Office in Engineering Building, Room AR 202
Coordinated by a Faculty Advisory Board and the College of Engineering
The Systems Engineering Interdisciplinary Studies Program is designed to address the current trend toward increasingly complex systems that exists across a variety of disciplines, including aerospace, energy, environment, and biosciences. The objective of the program is to expose engineers and industry professionals to a disciplined development process in order to manage complex engineered systems and produce quality and reasonably priced products.
The program is open to graduate students and professionals who hold a B.S. degree. Coursework in calculus and statistics (or the ability to apply statistical methods) is also required.
Effective Spring 2015
|Select one from the following:||3|
|Information Technology and Project Management|
|Advanced IT Project Management|
|Engineering Project and Program Management|
|ENGR 501||Foundations of Systems Engineering||3|
|ENGR 530||Overview of Systems Engineering Processes||3|
|ENGR 531||Engineering Risk Analysis||3|
|Program Total Credits:||12|