Systems Engineering Degree
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING, M.S. AND Ph.D.
An interdisciplinary systems engineering degree can be applied to science, business and many areas in between. System engineers work in many different fields, including energy development, information technology and software management. As a Florida Tech graduate in this rapidly growing discipline, students possess the skills and knowledge in demand by employers that involves the mechanical, electrical and other operational control systems.
Interdisciplinary, Flexible Curriculum
A recognized leader in engineering education, Florida Tech's systems engineering degree has proven attractive to high-tech employers for more than 10 years. A master's systems engineering degree enhances student decision-making and problem solving abilities through a curriculum that incorporates up-to-date tools and techniques that can be put into practice immediately in the workplace.
The program draws on the expertise and experience of the faculty who prepare graduates in key advanced subjects, including systems engineering principles, system modeling and analysis, decision and risk analysis, design of experiments and system requirements analysis.
Experienced Faculty & Professional Learning Environment
The Florida Tech learning environment is mature, cooperative and designed for collaborative study, giving those graduate students who are already industry professionals an advanced program of study they can apply to their workplace. In this program, students design and refine systems to tackle technical, cost and schedule requirements while minimizing potential defects and risks. The faculty at Florida Tech brings years of industry experience to the classroom, providing systems engineering degree students with a real-world understanding of the field.
Our status as a national research university ensures that when you graduate, you'll have hands-on experience in creating, analyzing and refining complex and interdisciplinary systems. Our location on the Space Coast and High Tech Corridor surrounds you with internship opportunities with some of the most respected names in technology, including NASA, Northrop Grumman and Harris Corp. Through their research, professors publish several journal and conference papers each year on topics such as reliability modeling and statistical analysis of optics.
A systems engineering degree graduate can seek employment not only in his/her undergraduate field, but is also in a position to quickly move into the systems engineering organization within a firm. CNN Money ranked systems engineering as the number one job in America, with a 45-percent job growth rate. As a Florida Tech graduate in this rapidly growing discipline, students posses interdisciplinary skills and knowledge in demand by employers.