Master of Science in Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering is an interdisciplinary field of engineering and management that addresses the analysis, design, implementation, operation, maintenance, and retirement of systems. These systems often involve human and robot interactions and integration, management of complex systems over their life cycles, and retirement or disposal of systems. Systems Engineering utilizes systems thinking, mathematical analysis and optimization models, simulation techniques, and risk management and mitigation.
- Why Pursue a Master’s in Systems Engineering at Weber State University?
- What you will learn in the MSSE program
- Career Outlook
- What is systems thinking?
- When should systems thinking be used?
- Examples of systems include:
- Systems Engineering in the global context
- How is Systems Engineering management integrated into business solutions?
- WSU Systems Engineering Paths to Success
- Systems Engineering Professional Certifications
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information regarding the application process for admission to the Master of Science in Systems Engineering or the Systems Engineering and Sustainable Engineering Post Baccalaureate Certificate.
See the Catalog for the course requirements for the Master of Science in Systems Engineering or the Systems Engineering and Sustainable Engineering Post Baccalaureate Certificate.
Graduate Enrollment Director