MELBOURNE, FLA.—The College of Engineering at Florida Institute of Technology offers a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Systems Engineering (Ph.D.-SE), which is designed to provide advanced education and research opportunities to qualified students.
Completion of the degree will prepare students to pursue advanced research careers in the public or private sector. Students will also be ready to conduct independent or sponsored scholarly research and teach at the university level. Consulting in the systems engineering field is also a viable career option.
Applicants must possess a master’s degree from an accredited university in systems engineering (MSSE), in an engineering discipline, physical sciences, computer sciences or mathematics. Students should refer to the Florida Tech catalog for additional requirements.
A minimum of 24 credit hours beyond the master’s degree are required for the course work. The advisor may require additional course work to fit research needs. After the courses are completed, the student will be required to complete 24 credit hours of research and a dissertation. A total of 48 credit hours are required for a Ph.D.-SE.
For more information, contact the Department of Systems Engineering at (321) 674-7132. Visit the department’s website at: http://coe.fit.edu/se.