Graduate Programs

SDSU's Engineering graduate students work closely with faculty in many research areas such as telecommunication systems, bioremediation engineering, signal processing, residual stress measurements using acoustic microscopy, high altitude unmanned aerial vehicle design, sintering polymeric powders, storm water management, and hybrid-electric vehicle design.

San Diego is known globally for its dynamic research-oriented environment and many projects involve faculty and students collaborating side-by-side with local industry.  SDSU's graduate research enjoys funding from contracts and grants from industry, state and federal government agencies, and non-profit organizations.

Master of Science Degrees (M.S.)

Master of Engineering Degree (M.Eng.)

The Master of Engineering degree prepares engineering professionals with a blended curriculum of engineering and business courses. 

Doctoral Degrees (Ph.D.)

Four doctoral degrees are offered jointly with the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) in the following areas:

Graduate Admissions

All graduate applicants must satisfy requirement for admission to the Graduate Division at San Diego State University. For more information, please visit:

Graduate and Research Affairs

Graduate Admissions