The term “systems engineering” emerged in the United States as a result of the increasing complexity of the projects, products and processes of the American industry. With a need for a new approach towards the installation of systems, optimization of processes and realization of projects, the academic study in Systems Engineering was quickly introduced.
A Master of Systems Engineering will teach you how to plan, design and evaluate both software and hardware-based solutions for a diversity of successful systems. You will have to deal with Project Management, Consulting and Development.
The typical study period is two years. You will be expected to be in possession of a Bachelor in the areas of Engineering, Computer Science or Business. Other academic requirements can vary depending on the university.
With a Masters degree in Systems Engineering you will have the possibility to work in many fields in technology and management. Examples include: