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The Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering is a non-thesis degree program that requires at least 30 credit hours to complete. This is a structured, professional-oriented master’s degree program that covers basic knowledge sets, methods, and tools in systems engineering. This program is designed for students seeking a degree that is all encompassing rather than a specialization. Students pursuing this degree usually focus on entering industry after graduation. This degree is NOT offered online.

Degree Overview

  • 30 credit hours
  • 1.5 years to complete
  • No tracks or specialization
  • All-encompassing degree

Required Courses (18 hours total)

  • ISEN 609
  • ISEN 613
  • ISEN 640
  • ISEN 641
  • ISEN 660
  • ISEN 665

 Electives Courses

  • 12 hours, maximum of three courses outside of ISEN

More Information

Please see the Texas A&M industrial and systems engineering course catalog for course descriptions. Note that the prefix for ALL industrial and systems engineering courses is ISEN.