Designed for both engineers and managers, an advanced degree in systems engineering at Embry-Riddle will prepare graduates for the next stage of their career. The Master of Systems Engineering at Embry-Riddle Worldwide and the Master of Science in Systems Engineering at the Daytona Beach Campus both offer a technical track — focused on system design, analysis, and implementation — and an engineering management track — covering organization, process, and management.
The Master of Systems Engineering and Master of Science in Systems Engineering programs will provide a solid foundation of fundamental systems engineering knowledge while also teaching students how to apply a systems perspective to business and technology.
With two tracks to choose from, this program will complement a student’s professional experience with the confidence and skills needed to successfully lead complex engineering projects.
The program’s two tracks — technical or engineering management — give students the freedom to tailor their electives. At the Worldwide Campus, personal academic advising helps guide a student’s independent capstone project and ensures the coursework is in line with their career goals. The Daytona Beach Campus offers students the ability to implement systems thinking in state-of-the-art facilities, learning and conducting research alongside engineers from multiple disciplines.
ERAU faculty members are subject matter experts who possess a wealth of Systems Engineering experience. With extensive backgrounds in managing complex, multidisciplinary, advanced technology projects, students gain valuable insight into Systems Engineering throughout their studies.
Program curriculum is based on an interdisciplinary engineering approach as envisioned and defined by the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) and accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).
This degree is offered at the following campuses. Select a campus to learn more.
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