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Graduate education programs

Master of Science degrees offered by the Institute for Systems Research

The Institute for Systems Research offers its own M.S. degree in Systems Engineering, and partners with the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering in a combined B.S./M.S. program.

The director of ISR's systems engineering education program is Dr. John MacCarthy. Feel free to contact him at 301.405.4419 or jmaccart@umd.edu with your questions about graduate education in systems engineering.

•   Learn about ISR's M.S. in Systems Engineering (MSSE) degree

•   Learn about the B.S. in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering/M.S. in Systems Engineering program

Professional master's degree programs offered by the A. James Clark School of Engineering's Office of Advanced Engineering Education

Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Systems Engineering

A Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering degree is offered through the Office of Advanced Engineering Education. The program requires successful completion of ten (10) approved courses (30 credits total). A thesis is not required.

Graduate Certificate in Engineering (CGEN) in Systems Engineering

A Graduate Certificate in Engineering in Systems Engineering degree is offered through the Office of Advanced Engineering Education. The program requires completion of four (4) approved courses (12 credits total).

Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Robotics

A Master of Engineering in Robotics degree is offered through the Office of Advanced Engineering Education. The program requires successful completion of ten (10) approved courses (30 credits total). A thesis is not required.

Graduate Certificate in Engineering (CGEN) in Robotics

A Graduate Certificate in Engineering in Systems Engineering degree is offered through the Office of Advanced Engineering Education. The program requires completion of four (4) approved courses (12 credits total).

More information about admission to these programs can be found here.