MSSEM (711) - Systems Engineering Department
Master of Science in Systems Engineering Management Program, MSSEM (711)
This two year, sixteen-course master’s degree prepares students to enter technical management positions through an education focused on the systems engineering process. The program is intended to broaden the technical capabilities of students who may have non-technical backgrounds so they can participate in the systems engineering process as productive integrated team members. Students learn the systems engineering process through the use of engineering management tools, techniques and best practices to help them schedule, cost, and analyze program risks. Students also earn DAU equivalencies in ENG career field.
The MSSEM program is not ABET EAC accredited.
Does not require an undergraduate engineering degree - a baccalaureate degree with above-average grades is required. Completion of at least two semesters of college algebra or trigonometry is considered the minimum mathematical preparation. For naval officers, an APC of 345 is required for entry. International students should refer to the Admissions section for current TOEFL and entrance requirements.
International students should refer to the Admissions section for current TOEFL and entrance requirements.
Refer to the 711 curricula for details.