Collaborate with your peers as you learn to identify, analyze, and manage complex systems and processes. This cohort-based online master's degree program encourages systems engineering students to build ties and gain perspectives from their peers in other disciplines.
Penn State’s online Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering program helps engineering professionals from diverse fields better understand how to manage complex engineering systems and improve future processes. The two-year schedule offers a convenient way for you to add a master’s degree to your résumé while you work.
Upgrading your knowledge and abilities is key to advancement, and the Penn State World Campus systems engineering master’s degree program lets you do that on your time. Graduates have become lead engineers, principal engineers, engineering managers, and project managers in fields such as aerospace and aviation, government and defense, and manufacturing.
Several features set Penn State’s online Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering program apart:
This program consists of 12 courses (36 credits) taken over six continuous semesters, with each semester containing two 7-week terms. The courses cover identification, modeling, analysis, architecture, integration, and management of complex systems and processes. You will also gain experience with project and program management, quality improvement initiatives, and creativity and problem solving. This interactive and collaborative cohort program helps students build strong ties with others and gain perspectives from other disciplines and industries.
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