TARGET DATES FOR FULL FINANCIAL CONSIDERATION:
Fall: January 15
Spring: October 15
Otherwise: Rolling admission
Required by the Office of Graduate Studies:
Required by Computer Engineering – Electrical and Computer Engineering
As Nebraska's College of Engineering, we work hand-in-hand with the booming engineering and tech industries in the state and nationally, enabling our students to develop deep connections with industry for their future careers. And, we work to create a diverse and welcoming community for our students, faculty and staff, while providing individualized support.
The doctoral program for Computer Engineering prepares students for professional and research careers in industry and academia, providing high-lvel knowledge and depth of expertise in computer engineering and telecommunications engineering.
Graduate students can experience and contribute to innovative engineering research in such areas as wireless communications, wireless sensor networks, multimedia processing, network security, optical communications, and biomedical communications engineering. They also can participate in interdisciplinary studies with other departments and programs at the University of Nebraska, including the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Office of Graduate Studies