The Department of Systems Engineering (DSE) prides itself on being Interdisciplinary. Interdisciplinary refers something the relates to multiple branches of knowledge. The analytical, modeling and simulation, and managements skills you learn in DSE can be applied almost anywhere, business, production, construction, and healthcare.
Social sciences. International relations. You name it, your DSE skills can be a combat multiplier.
They offer 17 elective tracks for Systems Engineering majors, 8 complimentary support course tracks for Engineering Management majors, and lots of flexibility for Systems and Decision Science majors to lean into a field that is interesting & engaging to them.
Photo: CDT Jack Davies ’21 & Calvin Pieper ’21working on their capstone, Steel Bridge, an interdisciplinary capstone with the Department of Civil & Mechanical Engineering