Bachelor of Science Program in Systems Engineering (BSSE)
Systems Engineering (SE) is an interdisciplinary area that designs and / or improves engineering, organizational and societal systems. Our students are exposed to systems, management, business and engineering concepts and applications, and have the necessary understanding and skills to work on and / or supervise multidisciplinary projects.
Systems Engineers can:
- Handle interdisciplinary issues and problems
- Create, analyze and improve complex systems
- Coordinate operational issues from a systems perspective
- Manage technical, business and management functions
- Supervise multinational units, projects and global supply chains
- Understand future trends in global markets and economies
- Develop product creation, production, marketing and sales strategies.
Due to the interdisciplinary nature of SE, graduates can and do work in a variety of different industries. Some examples include but are not limited to: Energy, Telecommunications, Construction, Manufacturing, Transportation and Distribution, Information Technology, Financial Services, Automotive, Retail, Healthcare…
Within the BSSE program, students learn up-to-date systems engineering topics with a special focus on application, systems thinking, written and oral communication and leadership. Some of these topics include but are not limited to: Decision and Risk Analysis, Systems Modeling and Optimization, Systems Design, Planning and Analysis, Supply Chain and Logistics Engineering, Quality Engineering, Engineering Management, and Global Business Dynamics.
Please check out the green links on the left for more information on the program objectives, courses, student activities, and samples of business functions you may be a part of after graduation including job titles.