USC Engineering: What Sets Our Grad Students Apart

Established in 1972, DEN@Viterbi, the USC Viterbi School of Engineering's online delivery system is a pioneer in the distance learning arena, using cutting-edge technology to enable professional engineers to take USC engineering courses for graduate degree credit without coming to the campus. DEN@Viterbi students enrolled around the world are pursuing over 40 graduate degree programs online — more choices than at any other research university. DEN@Viterbi breaks down geographical and scheduling barriers, allowing students to take classes anytime and anywhere, with the option for live interactivity. DEN@Viterbi students receive support from administrative and technical staff, and enjoy access to all services the Viterbi School has to offer.

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USC Engineering Cheerdance 2008

At the Viterbi School of Engineering, graduate students can earn degrees full or part time, in person or online. Full-time students can complete their degree in as little as 1.5 years. About 30 of the school’s 50 master’s programs are offered online through the USC Engineering Distance Education Network. Distance students may opt to blend their education, spending some time in classrooms and completing other work through the computer. There are also about 10 Ph.D. programs offered in areas like astronautical and electrical engineering.

USC Engineering Cheerdance 2009

It came two years after two other USC graduate engineering students from China were shot to death as they sat in a parked car together in a neighborhood adjacent to the campus in what police said was a robbery attempt gone wrong.

A USC engineering graduate student who was  near campus Thursday morning was the victim of a brutal attack.
Yannis C. Yortsos, dean of the Viterbi School said: "One hundred years ago, USC offered its first engineering courses in electrical engineering. It is only fitting that Ming Hsieh, an electrical engineering alumnus, is launching the second century of USC engineering with a magnificent gift."
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The Astani donation is the seventh multimillion-dollar donation from a USC engineering alumnus in the last six years, following earlier gifts by Andrew J. Viterbi (naming the school); Daniel J. Epstein, Ming Hsieh and John Mork (naming the departments of industrial and systems engineering, electrical engineering, and chemical engineering and materials science); Mark Stevens (creating the USC Stevens Institute) and Kenneth Klein (creating the USC Viterbi Center for Undergraduate Engineering Life).

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USC Engineering Cheerdance 2007

Hi Chris, I am planning to apply for USC electrical engineering for spring 2014. GPA 8.75/10 plus 3 yrs of exp in electronics industry . TOEFL 98 , GRE 306 and filed 3 patents. What are my admission chances.

USC Engineering Cheerdance 2003

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USC engineering alumnus Ming Hsieh, who was born and raised in northern China and went on to found a Southern California high-technology juggernaut, has donated $35 million to the University of Southern California Viterbi School of Engineering.