Effective Summer, 2020
Consistent with the Civil Engineering MSE degree offered out of CaSE, a total of eight (8) courses must be taken and approved by the advisor. Three (3) courses must be taken from the following “required core courses” list. Courses not on the list may be requested for substitution at the advisor’s discretion. The remaining five (5) courses are elective and must be approved by the advisor. A list of possible elective courses is found below. One of the 8 courses can be a professional development class, such as those offered from the Center for Leadership Education.
Requirements for M.S.E. in Systems Engineering
The most common path for M.S.E. graduate students is to complete the degree through coursework alone. The M.S.E. degree requirements are as follows*:
EN.560.653 An Introduction to Network Modeling
EN.560.618 Probabilistic Methods in Civil Engineering and Mechanics
EN.553.613 Applied Statistics and Data Analysis
EN.553.636 Introduction to Data Science
EN.553.761 Nonlinear Optimization I
EN.601.633 Intro Algorithms
EN.601.675 Machine Learning
*Students must comply with all requirements stipulated by the Whiting School of Engineering Academic Policies and Procedures as outlined at https://engineering.jhu.edu/graduate-studies/academic-policies-procedures-graduate/.
**Academic advisors, in consultation with the faculty in the department, will determine whether the 8 courses leading to this degree are appropriate and if they have been completed satisfactorily.
***See the department Sr. Academic Program Coordinator or Director of Graduate Studies to determine if you are eligible for part-time status.