Master's in Systems & Control Engineering
Solving Real-World Problems
Technology is profoundly impacting medicine, arts, sciences, business, law, social behavior and beyond. Systems and control engineering are at the heart of this phenomenon—driving solutions to real-world problems.
The Master of Science in Systems & Control Engineering program provides internationally recognized coursework and research in systems analysis, design and control. These areas require cross-disciplinary tools and methods for their solution. Students of the program will perform research in non-linear control, optimization, signal processing, global modeling and systems biology.
At Case Western Reserve University, we strive for distinction through excellence, productivity and innovation. We emphasize a student-centric, experiential learning environment that prepares capable professionals, effective teammates and life-long learners.
Apply by May 1st for a May 14th start.
We are delighted to share a scholarship* toward this degree when starting your program in 2018. Visit our tuition page to learn more.
9 courses – 27 credit hours
- 4 core courses – 12 credit hours
- 5 technical elective courses in the areas of Control, Energy and Dynamics – 15 credit hours
Let our admissions advisors provide you personal assistance, answer questions and introduce you to the application process.
Message from the Program Director
Sree N. Sreenath, Program Director
Professor - Systems Biology
“Welcome to the Master of Science in Systems & Control Engineering online degree program. We take a holistic look at issues and solve real-world problems. Join us, and you will graduate with expertise in analysis, modeling, simulation, design and leadership skills.
Learn from our expert faculty who are actively engaged in applications from aerospace to energy and biomedical systems.
At Case Western Reserve, we produce great team leaders. We look forward to welcoming you to our community.”