MSSEM (722) - Systems Engineering Department
Master of Science in Systems Engineering Management Program, MSSEM (722)
This two year sixteen-course master’s degree combines systems engineering with program management knowledge and skills. It is designed to broaden the technical capabilities of DoD acquisition workforce members with nontechnical backgrounds so that they can successfully manage and lead programs or projects in support of the defense acquisition system. Students learn the systems engineering process, from establishing system requirements through test and evaluation; and how to manage, schedule and budget programs and work with DoD suppliers through contracts to meet program obligations. Students also earn DAU equivalencies for PM and ENG level III, T&E and PQM level II and CON level I.
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 722 curricula for details.