Discover how to develop systems strategies that can be applied to any industry. Colorado State University's Systems Engineering degrees prepare you with immediately applicable skills that can help solve current challenges your company may be facing.
Taking a systems approach in the curriculum development itself, more than 600 industry and government leaders were surveyed to help shape our unique and innovative M.E., M.S., and Ph.D. programs with a Systems Engineering specialization. As a result, these degrees feature systems engineering courses that cover critical topics such as risk analysis, project management, support systems, and systems engineering processes.
You'll learn from faculty who bring decades of experience in applying academic research to real-world situations, and are conducting cutting-edge research that will help write the textbooks of tomorrow.
Additionally, the Systems Engineering certificate of completion, master's and Systems Engineering Ph.D. programs offer the advantage of a hybrid course delivery strategy. These options allow you to study when and where it works best for you, whether that be:
Online while the lecture is happening live on campus
Watching a recorded version sometime after work or on the weekend
Attending a selection of courses in person at the Fort Collins campus or our South Metro Denver location