The programs leading to the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree are designed to develop the student’s ability to perform research or high-level design in Systems Engineering, Engineering Management and/or Socio-Technical Systems.
Doctoral Programs Overview
The Ph.D. degree program in Systems Engineering is designed to develop the ability of the student to perform high-impact research and high-level design that will contribute significantly to the advancement and growth of the field of systems engineering.
The Ph.D. degree program in Engineering Management trains students to become successful researchers, practitioners and educators in the management of engineering and technology.
The Ph.D. degree program in Socio-Technical Systems trains students to understand and develop solutions for problems involving systems and enterprises that are socio-technical in nature (e.g., including the human element in understanding the qualitative and quantitative process of evolving the enterprise/system).