The Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering requires 36 credits—18 core credits, 15 elective credits, and 3 capstone credits.
- Design-focused program that focuses on how to design, integrate, and manage complex systems over their life cycle.
- Addresses industry challenges like increasing mission complexity, rising development costs, late discovery of design problems, and failure to recognize and deal with risk.
- Seven-week courses are offered in an in-person/online hybrid format or fully online.
Penn State’s Schedule of Courses lists course availability. Although the course numbers, times, and availability on the University registrar’s schedule of courses are correct, your educational record may require the listed prerequisites (or not).
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Students after must successfully complete the SARI (Scholarship and Research Integrity) requirement of the Penn State degree in order to graduate.