Upcoming Semester Course Lists

These semester course lists provide an overview of the upcoming regular courses. All variable-credit courses (SYSE 695, 699, 795, 786, 799A, 799B) are offered each semester with faculty approval.

For a more detailed description of each course, please look at the complete course list on the Course Offerings page

Summer 2023 Courses: Semester runs May 15 - August 4, 2023​

TitleSubject#PrereqsDay (unless otherwise noted, summer courses offered 5:15 – 8:55 p.m. MT)ProfessorNotes
Engineering Risk AnalysisENGR531STAT 301 or equivalentTuesdayJames Cale
Modeling Human Systems BehaviorENGR535STAT 301 or equivalentThursdaySteve ConradCredit cannot be earned for both ENGR 535 and ENGR 581A6
Engineering Data Design and VisualizationSYSE541STAT 301 or equivalentWednesdayErika MillerCredit cannot be earned for both SYSE 541 and ENGR 580A5
Ethics in Systems EngineeringSYSE711SYSE 501N/A (fully asynchronous 1-cr course)Ann BatchelorCannot apply to PhD program


Fall 2023 Courses (tentative)

TitleSubject#PrereqsDay (all courses offered 5:15 – 8:00 p.m.)ProfessorNotes
Foundations of Systems Engineering SYSE501MondayGregory MarzolfFinishing this course with at least a B+ allows you to bypass the INCOSE knowledge exam for ASEP or CSEP certification.
Systems Engineering ArchitectureSYSE567SYSE 501 or concurrent or instructor permissionMondayDan Herber
Engineering Project and Program ManagementENGR502TuesdayTBD
Dynamics of Complex SystemsSYSE532SYSE 501 or concurrentTuesdayKamran Eftekhari Shahroudi
AR/VR Environmental Realism for SESYSE581A1STAT 301 or equivalent or MECH 231 (Engineering Experimentation)TuesdayMarie VansNewer course – second offering
Leadership/Innovation in Systems Engineering *D.Eng. Students onlySYSE710TuesdayTom BradleyD.Eng. students only
Overview of Systems Engineering ProcessesSYSE530STAT 301 or equivalentWednesdayJeremy Daily
Electrical Power EngineeringENGR/ECE565ECE 332 (Electronics Principles II) & ECE 342 (Electromagnetic Fields and Devices II) or equivalentWednesdayJim Cale
Analytics in Systems EngineeringSYSE571STAT 301 or equivalentWednesdaySteve Simske
Transitions in Energy SystemsSYSE581A2WednesdayTim CoburnNewer course – second offering
Engineering Optimization: Method/ApplicationENGR510MATH 229 & MATH 261 (Matrices/Linear Equations & Calculus III) or equivalent – review provided during the courseThursdayDan Herber
Simulation Modeling and ExperimentationMECH513STAT 301 or equivalentThursdaySteve Conrad
Space Mission Analysis and DesignSYSE580A4MATH 340 or MATH 345 (differential equations)ThursdayJim AdamsNewer course – second offering
Systems Engineering RequirementsSYSE602SYSE 501 & SYSE 530ThursdayAnn Batchelor


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