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Since it was developed in 1999 from a proposal to the Boeing Company to provide off-campus systems engineering graduate education to Boeing engineers and their suppliers worldwide, our program has grown exponentially, educating professionals from over 20 companies around the world.
When you apply for the program, you can elect a thesis or non-thesis track:
In addition to six core courses, this track requires six hours of Sys Eng 5099-Graduate Research and four approved specialization track courses. As a thesis student, you cannot register for Eng Mgt 5099 until your Form I is on file. You must submit your typed Form I to the graduate office by the beginning of the semester of your 9th credit hour.
This track requires completion of four approved specialization track courses, in addition to six core courses.
Specialization tracks and courses provide you with the ability to address your specific education needs in the context of the overall systems engineering program. One of the following graduate certificates may be substituted for a specialization track with the permission of the program director: