M.S. Systems Engineering
New for fall ’18!
Offered On-Campus Only
The Master of Science in Systems Engineering is a 30 credit degree program that provides students with a thorough understanding of the systems engineering process throughout the entire life cycle, and how to improve it. From analysis of the customer’s needs through requirements definition and system development, testing and evaluation, verification and validation, to sustainment and retirement of the system, students will gain an understanding of how to design, integrate, and improve multidisciplinary engineering systems.
The program is designed for students who have the equivalent of an undergraduate degree in one of the following areas: aerospace engineering, biomedical engineering, civil engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, or a closely related field. Applicants from other fields will be considered on an individual basis and must complete appropriate prerequisite coursework in mathematics including successful completion of courses in calculus, differential equations, and probability.
The MS in Systems Engineering accommodates both full-time and part-time students. Full-time students can complete the program within a 12 month period. Part-time completion will vary based on the total number of credits taken each term. A program of study will be developed with the program coordinator which responds to student needs and the department’s plan for course scheduling.
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For academic questions/information contact:
Dr. Timothy Busch, Ph.D.
Associate Professor & Systems Engineering Program Coordinator
(315) 792-7358 | firstname.lastname@example.org
For admissions questions/information contact:
Director of Graduate Admissions
(315) 792-7347 | email@example.com