Capable systems leaders are in demand in the 21st century. Engineers, who have both the technical knowledge to design cutting edge systems and the skills to operate, and maintain them in an increasingly complex, globally interconnected business and policy environment.
As the largest provider of systems engineering education to the U.S. federal government and to industries worldwide, the master's in systems engineering from the School of Systems & Enterprises (SSE) teaches the multidisciplinary skills and approaches needed to architect, design and manage complex technical systems and processes throughout their life cycles.
"The systems engineering graduate curriculum is a perfect balance of systems theory and practice, and students have the unique opportunity to work on real-world problems."
The program provides students with the right blend of engineering, technology and management training, and prepares graduates to become technical leaders who apply a systems approach to successfully navigate and manage complex systems. Our graduates are able to address systems integration, life cycle issues and systems thinking at the system and enterprise levels, in a market where globalization, quality, complexity and productivity are the business drivers.
- Home to Systems Engineering Research Center (SERC), the National Center of Excellence in Systems Engineering funded by the Department of Defense
- Largest provider of systems engineering education to the U.S. government and the defense industry worldwide
- 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
- Internships at leading private and government institutions: Accenture, AT&T, FAA, Lockheed Martin, NASA, Northrup Grumman, U.S. Air force and U.S. Army
- World-renowned and industry-connected faculty