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Systems Engineering provides both a framework and a rigorous theoretical underpinning for the design and management of complex engineering systems.  The development of systematic design and management processes, and integrating appropriate tools from varied disciplines, is at the heart of our Systems Engineering program.

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SE Master’s Student Participates in New Colorado Science and Engineering Policy Fellowship

SE Professors Publish Textbook on Model-Based Systems Engineering

Drs. Mike Borky and Tom Bradley are happy to announce a new textbook in the area of systems architecture and model-based systems engineering. This textbook presents a proven, mature Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) methodology that has delivered success in a wide range of system and enterprise programs. The authors introduce MBSE as the state of...

New Colorado law allocates $1.2 million to bolster CSU cybersecurity education

SE Professor’s Net-Zero Energy Emissions Systems Research Published to Science

CSU Author: Thomas Bradley, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Colorado State University View the full author list here. Path to zero carbon emissions Models show that to avert dangerous levels of climate change, global carbon dioxide emissions must fall to zero later this century. Most of these emissions arise from energy use. Davis et al. review what...

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SE’s South Denver Campus Propels Career Goals of Recent Graduate

Josh Panning, a recent graduate from the Engineering distance MS program, made extensive use of the South Denver campus to access face-to-face classes at his workplace, United Launch Alliance. Now, he has a new job title and is off to new career heights!

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