Get the skills you need to solve challenging engineering problems at a systems level in a wide variety of fields, including aerospace, energy, environment, natural resources, and bioscience/health.
Our unique and innovative systems engineering degree programs have been shaped by input from industry and government leaders. Preparing you to meet industry demands with immediately applicable knowledge, these degrees cover critical topics such as risk analysis, project management, support systems, and systems engineering processes.
Graduates of our master's in systems engineering programs will be capable of designing and managing complex multidisciplinary engineering systems, with a rigorous systems engineering approach. The research component of the thesis- and dissertation-based M.S. and Ph.D. programs equip you with cutting edge skills in specific focus areas, preparing you for future career opportunities.
The Ph.D. prepares students to become leaders in systems engineering and energy systems. Throughout your program, you produce significant academic and industry contributions in terms of original research to the field, driving advancements and leading to improvements in energy efficiency, environmental impact, job creation, and economic growth.