Leading the Way in Large, Complex Systems
Join SIE at the University of Arizona, the nation’s first academic department for systems engineering. With programs in industrial engineering, systems engineering and engineering management, the department delivers a broad skillset, preparing students for technology-based jobs in industry, government and academia.
Earn your undergraduate degree, graduate degree or a graduate certificate at a top-tier research university. Focus on smart systems for transportation and manufacturing, distributed solar power generation, space systems and human behavior modeling.
Make your future about getting all the parts – humans and machines – to work together effectively!
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March 3, 2021
Learn more about the exciting advancements that are happening at the College of Engineering.
Additional information on the Real-Time Research Webinar Speaker Series.
March 18, 2021
Meet-and-greet with UArizona SIE Faculty and Students! Prospective students are invited to an virtual session to learn more SIE on-campus and online graduate programs.
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“The greatest reward I’ve ever been given is the simple opportunity to help generations of students learn how to think critically about the world around them.”
Reinventing the Wheel
“Imagine a smart city, 10 years from now, where cars don’t run into one another anymore.”
“It’s always a lot of fun to identify and work on challenging research problems arising in real-life scenarios.”
Lust to Dust
“Systems engineers live in a lot of different industries, and what we think about is the entire life cycle of a system or a product or a service. From lust to dust, so to speak.”
“We’re proud to see many of our graduate programs recognized as among the best in preparing future generations of researchers, scientists, leaders and citizens.”