Graduate Admission Deadline
A CSUF application and all supporting documents (including official transcripts from all institutions attended, marksheets, degree certificate, and official TOEFL/ IETLS/ PTE sores) must be received by the ECS Graduate and International Admissions Office by November 18, 2016 for both international students and domestic applicants. Please visit the ECS Graduate and International Admissions website for more information.
Upcoming & Current Events
- Commencement 2017: Dates and locations for College/Department ceremonies will be available on Monday, April 3.
ECS Inter-Club Council Positions Open!
Are you seeking an engaging leadership experience supporting the student organizations in the College of Engineering & Computer Science? Nominate yourself or others to run for a position in the ECS Inter-Club Council!
Available Positions for the 2017-2018 academic year include: Chair, Vice Chair, Director of Finance , Events Coordinator
- ECS ICC Meeting is Wednesday, March 22, 2017
- Time: 11:30a-12:30p
- Where: CSUF Housing - Pine 111
Questions or Interested?
Contact: Rachel Langenfeld, ECS-ICC Chair: firstname.lastname@example.org OR
Yvette Legaspi, ECS-ICC Vice Chair: email@example.com
Want to join a club? There are plenty of ECS Student Chapters to choose from!
President Mildred García held an open forum with faculty and staff from the College of Engineering and Computer Science (ECS). During the forum, attendees were encouraged to engage in open dialogue regarding CSU-wide initiatives, and CSUF goals and programs.
ECS alumnus Bill Ruh '83, '84 was recently honored at Cal State Fullerton’s Vision & Visionaries dinner and celebration. Having received the Distinguished Alumnus Award, Ruh is an example of the type of success alumni can work towards while building their careers. While at CSUF he earned a B.S., and M.S. in computer science.
Cal State Fullerton’s online master’s degree in engineering offerings earned the No. 26 ranking on the list of “2017 Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs” evaluated by U.S. News. The College of Engineering and Computer Science program is the top-ranked program in the California State University system and third in California, behind UCLA and USC