Master of Science in Systems and Entrepreneurial Engineering

The Systems and Entrepreneurial Engineering program is founded on the premise of dual competency in both traditional engineering and in the business side of engineering.

The SEE program offers flexibility by permitting the student to select from a menu of advanced courses and take a wide range of electives to meet individual career goals. Graduates of these programs are prepared to enter professional engineering positions in industry, government, and private practice.

A joint MS/MBA program allows the student to earn both the Master of Science in SEE or IE and the MBA degrees.

Requirements for Master of Science in Systems and Entrepreneurial Engineering Program:

  • 32 graduate hours for the thesis option
    • 28 hours of formal graded coursework
      • 12 hours of 500-level GE courses with 8 of these on the technical side and 4 on the business side of engineering
      • 16 additional hours of coursework with at least 4 hours in an engineering department
    • 4 hours of GE 599 (Thesis Research)
  • 36 graduate hours for the project option
    • 28 hours of formal graded coursework
      • 12 hours of 500-level GE courses with 8 of these on the technical side and 4 on the business side of engineering
      • 16 additional hours of coursework with at least 4 hours in an engineering department
    • 8 hours of GE 594 (Project Design)

Continuous registration is required in GE 590 - Graduate Seminar throughout the Master’s program.

A Computational Science and Engineering option is available with this degree program.