Systems Engineering, M.S.
Students normally develop individual programs of study in service and enterprise systems, and manufacturing systems. In addition, there are also opportunities for interdisciplinary programs such as logistics, supply chain management, health care systems, transportation, human factors, material science, ocean engineering, and biomedical engineering.
Areas of Concentration
Service and Enterprise Systems: Project planning and management in systems engineering; systems simulation; quality systems; lean systems; design and analysis of experiments; nonlinear systems optimization.
Manufacturing Systems: Computer-aided manufacturing systems; manufacturing systems: analysis, design, and simulation; product design for manufacture; quality systems; design and analysis of experiments; production control and inventory systems; lean systems.
B.S. degree in engineering, mathematics, physics, chemistry, computer science, or management science.