Systems Engineering – Master’s

Summary

The Systems Engineering Program focuses on developing an individual’s analytical skills to design, evaluate, and build modern complex engineered systems. Engineers who can conceptualize, model, and integrate hardware, software, data, and humans are critical in technology driven multi-disciplinary design teams. The Iowa State University Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering Program is designed to train engineers to excel in the technology driven design environment commonly found in developing modern complex engineered systems. The program can be completed on line or in residence, part-time or full-time.

Admission Requirements

To be considered for admission, the applicant should have a bachelor’s degree in engineering or related field from a college, university, or technical school of recognized standing. Non-engineering backgrounds will be considered on a case-by-case basis. High academic achievement or other persuasive evidence of professional accomplishments is expected for admission to the program.

For more information visit the Graduate College website.

Credits

The Systems Engineering Masters program is a 30-credit program which can be completed in as little as two years.

Contact Information

Gary Mirka
Director of Graduate Education
515-294-8661
mirka@iastate.edu

Jess Severe

Program Assistant
515-294-0129
imsegradprogram@iastate.edu

Iowa State Online
515-294-3916
iowastateonline@iastate.edu