The Systems Engineering degree is a multidisciplinary program that includes a blend of engineering, systems thinking, and management subjects. Graduates from this program will be prepared to work effectively at the interface between engineering and management and to assume professional positions of increasing responsibility. The Master's program consists of ten courses (six core and four advisor directed elective
One SYS Elective in a quantitative course to include SYS/SDOE 611, SYS 645, SYS/SDOE 660, SYS 681, SYS 670, or other as approved by your advisor. Students wishing to pursue the thesis option will take 6 credit hours of SYS 900 and not take SYS 800 and the SYS elective. All students admitted to the program at SSE starting Summer 07 will be required to complete the SYS 800 course.
Systems Engineering Courses