Designed for practicing engineers who want to earn a graduate certificate or master’s degree without workday interruptions. Students can earn the degree part-time or full-time using our flexible distance learning model

Motivated by the increasing complexity of advanced products and the digital revolution, we train engineers in urgently needed cyberphysical systems (CPS) disciplines that are pivotal to product innovation.

All graduate level systems engineering courses are equivalent to other UConn graduate school courses and are offered in an online-hybrid delivery mode. Courses are offered to geographically-dispersed students with a modular and flexible approach.

Our courses address key CPS workforce development needs by cutting across the areas of systems engineering, modeling, control, communications and networking.

We are full-time UConn engineering faculty members that combine teaching and research in CPS and model-based systems engineering to bring state-of-the-art concepts and methods into each classroom.

Apply to take one course, a series or courses, the graduate certificate, or the master’s degree.

Our courses give our graduates experience in systems engineering they can apply to their careers. Read about our graduates' experiences while earning their degrees in Advanced Systems Engineering.

Our IASE partners share with IASE students and our community their current openings in systems engineering-related positions. See current opportunities here.

Obtain more information about upcoming short courses in systems engineering.