California State University awards more than half of the
state’s baccalaureate degrees in engineering,
including a significant percentage of graduates to fill
professional needs in California’s critical information
technology and electronics industries. In total, the CSU
produces 40 percent of the state’s computer and electronics
In addition to computer and electronic engineering graduates,
the CSU also produces 41 percent of the state’s information
technology grads, including more than 50 percent of the
general computer and information sciences graduates.
The CSU graduates agricultural engineers along with graduates
in engineering disciplines and fields, such as architectural,
aerospace, chemical, electrical, electronics, computer,
biomedical, materials, metallurgical and manufacturing.
centers and institutes focus on research and training—California
is world-renowned for its computer and electronics engineering
innovations. CSU campuses focus on the needs of local companies
and build programs in partnership with industry representatives.
Participating companies supply internships and scholarships,
sponsor research and consult on testing, evaluation and
adoption of new technologies.