Systems Engineering

Systems Engineering

Established in 1961 as the nation’s first department of systems engineering, the Department of Systems and Industrial Engineering (SIE) has been consistently recognized internationally for its innovative contributions to large-scale system design involving human, technological, and informational assets. Graduates of our programs have gone on to create complex, interconnected systems for leading organizations around the world, driving exciting, reliable new developments.

Apart from being accomplished educators and researchers, our faculty have been involved in numerous projects requiring the use of large-scale systems across a wide variety of industries, including space and aeronautics, defense, transportation, manufacturing, energy, water, infrastructure, and homeland security. You’ll have the opportunity to connect directly with these groundbreaking leaders in the field, benefiting from their practical, real-world expertise.

With incredible technological advances being made in the field of software and systems development each and every day, there’s never been a more exciting time to pursue the real-world skills necessary to lead in this industry. Each program examines more than just technical skills, offering in-depth examinations of leadership and business fundamentals that can help you confidently pursue new professional opportunities.

To learn more about our online programs in systems engineering, click the links below:

Master of Science in Systems Engineering
Graduate Certificate in Systems Engineering

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