Overview

Overview
This program is designed to produce graduates who have a broad and detailed knowledge in systems theory and systems thinking, business process analysis and enterprise systems architecture and design.

What will I study

What will I study
Throughout the Enterprise Systems Engineering program, there will be a focus on project management, research methods, enterprise architecture, innovation, and governance. Some of the courses include:

  • Business Information Systems
  • Systems Theory and Systems Thinking
  • Enterprise Systems Engineering
  • Statistical and Probabilistic Methods
  • Information Technology Project Management
Graduation Requirements

Graduation Requirements
Courses
To graduate from this program, students must pass 30 credit hours of compulsory courses, and 3 credit hours from the elective courses, with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0. A pass grade for a course is considered to be A, B+ or B.

Thesis
All students shall conduct research or industry project of 6 credit hours and produce a report as partial fulfillment of the requirement for this program. A student shall present and defend his/her thesis publicly. A thesis will be evaluated by a group that consists of the supervisor, external and internal examiners.

Career Paths

Career Paths
Many career opportunities await the future graduates of Enterprise Systems Engineering program. As a well-equipped professional, you can expect to impact the world in professions such as:

  • Systems Architect
  • Technical Lead
  • Systems Project Manager

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