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Systems Engineering, B.S.

 
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Gain preparation for highly specialized technology careers.

DEGREE:

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

DELIVERY:

Face-to-Face

LOCATION:

Morehead

TIME REQUIRED:

4 Years

Course Requirements

What You'll Learn in the systems engineering degree Program

Learn to think holistically, understand engineering fundamentals, develop system architectures, analyze requirements, and gain project management skills. Gain skills in modeling, simulation, and quality assurance, all while emphasizing ethical and professional standards. 

What You Can Do with a systems engineering degree

Embark on a wide range of dynamic and rewarding careers in virtually any industry that relies on complex systems, including systems engineer, project manager, quality assurance specialist, or consultant. The skills you acquire in this program are highly transferable, opening doors to diverse career opportunities and the chance to solve some of the world's most pressing challenges.

What makes Morehead state's program different

MSU's Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering (BSSE) is the first program of its kind in the state of Kentucky. It offers a robust curriculum that combines fundamental engineering knowledge with specialized courses in mechatronics, civil engineering systems, and industrial systems, allowing students to tailor their education to their interests. You learn by doing through hands-on experience and practical application projects and internships. 

Admission to the systems engineering program

Follow the standard undergraduate application process to become a systems engineering student at Morehead State.

Program Options

  • Industrial Systems Track
  • Civil Engineering Systems Track
  • Mechatronics Systems Track

Contact Us

Dr. Eric Jerde, Chair

123 Lappin Hall
Morehead, KY 40351

EMAIL: e.jerde@moreheadstate.edu
PHONE: 606-783-5406