Current Students: Systems Engineering
The Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering is interdisciplinary and includes aspects of electrical, industrial, and mechanical engineering. The program prepares professional engineers to design and manage complex systems.
Our students come from engineering and closely related fields such as physics or mathematics.
Degree requirements include 36 credits (12 courses) made up of 18 core credits and 18 elective credits from a prescribed track or the creation of a combination of electives from multiple tracks based on professional interests. A required capstone experience includes writing a professional paper (SYSEN 594A) or completing the Advanced Systems Engineering Studio (SYSEN 594C).
- Systems Engineering Preparatory, Core, and Elective Module courses: Malvern
- Systems Engineering Preparatory, Core, and Elective Module courses: The Navy Yard