The Systems Engineering degree is very similar to an Industrial Engineering degree, but there are essential differences. An Industrial Engineering degree would give a student more experience with manufacturing, while the Systems Engineering degree provides Systems Engineering students with a greater understanding and knowledge of Information Systems. These skills prove themselves valuable in many different career fields.
- Students learn the most effective ways to use basic factors of production to provide a service or make a project
- Offered jointly by the Computer Science & Engineering, Physics, and Engineering departments.
- Students learn to consider systems as whole processes rather than as isolated events
- Requires 105-107 credit hours
- Requires Systems credit hours
▷ See updated course descriptions in Taylor’s Academic Catalog.