Master of Science in Systems Engineering
- 30 Credit-hour academic program (Thesis / Non-Thesis).
2.1. Degree plan.
2.2. The Systems Engineering program is also available 100% online.
- Course descriptions.
3.1. Systems Engineering.
3.2. Industrial Engineering.
3.3. Manufacturing Engineering.
The industrial, Manufacturing and Systems Engineering (IMSE) department courses can be used to satisfy the Graduate Electives requirement. Review degree plan requirements or consult graduate advisor(s) for further information.
- Information about the admissions process.
- Admission Requirements.
For additional guidance in regard to the admission process and requirements, please contact the Office of Graduate School at UTEP.
- Applicants are expected to have a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering or a related field. Depending upon selected area of concentration, students may need to complete deficiency undergraduate coursework.
Systems Engineering is an essential part of the way the world works today. It combines several skill areas - people, facilities, policies, hardware, software, and documents - into an integrated discipline that combines human factors, technology, process engineering and management. Opportunities in systems engineering are available in a wide range of industries including manufacturing, aerospace, defense, healthcare, electronics, automotive, education, software, government, and other sectors that have a need for people who can understand and manage complex systems.
Do not forget to review The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) Catalog and General Information resources so that you can learn more about the program!