Systems Engineering

The minor in Systems Engineering provides the student with a foundation in the fundamentals of systems engineering. The minor recognizes and responds to the need within industry and government for graduating engineers to have a basic familiarity with principles and practices of systems engineering. Students may earn a minor in Systems Engineering by completing 15 credits as indicated from the following lists:

Required Courses
MA 412Probability and Statistics3
SYS 301Introduction to Systems Engineering3
SYS 304Trade Studies, Risk and Decision Analysis3
SYS 415Systems Engineering Practices: Specialty Engineering3
Elective Courses
Select one of the following:3
Project Engineering
Principles of Management
Computing in Aerospace and Aviation
Introduction to Environmental Engineering
Introduction to Transportation Engineering
Construction Engineering
Computer Modeling and Simulation
Robotics Technologies for Uncrewed Systems
Control Systems Analysis and Design
Space Systems Engineering
Automation and Systems Issues in Aviation
Human Factors and System Safety
Simulating Humans in Complex Systems
Robotic Mechanisms
Optimization in Systems Engineering
Total Credits15

Additional electives may be considered upon consultation with and permission of the student's advisor and the program coordinator.