Completion of a Master’s Degree in the School of Systems and Enterprises requires that students complete a 3-credit project or a 6-credit thesis. Most students choose the project option, the intent of which is to demonstrate the ability to apply what they have learned in their coursework to a problem of practical relevance. More detailed guidelines for the project can be found here.
While students are responsible for identifying a suitable project topic and securing a faculty advisor, the links below are designed to assist with that proces by describing projects of interest to various faculty members. Candidate projects are listed by advisor, by program and by how recently they were posted, and they are also searchable using key words. If you find a project that interests you and believe you have the required qualifications to pursue it, please contact the faculty advisor directly to discuss it further. If you have an idea for a project that is not on the list, the information below can help you better understand faculty member interests and suggest faculty members with whom you might want to discuss your idea further.
In addition to the candidate topics below, the links at the left provide additional resources that you will find useful throughout your project