Education Levels

Areas of Study

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  • Late Entry Accelerated Program: A Master’s Program for Non-Engineers (LEAP)

    A unique program that enables students without an undergraduate engineering degree to earn a master's degree in engineering.
    Biomedical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Product Design & Manufacturing, Robotics & Autonomous Systems, Systems Engineering
  • Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering

    The Master of Engineering (MEng) in Systems Engineering is a professional degree program designed for students focusing on engineering, consulting, or management careers in industry, business, or government. The program provides flexibility in course selection to allow students to gain sufficient depth and breadth in their area of concentration while complementing these with courses outside their concentration area.
    Systems Engineering
  • Master of Science in Robotics & Autonomous Systems

    This degree has been designed to combine instruction in the underlying theoretical basis for modern robotics and autonomous systems with machine learning and hands-on experience in industry or research.
    Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Robotics & Autonomous Systems, Systems Engineering
  • Master of Science in Systems Engineering

    Non-Thesis Program Option All SE MS students enter as non-thesis students. MS non-thesis students must satisfy a practicum requirement by completing an approved course that meets the practicum requirement, or an approved project. The non-thesis MS program can be completed in two semesters, although most students take longer. Part-time enrollment in the program is also […]
    Systems Engineering
  • Master’s Degree Specializations

    Interdisciplinary specialization in Robotics, Data Analytics, or Cybersecurity add value to your Masters' Degree, giving students an edge in rapidly growing economic sectors that are in need of Engineers.
    Electrical & Computer Engineering, Robotics & Autonomous Systems, Systems Engineering
  • Minor in Systems Engineering

    Undergraduates can earn a minor in Systems Engineering, where they learn about building, analyzing and managing electrical, mechanical, chemical, biological or logistical systems, among others.
    Systems Engineering
  • PhD in Systems Engineering (SE)

    Systems Engineering (SE) offers the Post-Bachelor’s PhD (MS/PhD) and the Post-Master’s PhD which both provide opportunities for research in automation, control and robotics, communication and networking, computational and systems biology, information sciences, and production, service systems and supply chain management.
    Systems Engineering