Sep 18, 2021  
Rensselaer Catalog 2019-2020 
Rensselaer Catalog 2019-2020 [Archived Catalog]

Systems Engineering and Technology Management M.Eng. (SETM) (Hartford)

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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s graduate program in Systems Engineering and Technology Management (SETM) prepares leaders who can transform systems and processes to achieve organizational objectives. Today’s complex organizations need those who can analyze and lead change in rapidly evolving environments. Rensselaer’s program prepares decision makers who are ready to Change the World.

The program is taught by Rensselaer’s outstanding and highly ranked faculty. The program is built using a blended delivery methodology, bringing the best aspects of classroom and online learning together to deliver a unique project-based program – completely digitally, meaning that working professionals anywhere can participate fully in what is a personal and challenging experience. Not only will students learn the latest aspects of the profession, they’ll gain experience through the projects.

Degree Information

  • The program results in a Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering and Technology Management degree.

  • The program requires the completion of 30 graduate credit hours comprised of both required courses according the curriculum shown below and additional courses.

  • As part of their program, students may complete two Education for Working Professionals graduate-level certificates to personalize and customize the degree to best achieve their career aspirations.

  • The program is delivered using online and blended instruction designed to fit into the lives of busy working professionals.

  • Students initially enrolling in the systems engineering certificate who then choose to complete the full degree may only count their coursework once toward degree completion.

  • For more details on this and other available certificate programs see the EWP Web site at


30 Total Credit Hours

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