Systems Engineering, MS
Systems Engineering is concerned with analysis of needs and requirements, design, production, deployment, operation, maintenance, refinement, and retirement of reliable systems considering various system constraints. Systems Engineering comprises product, process, and resource management and focuses on architecture, human factors, decision support, performance and evaluation, and management.
System engineers are the visionaries who take a global perspective of the system. Whereas discipline-specific engineers deal with system components, the systems engineer is concerned with the integration of these components and the overall success of the system throughout its life cycle. Our educational and research program reflects the systems engineer’s unique perspective on the system life cycle.
The graduate program leading to the Master of Science in Systems Engineering (MSSE) emphasizes both analytical and practical aspects of engineering complex systems. Students are expected to demonstrate proficiency in using qualitative and quantitative tools relevant to systems engineering practice. The program also prepares students for careers in research and development and for pursuing advanced graduate study leading to the Ph.D. degree in Systems Engineering and Operations Research.
* This program will start from Spring 2019 semester.