Systems Engineering and Management

We’ve spoken to employers who have told us that they need talented individuals with specializations in engineering and business management. These types of individuals aren’t easy to find, hence the opportunities for career growth in this field.

If you believe you are a candidate who can address challenges in both engineering and business at some of the world’s most prestigious companies, then please read on about our master’s degree programs. We offer them in both traditional and executive master’s formats. We also offer distance learning and certificate options designed to benefit seasoned engineers, managers and recent graduates.


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The Systems Engineering and Management (SEM) program is delivered through an equal partnership between the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science and the Naveen Jindal School of Management. The program has been designed to meet the need for formalized education in design, engineering and management of increasingly complex projects and systems that involve many interconnected parts. Industry partners include Raytheon, Hewlett-Packard, Rockwell Collins, Ericsson and Texas Instruments and others.

We invite you to explore our program overview, our traditional master’s and executive master’s programs.

Traditional Master’s in Systems Engineering and Management

  • Can enroll in regular weekday and weekday evening classes?
  • If so, GRE or GMAT scores are required.
Choose an option Executive Master’s Program in Systems Engineering and Management

  • Can enroll in Friday and Saturday only classes?
  • If so, at least three years full-time employment required.