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Master of Science in Systems Technology

The College of Engineering offers a Master of Science degree in Systems Technology.

The master of science in systems technology is designed for students who work in a broad range of industries: energy, manufacturing, chemical production, construction, and maintenance services. This master’s program will equip students with advanced problem solving skills and cutting edge tools to develop solutions to complex systems problems in these industries. Graduates of the program will be prepared to pursue upper and mid-level technical and managerial roles.

The program allows students to pursue the degree 100% online or with courses offered in a face-to-face, on-campus format. Students may complete either a 30-hour thesis option or 33-hour project option.

For details on this program, please visit the Systems Technology page within the Department of Engineering Technology or visit the graduate school page.