The Doctoral program in Systems and Engineering Management (PhD SYEM) is designed to prepare engineering management professionals for current and future leadership roles. The Bureau of Labor Statistics growth rates for engineering management professionals project that these roles will increase by 30% in the next decade.
Students in the PhD SYEM program are subject to all PhD degree regulations as outlined in the Graduate Catalog. Students must submit transcripts, GRE Score, and three letters of recommendation as part of their packet for this program. International students must also submit TOEFL scores. A statement of purpose and a CV/Resume are recommended but not required. All items must be submitted electronically using the graduate school online application system.
Please see the Industrial Engineering Handbook for more detailed information on the PhD SYEM program requirements.
There are ten courses (30 semester credit hours) that constitute the core requirements for the PhD SYEM:
Course selection dependent upon degree plan approved by graduate advisor and Systems and Engineering Management Program Coordinator.
The SYEM graduate advisor is Dr. Jennifer Cross.
If you have questions about the degree program, please contact him:
P: 806.742.3543 F: 806.742.3411 | email: Milton.firstname.lastname@example.org
Amy Donnerberg, Program Manager | Phone: (806) 742-3451 | Email: email@example.com
Brent Guinn, Sr. Director | Phone: (806) 742-3451 or (800) 528-5583 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org