Toby Gouker, Ph.D., Interim Graduate Program Director
M.S., P.B.C. (Degree Types )
The Systems Engineering (SE) Program at UMBC is designed to accelerate the development of systems engineers by providing practical experience that can be immediately applied on the job. Students learn from industry experts how to develop operable systems that meet customer requirements, while successfully navigating the complexities of system design. Courses are developed and taught by senior systems engineers and address the entire systems engineering life cycle, including requirements analysis, systems architecture and design, modeling, simulation and analysis, and system implementation and test.
For more information on the system engineering programs visit www.umbc.edu/se
- A bachelor's degree in Engineering, Computer Science or Information Systems.
- Minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
- GREs are not required
In addition, for International Applicants:
- English Proficiency: TOEFL (99iBT) or IELTS (7.0) testing required
International applicants should refer to the International Admission Page for special admission information.
Currently, this program is not offering any financial aid or graduate assistantships. However, additional opportunities may be available through other academic departments. For the most complete information on financial aid for prospective graduate students refer to the Financial Aid Office.
ProgramsMaster of SciencePost-Baccalaureate Certificate