Master of Science Degree in Integrated Systems Design and Dynamics
Prepare to lead and advance the industry.
This graduate degree provides individuals an understanding of complex technological systems and the ability to think and work systematically when approaching industry problems. This skillset is becoming increasingly vital for employees hired in a variety of technical, engineering, science, and business positions.
Using technical cybernetics, this graduate degree is focused on the planning, architecture, design, and development of highly integrated machine learning systems, autonomous systems, aerospace systems, space systems, cybernetic systems, cyber and cyberphysical systems.
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Tuesday, Dec. 6 at 5:30 p.m.
OR Thursday, Dec. 8 at 5:30 p.m.
Designed for working professionals
No GRE or GMAT required
Why our program?
The program has been designed to provide senior level systems-based STEM education guided by our industry advisory board with individuals from Fortune 500 companies and U.S. government. With their input, the degree focuses on the current industry needs and equips students with the tools needed to design and develop technologically complex systems using various integrative modeling and simulation techniques.
The Master of Science in integrated systems design and dynamics degree provides a flexible learning style for students who are also working professionals. Courses will be taught by professionals working in the industry and university faculty members.
The graduate degree does not require a GRE or GMAT. For the thesis, there are two options.
- Individuals interested in a research path = Thesis + Journal or Conference or Proceeding Submission
- Individuals interested in an industry path = Thesis + Patent Creation