Systems Engineering and Management Degrees | Pursue a New Career

Explore Your New Engineering Management Career

If you are a high-tech business manager or engineer working in the fields of cybersecurity, healthcare, finance, defense, space or other industries that rely on complex systems, you may have wondered how you could advance in your career. Employers in these fields need people like you who excel as systems experts and as top managers. Even if you are interested in advancing your career, with your busy schedule it may seem impossible to pursue continuing education.

The University of Texas at Dallas has answered the challenge with its Systems Engineering and Management degree program. This program is designed to meet the needs of both traditional and non-traditional students. There are multiple options available to meet your  needs — from graduate certificates (http://www.utdallas.edu/sem/executive-masters/certificates/) to master’s degrees.

Certificates are an intriguing way to gain new credentials. Some people enroll in the certificate program as they can finish this within 12 credit hours. These certificates are offered in an Executive Education, four-hour module format. You can fit this certificate program into your schedule and work towards a Certificate in Systems Engineering or a Certificate in Systems Management.

Did you know: You will take two required courses (in engineering or management, depending on the certificate you are pursuing). You are also free to select two other courses from either the management or engineering course listing to customize your learning experience.

Get more information now on UT Dallas’ Systems Engineering and Management certificates or master’s degree programs. We will be glad to answer all of your admission and application questions.

About The University of Texas at Dallas

The University of Texas at Dallas offers one of the best values you can find today in higher education. With 133 degree programs in the fields of business, science, arts, engineering, humanities, psychology and dozens of other disciplines, students are attracted to the University from all over the United States and the world. Founded in 1969, UT Dallas is home to more than 50 centers, labs and institutes that allow students to perform research and experience hands-on learning. Its faculty offers students the opportunity to study under the tutelage of eminent experts in dozens of fields.