The College of Engineering offers four-year curricula leading to Bachelor of Science degrees in the disciplines of engineering, computer science, and engineering technology as well as master's and PhD degree programs. The BS programs provide broad education and training for entry to the professions and for continuing academic work toward advanced degrees. Master of Science degrees are offered in aerospace, civil, computer, electrical and mechanical engineering, and in computer science. The Master of Science in Engineering is also offered in interdisciplinary areas. The PhD in Engineering and Industrial Applied Mathematics is offered jointly with The Claremont Graduate University.
The CSU and CSULB have a long and proud tradition in providing affordable educational access to diverse and underserved populations. We do an excellent job of attracting and preparing a diverse student body that has a high ratio of underserved and first-generation, college-bound students. That part of the story is well-known. But the part of the story that is not as well known, especially when it comes to the College of Engineering, is the tremendous value of that education, and how efficiently we produce graduates who go on to solid and fulfilling careers with tremendous earning power.Read more