Online Master of Science in Systems Engineering

Connect to the fundamentals of systems engineering and forge a pathway toward management with an M.S. in Systems Engineering.

Earn an M.S. in Systems Engineering Online

The online Master of Science in Systems Engineering (MSSE) program is one of only a few programs of its kind in the U.S. Whether you’re a current engineering professional or someone who aspires to work in the field, this online degree program will augment your skill set and advance your ability to manage large-scale multidisciplinary projects.

Here is what you can expect from this program:

  • Learn to effectively manage a team throughout a system lifecycle
  • Nurture critical thinking skills through interactive discussions and assignments
  • Develop your skills to thrive in industries like manufacturing, aerospace, healthcare, and software
  • Guide process improvement projects in commercial, military, and government organizations using Capability Maturity Model Integration practices

Bachelor’s degree is required to apply.

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