Overview

Utilizing an Open Academic Model, the School of Systems and Enterprises at Stevens Institute of Technology emphasizes global partnerships in systems and enterprises related research and education with industry and government, to provide a highly relevant and rigorous educational experience.  Stevens Systems Engineering graduate programs offer a multidisciplinary approach to engineering education by providing a blend of engineering, systems, and management subjects.  The School of Systems and Enterprises is the largest provider of systems engineering education to the U.S. federal government and to defense-related industries worldwide.

Our graduates manage engineering and technology, are able to address systems integration, life cycle issues, and systems thinking at the system and enterprise levels, in a market where globalization, technology, quality, complexity, and productivity are the key business drivers.

Central to the School's world class systems engineering program, is its internationally recognized Systems Design and Operational Effectiveness (SDOE) program. Geared toward industry and government practitioners, the SDOE program provides a convenient flexible format, whereby students can attend classes held in an intensive one-week delivery format.

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Graduate Certificate in Systems Engineering and Architecting

Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering