Ph.D. in Systems & Engineering Management
Curriculum & Courses
There are ten courses (30 semester credit hours) that constitute the core requirements for the Ph.D. S.E.M.:
- IE 5316, Simulation Models for Operations Analysis
- IE 5320, Systems Theory
- IE 5321, Decision Theory and Management Science
- IE 5323, The Engineering Management Environment
- IE 5325, Productivity and Performance Improvement in Organizations
- IE 6323, Systems Management Global Environment
- IE 6329, Systems Management Seminar
- IE 6331, Advanced Theoretical Studies in Systems Management
- IE 6399, Research Methods in Science and Technology
- IE 7000, Research
At least 12 hours of doctoral dissertation enrollment are required for the doctoral degree.
- IE 8000, Doctor's Dissertation (12 hours)
Major and Minor
(60 semester credit hours − 30 core credit hours plus an additional 30 semester credit hours)
Course selection dependent upon degree plan approved by graduate advisor and Systems and Engineering Management Program Coordinator.
For further information or questions, see the S.E.M. FAQ page.