Advanced Systems Engineering - Fully Online
Today’s aircraft, buildings, and other highly engineered solutions increasingly rely on intelligent components and subsystems to deliver improved performance. As a result, companies are experiencing demand for a new generation of products that are more integrated, more complex, and more capable than ever before.
Systems engineering focuses on understanding and optimizing interaction among subsystems and components, making products more efficient and reliable, with greater capabilities and at a lower cost. Motivated by the digital revolution and the need to produce high quality products in a globally competitive economy, this program aims to train engineers in urgently needed areas of analytical systems engineering, including:
- Requirements Analysis
- Architecture Selection and Optimization
- Model-based Design and Development
- System Design Flows
The fully online Master of Engineering (MENG) in Advanced Systems Engineering curriculum offers mechanisms for developing talent with direct relevance to system design. By participating in this curriculum, you learn the principles of a platform-based product development approach, exposing you to the entire product development flow from requirements capture to architecture selection to design analysis and into verification and validation.
Through the program, you acquire the knowledge to:
- Increase performance and reliability.
- Save product development time.
- Minimize design errors.
- Reduce time to market of products.
All credits earned in the Advanced Systems Engineering Certificate may be transferable to the Master of Engineering in Advanced Systems Engineering.
To view the MENG in Advanced Systems Engineering Plan of Study CLICK HERE.
Summer Semester: April 21st
Fall Semester: July 21st
Advanced Systems Engineering
The Advanced Systems Engineering program also offers a 12-credit Advanced Systems graduate certificate.
UTC Institute for Advanced Systems Engineering
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