The Ph.D. in Systems Engineering prepares students to become leaders in systems engineering. Throughout the program, students produce significant academic contributions, in terms of original research, to the field. These contributions will drive advancements and lead to improvements in energy efficiency, environmental impact, cybersecurity, and economic growth, among other areas of application for systems engineering.
Effective Fall 2020
|Select 7 courses from the following:||21|
|Electrical Power Engineering|
|Grid Integration of Wind Energy Systems|
|Engineering Project and Program Management|
or CIS 600A
|Project Management: Information Technology|
or CIS 670
|Advanced IT Project Management|
|Engineering Optimization: Method/Application|
|Engineering Decision Support/Expert Systems|
|Engineering Risk Analysis|
|Coupled Electromechanical Systems|
|Simulation Modeling and Experimentation|
|Foundations of Systems Engineering|
|Overview of Systems Engineering Processes|
|Dynamics of Complex Engineering Systems|
|Systems Engineering Architecture|
|Cybersecurity Awareness for Systems Engineers|
|Analytics in Systems Engineering|
|Systems Requirements Engineering|
|Introduction to Systems Test and Evaluation|
|Advanced Model-Based Systems Engineering|
|Technical Electives 1||18|
|SYSE 799A||Dissertation: PhD 2||33|
|Program Total Credits:||72|
A minimum of 72 credits are required to complete this program.
Select 18 credits with approval by student’s advisory committee. A maximum of 6 credit hours are permitted at the 400-level. The remainder must be at the 500-level or above.
3 credit hours of SYSE 795 may be used by students who have had their Ph.D. research, which was performed while enrolled at CSU, accepted for publication (completely or with minor revisions) in at least two peer-reviewed journal or conference publications may fill out a form listing citations and validating documentation and have the form approved by the student’s Ph.D. committee.