Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering

Systems Engineering at GW

The systems engineering program is designed to provide a broad and solid education in the basics of mathematical modeling, software and information systems, and the treatment of uncertainty. Analytical thinking is stressed, in order to prepare the student for graduate education or productive professional employment. Simultaneously, the program is intended to develop the student's communication skills and awareness of the current professional world. A medical preparation option in systems engineering that prepares the student for entrance to medical school is available. Five-year, two-degree plans that combine a B.S. degree in systems engineering with an M.S. degree in either systems engineering or engineering management are also available.


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Five-year BS/MS Programs

SEAS also offers five-year BS/MS programs leading to the BS degrees in civil, computer, electrical, mechanical, or systems engineering or in computer science, and the MS degree in engineering management.