The Master of Science in Engineering Technology - Systems Control Technology Track builds primarily upon accredited baccalaureate degree programs in the fields of computer, electronic, electrical, mechanical, and aeronautical/aerospace engineering and engineering technology, and also in related fields including computer science, mathematics, and physics. The degree provides an advanced knowledge of the application of analysis, simulation, and design tools for automatic feedback control of dynamic systems. The program offers courses in the following areas: process control, electric power systems, control over networks, systems engineering applications, and project management. Graduates are prepared to be advanced level control technologists in industry, and control technology instructors for educational institutions offering baccalaureate and associate degree programs. The program may be completed under a thesis or project option.
To be admitted unconditionally to the MS program, a 3.0 GPA on the last 60 semester hours of college coursework is required. Only complete application packets will be considered for admission to the graduate program. Applicants to the MS program are accepted for the fall and spring semesters. Admissions instructions can be found on the graduate admissions page. Additional information about the admissions tests, including test dates and costs is available through the Testing Center at 713-743-5444.
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