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Autonomous systems

Computational theory

Cyber-physical systems

Data analytics and AI

Graph theory

Machine learning

Network security

Operating systems

Quantum computing

Secure information systems and networks

Theory of algorithms

Upcoming events



M.ENG Information Session: Statement of Purpose Workshop

9:00-10:00AM ET

Meet our masters students

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Master of Engineering in Computer Engineering

This degree is about building: quantum computing, machine learning, chip design, and more.

A higher standard of excellence


Best Graduate School of Engineering – U.S. News and World Report 2024


Best Schools for Graduate Computer Engineering – U.S. News Specialty Rankings 2024


Best Schools for Graduate Computer Science – U.S. News Specialty Rankings 2024


Sustainable Cities and Communities – THE Impact Rankings 2023


(U.S.) and #22 (Global) - Responsible Consumption and Production – THE Impact Rankings 2023


Reduced Inequalities – 
THE Impact Rankings 2023

New Campus - Opening Spring 2025

The new Virginia Tech Innovation Campus - located in Alexandria, Virginia - offers open access to an inclusive tech ecosystem at the doorstep of industry giants, and just a few miles from the nation's capital. The 3.5-acre campus is three blocks from the new Potomac Yard-VT Metro station and will feature a Cyber-Physical Lab and 2-story Drone Testing Cage.

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Enrollment success team

Patty Cardenas


Patty Cardenas

Director of Admissions
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Luisa Burgos


Luisa Burgos

Assistant Director,
Graduate Recruitment
571-289-5987 (text or call)
Schedule a meeting with me

To contact the Enrollment team, please email or call/text 571-289-5987.

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)