Manage projects and transform systems to achieve organizational goals.
Certificates Stack Into Degrees
You can combine three certificates into a customized master’s degree - one that suits your specific career and educational goals. After you complete your choice of certificates, finish an integrative project that brings together everything you have learned into a comprehensive graduate degree.
Systems Engineering & Technology Management Degree Online Courses
Create a vision statement and bring it to life through a project charter, work breakdown structure, and Gantt chart. Learn how to implement Agile and Scrum principles to strategically connect the work of multiple sprints.
Investigate considerations for commercializing technology in a new or existing enterprise. Explore strategies to beat the competition using high-tech marketing and sales approaches. Recommend strategies to improve organization performance.
Apply decision science methodologies to technical and business scenarios. Develop a conceptual understanding of these methods and associated implementation skills. Assess the applicability and limitations of decision science models when solving complex problems.
Develop a computer simulation of a business or manufacturing process of your choice. Begin with a mapping exercise that leads to the creation of a computer model, complete with visualizations and analytics. Explore system factors that impact process performance without disrupting day-to-day operations.
Systems Engineering & Technology Management Degree Structure
|ISYE 4240||Engineering Project Management||3|
|ENGR 6100||Business Issues for Engineers||3|
|ISYE 6610||Systems Modeling in Decision Sciences||3|
|ISYE 6620||Discrete Event Simulation||3|
|Four fundamental courses (3 credit hours each)||12|
|1st Certificate of Choice (three courses/3 credits each)||+9|
|2nd Certificate of Choice (three courses/3 credits each)||+9|
|Total degree credit hours:||30|
If you’re going to make an investment of time, energy, and your future that’s this large, then you owe it to yourself to get everything out of it. The Systems Engineering & Technology Management program is designed for this purpose.
Faculty Spotlight: Michael Hughes
"Take engineering, people, design, and operations, and systematically break them down to their constituent parts. This affects a perspective change that allows you to gain control and understanding of your systems, as opposed to just being reactive to them."Learn More About Michael Hughes