Dual Masters Degree

Joint Programs

The SSE in partnership with the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Nanyang Technical University (NTU), Singapore, offers a dual degree program leading to Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering (through Stevens) and a Master of Science in Systems and Project Management (through NTU). The program mission is to prepare graduates in the twin competencies of systems engineering and project management, both sharing a common complex systems thinking and perspective. The dual degree program aims to broadening the participants' educational experience and prepare them for a successful career in leadership positions in delivering systems-based products, services and solutions to the industries, businesses and government especially with countries in or have interest in developing businesses in Southeast Asia, India, and China. Students should apply to their perspective host universities.  Cohorts are accepted for both the fall and spring terms.  The program is designed to be a resident program with students spending a minimum of one semester at the non-host university.  To meet the degree requirements, candidates must earn 30 course credits by taking five courses from Stevens and four courses from NTU plus an independent study project. Students should take the following courses from the SSE:
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While studying at NTU candidates must select four of the following System and Project Management courses:

  • M6141 Quality Engineering
  • M6205 Systems Simulation & Modeling
  • M6601 Human Factors Engineering
  • MA6546 Enterprise IT/IS Project Management
  • L6103 Supply Chain: Strategy and Design
  • M6547 Management of Complex Engineering Projects
  • M6426 Management of Technology and Innovation
  • M6548 Project Estimation and Cost Management

Independent Study requirement: All students must participate in an independent study under the guidance of Stevens Institute of Technology and NTU faculty advisors. MA6700 Dissertation; OR MA6701 Independent Study CONTACT: For more information, please contact the Student and Faculty Care Center at sfcc@stevens.edu.

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