Systems Engineering, MSE

The MSE Program in Systems Engineering (SE) is best positioned to give students a broad foundation across data science, systems modeling, and optimization and decision-making with applications in societal systems (energy, transportation, heath operations).

The MSE Program in Systems Engineering (SE), grounded in the intersection of electrical and systems engineering, is best positioned to give students the in-depth theoretical foundation and interdisciplinary skills required by the growing complexity of technological systems. Our flexible curriculum allows you to tailor your studies to your personal interests and goals, from signal processing, optimization, simulation, control and cybernetics to complex adaptive systems, stochastic processes and decision sciences.

Curriculum

10 course units are required for the MSE in Systems Engineering.1
Foundation Courses6
Choose at least one course from each area of Data Science, Systems Modeling and System Design and Optimization
Data Science
Introduction to Machine Learning
Machine Learning
Estimation and Detection Theory
Statistics for Data Science
Data Mining: Learning from Massive Datasets
Priniples of Deep Learning
Systems Modeling
Linear Systems Theory
Sim Modlng & Analysis
Dynamical Systems for Engineering and Biological Applications
Agent-Based Modeling and Simulation
Digital Signal Processing
Systems Methodology
System Design and Optimization
Intro to Linear, Nonlinear and Integer Optimization
Feedback Control Design and Analysis
Human Systems Engineering
Modern Convex Optimization
Model Predictive Control
Leadership Electives
Select 1 Leadership Elective:1
Engineering Economics
Project Management
Special Topics in Electrical and Systems Engineering
Engineering Entrepreneurship I
Engineering Entrepreneurship II
Intellectual Property and Business Law for Engineers
Engineering Negotiation
Technical Elective1
Select 1 Technical Elective:
Technical Communication and Academic Wrting for Non-native Speakers of English
Engineering Negotiation
Engineering Entrepreneurship I
Engineering Entrepreneurship II
Foundations of Leadership
Any 500 or 600 level course in ENM, ESE, CIS, CIT or MEAM
**ESE 599 can only be used in this category
Application Area
Choose ESE 597 or any two graduate level courses from one approved Application Area2
Total Course Units10
 

The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2020 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.