Masters Systems Engineering


The Master of Science in Systems Engineering is an interdisciplinary field of study that teaches how to design, develop, lead, implement and evaluate complex systems. The program includes courses in engineering management, the science and business of systems thinking, management of innovation, leadership, systems sustainability, and managing organizational change in an interdisciplinary environment.

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The program requires completion of 45 units from the approved curriculum. Courses offered:

- Introduction to Systems Science
- Human Systems Interaction
- Supply Chain Management in Production Systems
- Systems Engineering Management
- Operations Research in System Analysis
- System Sustainability
- Systems Simulation for Managers
- Advanced Engineering Economics
- Systems Engineering Life Cycle Design
- Systems Architecture
- Emergency Systems
- Facility Planning Systems
- Healthcare Systems
- Systems Engineering Project (Terminal Requirement for MSSE program)

Masters Systems Engineering Enrollment and Degree Data.