Systems Engineering M.ENG.
The School of Systems & Enterprises’ (SSE’s) Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Systems Engineering program affords students the opportunity to develop the knowledge necessary to design, operate and maintain cutting-edge systems in an increasingly complex, globally interconnected business and policy environment.
The technical leaders of tomorrow enroll in SSE — one of the nation’s first schools dedicated to systems science and engineering — to acquire the multidisciplinary skills and approaches to spearhead systems integration, address life cycle issues and other complexities and stand out in a market where globalization, quality, complexity and productivity are business drivers. Students can expect a blend of engineering, technology and management training, and proximity to research opportunities through the Systems Engineering Research Center (SERC), a University-Affiliated Research Center (UARC) of the U.S. Department of Defense, and the Center for Complex Systems & Enterprises (CCSE), an interdisciplinary research hub focused on complex enterprise systems in the aerospace & defense, artificial intelligence (AI)/machine learning applications, healthcare and transportation & logistics domains. Graduates obtain positions across industries including aerospace & defense, automotive, and healthcare.
Systems Engineering Application Requirements
$60 nonrefundable fee.
Two letters of recommendation, submitted electronically through the online application system.
Official college transcripts from all institutions attended. Transcripts must be submitted in sealed envelopes and mailed directly to Stevens. If official documents are unavailable, unofficial documents can be uploaded through the online application system for initial review only. However, applicants will not be fully admitted until all official documents have been received.
GRE test score.
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The program consists of ten (10) courses (30 credits): six (6) required core courses, three (3) electives and a project or thesis. Three of these six required core courses are selected from one of four concentration areas.