Become a sought-after expert with cutting-edge knowledge and strong professional connections.

The M.S. in Computer Engineering at Stevens offers you the ideal mix of theory, applied research and technical knowledge — everything you need to pursue a career on the cutting edge of design and development. At Stevens, you’ll work with recognized leaders in the field, perform exciting research in top industry labs and study the most advanced frontiers in computer science and electrical engineering.

Just 15 minutes from downtown Manhattan, Stevens also provides you with excellent career networking opportunities. Our award-winning co-op program gives you invaluable experience in the workplace and many of our graduates go directly to Wall Street or major tech firms after the program. By the end of the program, you’ll have impressive accomplishments in hardware and software development under your belt — as well the highly respected reputation of a Stevens engineering degree.

Work With Top Faculty

Renowned Faculty

At Stevens, you’ll work with renowned faculty members, including National Academy of Engineering (NAE) members, IEEE Fellows, major grant recipients, patent holders and editors of prestigious journals. Many of our faculty, staff and researchers consult with companies such as Microsoft, IBM, Google, Bell Labs, AT&T Labs, and other top industry labs.

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Engineering Great Careers

Discover how a master’s in electrical engineering from Stevens helps you reach higher levels of leadership in your career.

Who Should Apply

We welcome applicants who have a passion for designing, building and developing the next generation of electronic devices and protocols to enhance society.

Application Requirements

Applicants must have a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering or computer engineering with a minimum grade point average of 3.0. Applicants from other disciplines (such as engineering, physics or mathematics) must complete prerequisite courses and have an exceptional academic background to be considered. GRE scores are required for all applicants. In addition, the Master of Science in Computer Engineering requires the completion of a master's thesis, which is optional for the Master of Engineering in Computer Engineering degree.
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Location On Campus

The Schaefer School of Engineering & Science
McLean Hall, Room 418
1 Castle Point Terrace
Hoboken, NJ 07030

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Department Leaders

Cristina Comaniciu Associate Professor & EE Graduate Program Director (RESEARCH INTERESTS: Wireless networks, cross-layer design, game theoretic methods, multiuser detection)