Systems engineers manage the details of large projects encompassing multiple disciplines. One day they work with physicists and astronomers; the next, architects and mathematicians. Typically without a specialty of their own, systems engineers must be proficient in enough technical areas to be able to do their job well. They must also know how to manage budgets, maintain schedules, meet performance goals, and work harmoniously with others to ensure a project’s success.
It’s a developing field perfectly suited to NYU-Poly’s i2e philosophy of invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Students learn the specifics of systems engineering: methods of modeling and simulation, theories of communication and control, and data analysis.
The MS in Systems Engineering program trains you to perform computer simulations, as well as signal and systems analysis — all to address real-system problems. The program also covers a range of topics, such as feedback control and instrumentation, to guarantee that students walk away with a baseline understanding of systems engineering project management. The program entails three core courses and two tracks; at least one must be a core track.