UT Arlington/Fort Worth Center’s Master of Science in Systems Engineering program is designed to provide students with both the fundamental and applied management and technical knowledge to support the development of complex systems. Systems Engineering is that branch of engineering that develops systems, where a system is a collection of elements that work together as a unit. In practice, one or more of the elements may itself be a system. Therefore, Systems Engineering may be thought of as engineering systems of systems.man
Systems Engineering considers the total systems life-cycle from customer requirements and concept through design and development, system use, system maintenance, and system disposal. A Systems Engineering curriculum must encourage a broad view rather than a focus on individual system elements or phases of development. This broad view, a systems view, enables better system performance and reduces the likelihood of unintended consequences.
The program has four core courses that are offered at the UT Arlington Fort Worth Center. One core course is offered each semester, beginning with the Summer and followed by the Fall, Spring, and Fall subsequent semesters. The remaining 24 hours of structured electives are offered on the UT Arlington campus or online through the College of Engineering.
If you have questions, please contact Dr. Don Liles at 817.272.3160 or email@example.com.
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