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Master of Systems Engineering
MASTER OF
Systems Engineering

Advancement Through Knowledge

Now that you’ve mastered your engineering specialty, are you looking to broaden your skill set by taking on additional technical and managerial responsibilities? Or maybe you’re already a manager but need a stronger understanding of system design, development and application across your organization?

At Embry-Riddle Worldwide, we offer two unique systems engineering tracks:

  • The technical track concentrates on system design, analysis and implementation.
  • The engineering management track covers organization, process and management.

Students choose which track best suits their needs. Regardless of which track you pursue, your Master of Systems Engineering will give you the knowledge needed to effectively manage complex projects for a variety of customers.

The fact that I support a systems engineering program, and I have a much better understanding of what’s going on technically, is reflective of the quality of education I’ve received from Embry-Riddle in Systems Engineering. I think this program is great - I try to recruit my friends.

Brian Delf, Boeing employee
systems engineering student, Huntsville Campus

Industry Stats


$89,000
is the average salary of systems engineers with a master's degree. Nationally, systems engineer salaries for job postings are 44 percent higher than average salaries for all job postings.
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