The School of Systems and Enterprises (SSE) at Stevens Institute of Technology is one of the largest providers of systems engineering education to the US federal government and to industries worldwide. Our graduates manage engineering and technology, and are able to address systems integration, life cycle issues, and systems thinking at the system and enterprise levels, in a market where globalization, quality, complexity and productivity are the business drivers.
Utilizing an Open Academic Model, SSE emphasizes global partnerships in systems and enterprises related research and education with industry and government to provide a highly relevant and rigorous educational experience. The Systems Engineering graduate program offers a multidisciplinary approach to engineering education by providing a blend of engineering, systems, and management subjects and prepares graduates to become technical leaders who apply a systems approach to successfully navigate and manage complex systems.
Our Systems Engineering offerings include a Doctoral Degree in Systems Engineering with optional concentrations in Space Systems Engineering, Financial Engineering, and Software Engineering; the 30-credit, Master of Engineering, prepares graduates to work effectively at the interface between engineering and management and to assume professional positions of increasing responsibility; our 12-credit Graduate Certificates are geared to practitioners and students who are interested in improving their current skills and competencies.
Message from the Program Lead
Our Systems Engineering graduate courses are designed by practitioners for practitioners. We leverage global partnerships with industry and government to provide highly relevant curriculum to develop the proficiency and experience of our students.
Bill Robinson, Industry Professor & Systems Engineering Program Lead