The Systems Engineering concentration is for students who are interested in taking a holistic view of engineering and focusing on how complex engineering projects should be designed and managed. The department recommends taking the following courses:

Systems Engineering Core

Choose at least two courses from the list below.
 
DROMB8108 Supply Chain Management
IEORE4000 Operations Management
IEORE4001 Design and Management of Production and Service Systems
IEORE4003 Corporate Finance for Engineers
IEORE4404 Simulation
IEORE4405 Scheduling
IEORE4412 Quality Control and Management
IEORE4520 Applied Systems Engineering
IEORE4521 Systems Engineering Tools and Methods

Infrastructure & Substainability Electives

Choose at least two courses from the list below:
 
CIENE4111 Uncertainty and risk in infrastructure systems
CIENE4129 Managing Engineering and Construction Processes
CIENE4130 Design of Construction Systems
CIENE4137 Managing Civil Infrastructure Systems
CIEEE4252 Environmental Engineering
EAEEE4100 Management of Development of Water Systems
EAEEE4150 Air Pollution Prevention & Control
EAEEE4160 Solid & Hazardous Waste Management
EAEEE4190 Photovoltaic Systems Engineering and Sustainability
EAEEE6212 Carbon Sequestrations
ENMEE4202 Advanced Mechanics

Mechanical Electrical & Computer Systems Electives (at least one)

Choose at least one course from the list below.
 
COMSW4118 Operating Systems
COMSW4119 Computer Networks
EEMEE4601 Digital Control Systems
ELENE4702 Digital Communications
ELENE4810 Digital Signal Processing
ELENE4815 Random Signals and Noise
IEMEE4310 The Manufacturing Enterprise
MECEE4431 Space Vehicle Dynamics and Control
MECEE4602 Introduction to Robotics
MECEE4604 Product Design for Manufacturability

Biological Systems Electives

Choose at least one course from the list below.
 
BMCHE4810 Artificial Organs
BMENE4001 Quantitative Physiology I: Cells and Molecules
BMENE4300 Solid Biomechanics
BMENE4750 Sound & Hearing
CBMFW4761 Computational Genomics
CHENE4750 The Genome and the Cell
CHENE4800 Protein Engineering

Regulated Industries

The Regulated Industries concentration is for students who have an undergraduate engineering degree and are interested in industrial engineering problems in regulated industries. Different professional interests will dictate different choices. Students interested in this concentration should discuss their elective choices with their adviser.

Departmental Courses in Regulated Industries

IEMEE4310 The Manufacturing Enterprise
IEORE4205 Studies in Operations Research
IEORE4308 Industrial Budget and Financial Control
IEORE4403 Quantitative Corporate Finance
IEORE4404 Simulation

Law School Electives

Courses require cross registration and approval
 
LAWL6174 Foundations of the Regulatory State
LAWL6204 Administrative Law
LAWL6293 Antitrust and Trade Regulation

Other Engineering Electives

BMENE4010 Ethics for Biomedical Engineers
CIEEE4252 Environmental Engineering
CIENE4010 Transportation Engineering
CIENE4111 Uncertainty and risk in infrastructure systems
CIENE4129 Managing Engineering and Construction Processes
CIENE4132 Prevention and Resolution of Construction Disputes
CIENE4133 Capital Facility Planning and Financing
CIENE4134 Construction Industry Law
EAEEE4200 Production of Inorganic Materials