There is an increasing demand for technical professionals to possess an overall systems perspective. The system integration curriculum prepares students to apply iterative, interdisciplinary systems thinking to complex technological, sociological and organizational systems.

The 30-unit Master of System Integration is offered part-time, designed for working professionals. Course work builds skills in requirements identification and development; system analysis and design and architecture; operation research and affordability; and design and integration. Proficiency is gained through professional instruction, team and individual projects, including system designs and simulations. A 15-unit graduate certificate is also offered and can be transferred into the degree program at any time.

Contact:Holly Stanwich

Master of System Integration

Total units required: 30

Required Courses: 18 units
SYSIN 511Systems Engineering and Analysis (*)3
SYSIN 521System Design and Integration (*)3
SYSIN 531System Architecture (*)3
SYSIN 542Operations Analysis (*)3
SYSIN 561Affordability Engineering (*)3
SYSIN 580Capstone3
Elective Courses: Choose 12 units
SYSIN 543System Safety Engineering1.5
SYSIN 547Reliability Engineering and Quality Processes3
ETEM 521Human Performance in Engineering3
ETEM 523AProject Planning and Administration3
INFO 503DApplying Innovations within Organizations3
INFO 581BEmerging Technologies and Innovation3

 (*) Courses required to earn a 15-unit Graduate Certificate in System Integration