Engineering Management brochure

Data-driven insights and analytics are facilitating and optimizing intelligent decision-making across industries today.

“By 2018, the United States will experience a shortage of 190,000 skilled data scientists, and 1.5 million managers and analysts....driving the demand for skilled data practitioners.”

McKinsey Global Institute

Intended to meet the need for professionals who can harness complex data and convert it into meaningful information, the master's in systems analytics at the School of Systems and Enterprises is providing students with expertise in visualizing, manipulating and extracting important concepts from systems data, and complementing it with traditional systems decision-making.

The master’s degree equips students with state-of-the art data visualization and knowledge extraction techniques for the purpose of analyzing trends, assessing risk, discovering patterns, and building decision models that can better develop, maintain and improve complex engineering systems and enterprises.

Program Highlights

  • Home to state-of-the-art Center of Complex Systems & Enterprises (CCSE) lab where real data and visualizations are developed and merged
  • Flexible learning options - on-campus or highly interactive e-Learning method designed to challenge and engage students, while remaining convenient for working professionals or onsite at corporate sponsor locations
  • Positioned minutes from New York City, the world's financial hub and home to thousands of tech companies
  • Internships at major institutions: Accenture, AT&T, Cisco, IBM and Verizon
  • Faculty with significant industry and academic experience