEW EVENTS

Biomedical Engineering Doctoral Preview Day
April 13, 2018

Biomedical Engineering Preview Day is the Viterbi School’s visitation day for prospective students interested in pursuing a doctoral degree in Biomedical Engineering. Attendess learn more about the program, meet faculty, and visit poster sessions during the Grodin’s Research Symposium.

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Computer Science Doctoral Preview Day
April 27, 2018

Computer Science Preview Day is the Viterbi School’s visitation day for prospective students interested in pursuing a doctoral degree in Computer Science. Attendees will learn more about the program, meet faculty, and visit labs.

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REACH Preview Program
Apply by February 15

Selective visitation preview program targeted to traditionally underrepresented students interested in pursuing graduate studies in an engineering or related field.

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Upcoming Information Sessions

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USC Viterbi School of Engineering Announces 2018 Commencement Speakers

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How do you upgrade an archaic biomedical device? Make it “self-aware”

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