Systems Thinking Perspective
Provides technical minds with the ability to see the big picture, the knowledge to understand the nature and complexity of enterprise-wide problems and the tools…
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. Systems Engineering master's 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. Systems Engineering graduates obtain positions across industries including aerospace & defense, automotive, and healthcare.