LaGarian S. Class of 2018, Military Servicemember

Develop a highly technical and cutting-edge understanding of the world of engineering and computing. Here, you’ll build the professional credentials to begin or advance your career in this dynamic and in-demand industry. Using both foundational knowledge and innovative research projects, you’ll explore advancements in an increasingly technical world.

The National University School of Engineering and Computing curriculum includes a comprehensive mix of bachelor’s, master’s, and certificate programs in the areas of computer science, information systems, and applied engineering. Through lessons from our faculty, many of whom work in the fields they teach, you’ll gain invaluable real-world wisdom and discover the exciting day-to-day experience of a career in tech.

Interim Dean Jodi Reeves, PhD

Meet Our Faculty

Why Choose National University?

We’re proud to be a veteran-founded, San Diego-based nonprofit. Since 1971, our mission has been to provide accessible, achievable higher education to adult learners. Today, we educate students from across the U.S. and around the globe, with over 150,000 alumni worldwide.

Four-Week Classes

Focus on one subject at a time — one month at a time — and finish your degree faster.

100+ Degree Programs

Choose from associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees, plus credentials and certificates.

On Campus or Online

Study when and where it’s convenient for you with evening, weekend, and 100% online classes.

Year-Round Enrollment

Apply or transfer any time. Classes start monthly, and applications are accepted year round.

20+ Campus Locations

Attend class onsite at one of over 20 campus locations across California or in Nevada.

Military Friendly

As a Yellow Ribbon school, we offer tuition discounts to servicemembers and dependents.

School of Engineering and Computing

“The School of Engineering and Computing fosters student creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship in classes taught by subject matter experts who actively practice what they teach.”
Jasmine Q.