Master of Engineering - Systems Engineering

See why so many working professionals choose our ME Systems Engineering program

Systems engineering describes the highly interdisciplinary domain of scientific, technical, and managerial skills needed to evolve, verify, field and support an integrated and balanced set of system solutions designed to satisfy customer needs. The UCCS Master of Engineering Systems Engineering (MESyE) program provides a broad understanding of the roles of a systems engineer and a thorough understanding of process implementation -- from needs analysis and system requirements to trade off studies and system design.

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Program Goals

The UCCS MESyE program is designed to enhance value in today's engineering workforce by focusing on the roles of a systems engineer.

Program graduates will know and be able to perform in the following areas:

    • Broad understanding of the systems engineering life-cycle process
    • Thorough understanding of project management techniques applied to technical development, including risk analysis
    • Proficiency with mathematical tools and techniques used to perform systems analysis, trade-off studies, and high-level modeling
    • Broad understanding of systems architecture and its relationship to system design

Admission Requirements

The minimum requirements for regular admission into the Master of Engineering - Systems Engineering program are as follows:

  • Baccalaureate degree (BS) in engineering or a related science discipline from an accredited institution.
  • Undergraduate grade point average of 3.0 or higher on a scale of 4.0 in all college level academic work attempted.
  • Evidence of mathematical maturity equivalent to completion of the following university-level coursework:
    • Three semesters of Calculus
    • At least one semester beyond Calculus (Advanced Calculus or Differential Equations)
    • Linear Algebra
    • Probability and Statistics
  • Two years experience in a commercial, civil or government engineering/science field.

A student who lacks one or more of the above courses may be admitted on a provisional basis, but will normally be required to satisfy the requirements after admission.

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