The online doctoral degree in systems and engineering management is designed to prepare individuals for successful leadership of engineering personnel and projects. Texas Tech University is currently the only University in the state of Texas that offers an online program, making it a clear choice for individuals who seek management opportunities in engineering and technology.
To be considered for full admission status, an applicant must complete all of the requirements listed below. Applicants are encouraged to submit high GRE scores, but admission to the graduate program is not based on the GRE scores alone.
Successful applicants are expected to have at least a 3.5 GPA from an M.S. program in a related field.
Step 1: Apply to Texas Tech University's Graduate School by completing the Graduate Admissions application process.
Step 2: Apply to Texas Tech University's College of Engineering.
Step 3: Check your admissions status. Texas Tech University will notify you of your admissions status by updating the Applications tab in your Raiderlink. If accepted, you will receive a comprehensive orientation email with a list of pertinent websites and resources.
No financial support is anticipated for online students because the majority are part-time students working in the industry. Full-time online students will be eligible for a number of competitive and merit-based department, college and university scholarships and fellowships.
Online coursework is completed using a combination of online instruction and interactive video conferencing (IVC).
Core Curriculum (30 semester hours)
Major and Minor (60 semester hours)
Course selection dependent upon degree plan approved by graduate advisor and Systems and Engineering Management Program Coordinator.
Dissertation Research (12 semester hours)
* Indicated courses used to fulfill the program's residency requirement. Courses are taught exclusively in the summer, when online students must be in-residence. Residency consists of a one-month summer session during each of the first two years of the doctoral program, in which the students must be on campus for the first two weeks of the term.