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Master of Science in Systems Engineering

Master of Science in Systems Engineering

  • QS World University Rankings
    651-700
The Master of Science in Systems Engineering is a curriculum which integrates systems and financial management and planning. The degree enables engineering leaders to perform, lead, and manage systems development throughout the life cycle, from conceptual development and engineering design through the operation and sustainment phases. Study can be on a part-time or full-time basis, and all courses are offered online. Elective courses for the curriculum: Include models relevant to sustainable, high performance systems and topics related to living, learning, effectiveness, power, influence, networking, and systems thinking as they relate to effective systems engineering Expose students to model-based system development using Sys ML and DODAF, also covering major aspects of the systems domain. Teach SE processes and skills to integrate user needs, manage requirements, conduct technological evaluation, and build elaborate system architectures, assess risk and establish financial and schedule constraints. Prepare students to intelligently manage and contribute to any engineering challenge, including concept development, technology assessment, architecture selection, and proposal development. The courses stimulate and challenge students as they consider sustainability-oriented projects and become serious systems engineering managers and practitioners. Program Outcomes Graduates of the Drexel University Master of Science in Systems Engineering will be competent in their ability to: Develop and implement models and tools to enhance and optimize complex systems; Develop and manage processes relevant to complex systems development; Architect, design, implement, integrate, verify, validate, support and decommission complex systems; Use systems engineering tools and practices to identify and execute effective technical solutions; Manage system-intensive projects within cost and schedule constraints; Consider financial elements in all complex systems solutions.