Designed for aspiring tech professionals, Vanderbilt’s collaborative online program emphasizes applicable computer science and software engineering concepts while covering a breadth of technical subject areas. This comprehensive exploration of the field through hands-on learning will prepare you with the skills needed to solve complex technological problems.
Complete in as few as 12 months
Apply what you learn directly to your career
Learn in live online classes
Network with diverse classmates
Students who are admitted to and enroll in the January 2021 or May 2021 cohort will receive a $30,000 tuition scholarship.
Vanderbilt is ranked No. 15 in the United States by U.S. News & World Report.¹
In addition to its renown as a top university, Vanderbilt is one of the top 20 Most Innovative Universities in the world according to Reuters, recognized for its cross-disciplinary research and collaboration that solves real-world problems.² As a student, you will become a part of this mission to produce real change through creative engineering innovations.
The program offers a rigorous curriculum that focuses on essential computer science knowledge through six key subject areas:
You will also develop cross-disciplinary skills and explore emerging topics such as artificial intelligence and cyber-physical systems.
All online classes are held live and are taught by expert Vanderbilt faculty. You will also have access to a collaborative learning platform that features:
You will also receive a Global Access WeWork membership. Your membership includes access to any location, and these alternative workspaces can be used to study, complete coursework, and collaborate with Engineering@Vanderbilt students in your program.
Take the next step toward developing the skills for a computer science career today.
¹ U.S. News & World Report, National University Rankings in 2020. www.usnews.com/best-colleges/rankings/national-universities. Accessed May 2020.
² Reuters, The World's Most Innovative Universities 2019. https://www.reuters.com/innovative-universities-2019. Accessed May 2020.