Systems Engineering and Management Degrees | Traditional & Executive Master’s Degree Programs

The Need is Out There: Get Your Master’s in Systems Engineering and Management at UT Dallas

You can begin a new career or advance in your current position as an engineering professional, even with your busy schedule. The best way to get started is to talk to a Systems Engineering and Management adviser about your career path. Your adviser can offer you information about the program that may be right for you.

Please review these Master’s program options that can help you reach your professional goals:

The Traditional Master’s programs are perfect if you’re a new graduate who wants to gain the skills and expertise necessary to excel as an engineer and manager. The Traditional Master’s can be a good choice for you if you have a bachelor’s degree in engineering, computer science, math, physics, chemistry, economics or finance.

Perhaps you are a working professional and need a flexible way to earn your Systems Engineering and Management degree. The Executive Master’s program meets on alternate Friday evenings and on Saturdays, in four-hour sessions. Imagine being able to access world-class faculty and more than 50 research centers on a flexible schedule!

Get ready to face the challenges of today’s high-tech workplace: If you are an engineer, you can build management and leadership skills while furthering your engineering education. If you are a business professional, you can develop an appreciation for and skills in technology that will allow you to manage complex engineering and systems projects.

The need is out there and more companies are looking for people like you to help them meet their engineering and management challenges. Get the credentials you need to take advantage of growing employment opportunities. Get started today on your degree in Systems Engineering and Management from The University of Texas at Dallas.

About The University of Texas at Dallas

Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine ranked UT Dallas among the top 100 “Best Value” public colleges in the United States for 2014. The University is on a continuous mission to deliver a world-class education to its students, and its upcoming Bioengineering and Sciences Building is another stepping stone that will add to its capabilities.