The Doctor of Engineering in Systems Engineering degree will include core studies in systems engineering and its applications to complex systems in a working environment. Curriculum includes professional and applied/translational courses, a systems engineering practicum, and a dissertation to assist working professionals attain a higher level of value to their organizations.

Effective Fall 2019

Required Courses:
ENGR 501Foundations of Systems Engineering 13
ENGR 502Engineering Project and Program Management 13
or CIS 600 Information Technology and Project Management
or CIS 670 Advanced IT Project Management
ENGR 530Overview of Systems Engineering Processes 13
ENGR 531Engineering Risk Analysis 13
Applied Required Course:
ENGR 786Applied Systems Engineering Practicum9
Professional Required Course:
ENGR 710Leadership/Innovation in Systems Engineering3
Technical Electives – Select 3 credits from the following: 23
Engineering Optimization: Method/Application
Engineering Decision Support/Expert Systems
Dynamics of Complex Engineering Systems
Systems Engineering Architecture
Simulation Modeling and Experimentation
Applied Electives – Select 3 credits from the following: 23
Business Systems and Processes
Quantitative Business Analysis
Business Intelligence
Applied Data Mining and Analytics in Business
Professional Electives – Select 3 credits from the following: 23
Leadership and Teams
Information Management
Information Technology Management
Ethics in Systems Engineering
Applied Industrial Psychology
Applied Organizational Psychology
Research and Dissertation
ENGR 799BDissertation: Professional Doctorate9
Additional credits required to complete this degree:30
Applicable Master's Degree Credit (a maximum of 30 credits may be accepted from a master's degree)
Technical courses as advised (500-level or higher)
Program Total Credits:72

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