Date: Friday, April 8th

About the Program

The University of Southern California-Viterbi School of Engineering is proud to present the second annual CSU@USC Visitation Day!

This program will take an overall look at the engineering graduate school experience. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with current students, faculty and staff, and will walk away with an understanding of Masters & PhD programs in engineering and computer science. Our goal is to provide the pathways and tools needed for CSU students to pursue advanced studies and their academic careers.

Program Highlights

Participants will have the opportunity to:

  • Learn about the 13 Doctoral programs and over 60 Master’s programs in engineering and computer science
  • Acquire insight on how graduate school can aid in your future goals
  • Gain knowledge on how to prepare and apply to graduate school
  • Engage with current engineering graduate students, faculty, and staff 
  • Find out about summer research opportunities 
  • Benefit from special presentations and workshops by engineering faculty and staff
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  • All students currently attending school in the Cal State University (CSU) system  
  • We encourage students majoring in engineering, computer science, applied mathematics, or physical sciences (biology, chemistry, physics) to join. Students outside of STEM are also welcome to join to learn more about our interdisciplinary data science programs.
  • Interest is particularly encouraged from students who are Black/African American, Latino/Chicano American, and Native American




Friday April 8th:

9:30am             Check-In (Gerontology Outdoor Plaza)

10:00am           Welcome

10:15am          Graduate School Overview/Programs

11:00am           Viterbi Faculty Panel

12:00pm           Lunch with Academic Departments/Student Panel

2:00pm             Campus Tour/Lab Tours



Friday April 8th

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The USC Viterbi School of Engineering takes pride as a preeminent engineering institution in sharing the responsibility of producing high-quality and diverse graduates fully reflective of our pluralistic society to fulfill the 21st century technical workforce needs of this country and the global community at large. Through our world-class faculty, rich academic programs, and stellar student services and mentoring resources, we are committed to attracting, retaining, training, graduating and placing outstanding men and women students from all backgrounds and demographic sectors of our multi-cultural, diverse world. Engineering professionals that are life-long learners and equipped with a diversified skill set are best suited to discover, integrate, and adapt to new knowledge and experiences dynamically and effectively as the technology, culture, and needs of the global society continue to evolve. The Viterbi School strives to be a national and international leader in their quest.

Questions? Contact Juli Legat at legat@usc.edu.

Published on February 14th, 2020

Last updated on May 30th, 2023