Gain the in-demand computer engineering skills you need to lead in rapidly evolving fields like cybersecurity, the Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning, and artificial intelligence (AI).

In the Stevens computer engineering Ph.D. program, you’ll develop a strong repertoire of knowledge and techniques, learning to develop models, algorithms and architectures and using them to solve a variety of challenges. Then, you’ll apply that expertise alongside faculty innovators who are advancing the principles and practices that enable today’s complex computer hardware, software, digital, electronics and wireless communications systems. All the while, you’ll have access to state-of-the-art facilities such as the HUDSONLab, which focuses on fundamental challenges in chip design, data science, AI and IoT, and the AISecLab, which focuses on analytics and information security for complex systems.

The Stevens Advantage

Stevens computer engineering Ph.D. graduates are highly regarded in academia, with many alumni going on to careers as research fellows and faculty at other institutions. Additionally, Stevens’ proximity to New York City offers ample opportunities for networking in fields like technology, telecommunications, defense, consulting, finance and government.