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Colorado Technical University's Master of Science in Engineering program gives you the opportunity to obtain systems engineering skills. Learn more about CTU's Master of Science in Systems Engineering program here.
Colorado Technical University's Master of Science in Systems Engineering program is offered online and at select campuses. You have the opportunity to learn about systems engineering, quantitative analysis, dynamics, modeling, simulation, acquisition processes, and standards. This program is also designed to teach you about applied managerial economics, decision-making, project planning, execution, closure, schedule and cost control techniques, and design and production. Once you complete this program you could be able to plan and manage the systems engineering life-cycle process, use modern systems engineering tools, and use oral and written communication skills.
In order to enroll in CTU's Master of Science in Systems Engineering program you must already have your bachelor's degree in engineering, mathematics, computer science, physics, or chemistry. You must also have completed a Calculus II course. Applicants to all of Colorado Technical University's programs must have a high school diploma or equivalent; some programs have additional requirements.
The Master of Science in Systems Engineering program at CTU consists of 44 credits. You will take credits in economics, management, project management, and systems engineering.
Systems Engineering Course Requirements
|Course Code||Course Name|
|ECON 616||Applied Managerial Economics|
|INTD 670||Leadership and Ethical Decision-Making|
|MGMT 600||Applied Managerial Decision-Making|
|PM 610||Project Planning, Execution, and Closure|
|PM 620||Schedule and Cost Control Techniques|
|SCM 620||Impact on Design & Production|
|SE 600||Systems Engineering I|
|SE 610||Systems Engineering II|
|SE 612||Quantitative Analysis for Systems|
|SE 620||Systems Dynamics, Modeling, and Simulation|
|SE 630||Systems Acquisition Processes and Standards|
Once you earn the Master of Science in Systems Engineering from CTU, you could be able to pursue employment in the systems engineering field. Your work might include designing and developing various kinds of systems.
Positions that you could be interested in include:
CTU does not guarantee employment or salary. University grants or scholarships are based on established criteria as published in the University's catalog and are awarded after verification that the conditions of eligibility have been met.