Cleveland State University is now accepting undergraduate applications for Fall 2020! Additionally, we’re expanding graduate offerings with a new Master of Science in Engineering Mechanics (MSEM) degree program.
For additional information on undergraduate program offerings at CSU, please visit our Cleveland State Global partnership site.
Graduate degree offerings at CSU
Monte Ahuja College of Business
Master of Information Systems (MIS)
Washkewicz College of Engineering
Master of Computer Science (MCS)
Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering (MSBME)
Master of Science in Chemical Engineering (MSCE)
Master of Science in Civil Engineering (MSCE)
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE)
Master of Science in Engineering Mechanics (MSEM)
Master of Science in Environmental Engineering (MSENV)
Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering (MSME)
Master of Science in Software Engineering (MSSE)
Academic English will also be available starting Fall 2020, expanding opportunities for students who intend to pursue an academic program but do not yet meet the required language score outlined by their program.
CSU by the numbers
At CSU, students experience hands-on, real-world learning opportunities in a major metropolitan city. Students work side by side with respected professors on cutting-edge technologies and research while enjoying a vibrant undergraduate or graduate experience. They even intern or co-op at world-renowned organizations such as the Cleveland Clinic and the NASA Glenn Research Center.
CSU’s Engaged Learning approach connects students with 3,000+ job and internship opportunities annually
CSU was ranked #18 in public universities for upward mobility and research impact (Brookings Institution, 2017)
Cleveland was ranked the 14th Most Welcoming City (New American Economy Cities Index, 2019)
Cleveland is home to eight Fortune 500 companies
For full details, check out the CSU Global website.