The Department of Electrical Engineering (EE) offers a program of study leading to the Master’s of Science in Electrical Engineering with a Concentration in Systems Engineering (MSE). The MSE include such courses in radar, sonar, advanced digital signal processing, software engineering, internet computer security, and computer network design. This Master’s degree in Systems Engineering support the acquisition of systems in private industry and the government. The Master’s in Systems Engineering (MSE) allows students with backgrounds from aerospace, computer, chemical, electrical, and mechanical engineering to pursue the degree. The area of study is diverse thus exposing the students to various technologies necessary to lead in the acquisition of complex systems.
Students who pursue the Masters in Systems Engineering must complete the required 33 credit hours (11 courses) in three semesters.