General description

As the world becomes more interconnected and the systems we depend on become increasingly complex, systems engineers will be highly sought after. The systems engineering process coordinates and leads the translation of operational needs into a system designed to meet that need. It is a forward-thinking process that transcends software, electrical engineering and mechanics. It focuses on how to design, integrate and manage complex systems throughout their life cycles, coordinating performance, cost and scheduling objectives.

The Master of Systems Engineering at TESLA University is designed for graduate students who wish to develop a high-level understanding of the principles that shape systems engineering and their implementation through the design, development and application phases. This course will provide you with the most sought-after skills and experience in the analysis, design and management of complex projects with the opportunity to specialize in a specific engineering discipline.

Complete program structure

  • Electronic warfare 
  • Networks 
  • Space systems 
  • Test and evaluation 
  • Weapons and artillery 
  • Marine Engineering 
  • Simulation
  • Reliability Engineering

In the Master of Systems Engineering program, students must complete four core courses and four elective courses (from the general electives or from any of the specializations). Not all elective courses will be available in a particular year.

Students may choose to complete the generalist Master of Systems Engineering program or may choose to complete the Master of Systems Engineering with a specialization (options include Test and Evaluation, Space Systems, Electronic Warfare, Weapons and Artillery, Networks, Engineering of Reliability, Simulation and Marine). Engineering). To complete a major, students must complete the four core courses, two courses from the chosen major, and two electives from elsewhere in the program.

Courses in the program can be taken in any order, but it is recommended that you complete the four core courses first, followed by the four elective courses.

With the approval of the program coordinator, students with an average grade equal to or greater than 65% in four subjects will be able to carry out a research project instead of two elective subjects. The project is recommended for those with a strong interest in undertaking original research in a particular area or who intend to gain a higher level research qualification.

With the approval of the Program Coordinator, students may take up to two elective subjects from other degrees.