Complex engineering projects are at the heart of modern business. In order to innovate, adapt, thrive and survive, organizations must undertake efforts that require the coordination of different teams, the understanding of complex technology and tools, and the integration of interdepartmental work processes. Leaders who can effectively manage these efforts are in high demand across many industries. The Master of Systems Engineering (MSysE) degree program prepares and qualifies students to take on such a role.
Through this focused curriculum, students will establish a solid foundation of fundamental systems engineering knowledge, learning how to apply a systems perspective to business and technology. The program is offered in two tracks, allowing students to tailor their education to their career goals. The technical track concentrates on system design, analysis, and implementation. The Engineering Management track concentrates on organization, process and management.
The MSysE delivers exceptional learning and an esteemed credential for systems engineers entering the field, engineers wishing to broaden their perspective or advance to management positions, and managers seeking the knowledge and skills necessary for engineering products and services from a systems perspective.
- Degree Requirements
|SYS/SYSE 500||Fundamentals of Systems Engineering||3|
|SYS/SYSE 530||System Requirements Analysis and Modeling||3|
|SYS/SYSE 560||Introduction to Systems Engineering Management||3|
|SYS/SYSE 625||System Quality Assurance||3|
|SYS/SYSE 697||Systems Engineering Project||3|
|SYS/SYSE 610||System Architecture Design and Modeling||3|
Engineering Management Track
|SYS/SYSE 660||Organizational Systems Management||3|
|Electives will be chosen from existing Embry-Riddle Daytona Beach and Worldwide courses in other disciplines, and must be approved by the student’s advisor or program coordinator.|
|Total Elective Credits||12|
|Total Degree Requirements||30|
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