The Ph.D. prepares students to become leaders in systems engineering. Throughout the program, students produce significant academic contributions in terms of original research to the field, driving advancements and leading to improvements in energy efficiency, environmental impact, cybersecurity, and economic growth, among other areas of application for systems engineering.

Effective Fall 2019

Core Requirements
Select 7 courses from the following:21
Information Technology and Project Management
Advanced IT Project Management
Engineering Project and Program Management
Dynamics of Complex Engineering Systems
Electrical Power Engineering
Grid Integration of Wind Energy Systems
Energy Networks and Power Distribution Grids
Foundations of Systems Engineering
Engineering Optimization: Method/Application
Engineering Decision Support/Expert Systems
Overview of Systems Engineering Processes
Engineering Risk Analysis
Systems Engineering Architecture
Simulation Modeling and Experimentation
Technical Electives 118
Research
ENGR 799ADissertation: PhD33
Program Total Credits:72

A minimum of 72 credits are required to complete this program.