Systems Engineering Graduate Programs
Innovative M.E., M.S. and Ph.D degrees that teach skills in risk analysis, project management, and engineering processes.
The Master of Science Program in Industrial and Systems Engineering (MSISE) provides an applied research degree in which students focus in one area of IE and complete a thesis in that area.
This unique interdisciplinary program is primarily oriented toward professional engineering practice.
This degree is to prepare students for advanced study and/or research and industry in the field of computer engineering.
Admission is open to students with a bachelor’s degree in any engineering discipline.
Program is available to students with B.S. in any engineering field.
The industrial engineering department offers four degree options to meet the diverse interests of students seeking to continue their engineering educa...
The program prepares engineers to further their technical careers by meeting today's system design and integration challenges.
Systems Engineering describes the highly interdisciplinary domain of scientific, technical, and managerial skills.
Systems Engineering processes and approaches help professionals predict, with confidence and reliability, that project results will meet specific crit...
The School of Systems and Enterprises (SSE) at Stevens Institute of Technology was created in response to the tremendous growth and success of the Sch...
The program is designed to prepare engineers to be knowledgeable in interdisciplinary systems engineering approaches and engineering management.
The Electrical Engineering:Systems graduate program consists of three major areas of study: control, communications, and signal processing.