Mastering Complexity. Creating Clarity.
There is an increasing need in industry for engineers who not only have expertise in a particular engineering discipline, but who also possess diverse interdisciplinary skills.
Learn more about our M.Eng. & Ph.D. in Systems from our faculty and alumni
Cornell Systems faculty talk about our M.Eng. and Ph.D. in Systems programs. Check out our virtual tour to learn more about the programs, projects, faculty and research opportunities.
Every year students from varied backgrounds opt to pursue the on-campus Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering program.
The Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering program through distance learning study is ideal for you if you've entered the workforce and want to earn your master's without taking a break in your employment.
Are you looking to take a leadership role within a research group or company division? The employment prospects for the graduates of Cornell's Ph.D. in systems, both in academia and industry, are remarkably high as demand for systems experts far outweighs their supply.
Cornell’s Six Sigma Black Belt Certificate enables its graduates to utilize this highly specialized strategy with widely applicable tools to formulate and execute effective decisions to ensure that customer and business specifications are achieved.