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Loyola Marymount University College of Science and Engineering

The Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering is dedicated to providing outstanding educational opportunities in science, engineering, and mathematics in a mentoring environment to an increasingly diverse student body. The College emphasizes development of the whole person through its focus on ethical behavior and service to society.
The Graduate Programs in the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering provide opportunities for working professionals to enhance their skills and knowledge through modern, professionally rigorous and conveniently administered curricula which balance theory and practice in the areas of engineering, engineering management and leadership, computer and environmental science and the teaching of mathematics to advance their careers, serve the needs of society and meet the challenges of an ever-changing, complex world.

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2 Years
Face-to-Face - Graduate Degree
Adult
The mission of the Systems Engineering MS program is to provide working engineers and scientists with the skills and modern tools needed to manage complex, interdisciplinary technical endeavors and systems engineering teams to enable the realization of successful systems. The students may select the following study plans:
  1. The Systems Engineering MS program.
  2. The Systems Engineering Leadership Program (SELP) offering a dual-MS/MBA degree to provide integrated engineering and business skills for becoming systems engineering managers and leaders.
  3. The Systems Engineering MS program with a Technical Focus or Concentration in another science, engineering or computer science discipline providing multidisciplinary breadth. The student pursuing this option will take three Electives in another graduate program offered by the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering at LMU. The students prior education must provide suitable preparation for such studies. The course plan must be approved by both the Director of Systems Engineering and the Director of the Technical Focus program.
  4. A post-baccalaureate Certificate in Systems Engineering providing the skills required for conducting and managing basic systems engineering activities.

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Systems engineering Project Management
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1 Years
Face-to-Face - Certificate
Adult
Course requirements for the Certificate in Systems Engineering:
  • SELP 500 Quality
  • SELP 552 Systems Engineering 3 semester hours
  • SELP 594 Project Management 3 semester hours
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Learn systems engineering Learn leadership skills
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3 Years
Face-to-Face - Graduate Degree
Adult
The mission of the Systems Engineering Leadership Program (SELP) is to educate working engineers and scientists in the engineering and business disciplines that will make them leaders of highly complex technical endeavors within their sponsoring organizations.

The SELP will confer two degrees upon its graduates: an MBA and an MS in Systems Engineering. Students may obtain either an MS in Systems Engineering or an MBA degree as a stand-alone by fulfilling the individual degree requirements. A certificate program in Systems Engineering is also available.

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Competencies

  • Engineering: Engineering & Technology Management
  • Engineering: Systems Engineering & Systems Architecture

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