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Talent in the tech field is in demand. Through the Virginia Tech Master of Engineering Program, you can enhance your skills in computer science or computer engineering in as little as one year. Scholarships available!

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Master of Engineering in Computer Engineering

This degree is about building: Quantum Computing, Machine Learning, Chip Design, and more.

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Master of Engineering in Computer Science

This degree is about programming: Application, database, webpage development, and more.

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Overlapping Concentrations

  • Cybersecurity
  • Machine learning
  • Network security
  • Signal processing
  • Cyber-physical systems
  • Autonomous systems
  • Operating systems
  • Computational theory
  • Graph theory
  • Theory of algorithms
  • Software security



Earn your degree in as little as one year. Scholarships available to eligible applicants. Contact our Enrollment Success team by phone or email, or review frequently asked questions.

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Enrollment Success Team



Dannette Gomez Beane
AVP Enrollment Management
Innovation Campus

Luisa Burgos


Luisa Burgos
Assistant Director, Graduate Recruitment
Innovation Campus

Robin Jones

Student Support

Robin Jones
AVP Student Services
Innovation Campus 



Samantha Pipkin
Program Coordinator
MEng Program
Computer Science
College of Engineering

Application Deadlines

Spring 2023

  • International Oct. 1
  • Domestic Nov. 1

Fall 2023

  • International March 1
  • Priority* March 1

*Priority admission means this is your best opportunity to get an offer based on space and scholarship consideration.

Rolling Admission through June 1st space available

Undergraduate/Graduate 4+1 Master’s Deadline

  • May 15

More about Virginia Tech

Department of Computer Science

  • Approximately $12M in annual research funding from NSF, DOE, DOD, NIH, DOT, government labs (e.g., Oak Ridge, Argonne, Los Alamos)
  • International award winners in 3D User Interfaces
  • Award winning alumnae in diversity in computing 
  • Expert consulting of cyberattack

Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Transforming wireless connections for connected cities
  • 9 Shanghai Ranking’s National Ranking of Academic Subjects (EE)
  • U.S. News and World Report graduate programs: T19 (EE), T18 (CPE)
  • 4th largest ECE department in the U.S.
  • 140 teaching faculty
  • NSF 2019 research expenditures report ranked ECE in 7th place nationally ($60.8M)