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Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering

Program Details

The Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering is designed to enhance value in today’s engineering workforce by providing a broad understanding of the roles of a systems engineer and a thorough understanding of process implementation. Systems engineering describes the highly interdisciplinary domain of scientific, technical, and managerial skills needed to evolve, verify, field and support an integrated and balanced set of system solutions designed to satisfy customer needs.


Bachelor of Science in Engineering or a closely related science discipline from an accredited institution. Overall undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or better. Evidence of mathematical maturity equivalent to completion of the following university-level coursework: Three semesters of Calculus, at least one semester beyond Calculus (Advanced Calculus or Differential Equations), Linear Algebra, Probability and Statistics. Two or more years of experience in industrial, civil, or government engineering or technical professional positions. Three letters of recommendation. Goal Statement. Resume.

Accreditation & Licensing

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission