Master of Engineering - Systems Engineering
The Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering program concentrates on the IE courses that cover the
science and technologies of decision making in a complex world. The optimization of the system rather than
the subsystem is the overall objective of a systems engineer. Systems Engineering is concerned with
improving the decision making process by utilizing statistics, simulation, optimization and computer
science skills to enhance the design, control, operation and understanding of systems. This is a discipline
that has shown rapid growth in both its development and recognition as a distinct field of engineering.
Systems Engineering skills are becoming increasingly important within the local, industrial community as an
aid to management seeking to respond to increasing competitive pressures. The program has flexibility in
order to allow students to focus their course of study on various application domains. These application
domains have common needs in many areas of systems engineering, but some unique ones as well.
Details about admission and graduation requirements for the Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering are available below in the MESE Graduate Manual document (right click + save as):
MESE Plan of Study Form (18kb)
MESE Graduate Manual (46kb)