Systems Engineering M.S.
The graduate plan in Systems Engineering leads to a master of science (M.S.) degree. The plan is designed to prepare engineers
who are knowledgeable in interdisciplinary systems engineering approaches and engineering
management and who therefore have the full range of concurrent engineering concepts
and skills needed to specify, implement and support complete systems. Such knowledge
is particularly important in the evolution of systems that are critical to achieving
the mission of an organization and to sustaining the safety of life, health, property
and the environment. Such systems are vital to many organizations that are served
by UHCL such as: aerospace, biomedical, chemical, energy, manufacturing and others.
The plan consists of formal courses, laboratory work and research conducted under
the guidance of a faculty adviser. Candidates can tailor their plan of study to emphasize
systems engineering analysis or systems engineering management.
The minimum admission requirements for a graduate degree program, including on-line
programs, are 1) 3.0 GPA, and 2) 290 GRE scores (150 Quantitative, 140 Verbal). For
more information on Systems Engineering program contact CSE Academic Advising.