This program is open to the graduates of engineering and science majors, who would like to get a graduate degree in the interdisciplinary area of Systems Analysis and Control Theory.

The Master of Science Program in Systems and Control Engineering comprises
  • 8 courses corresponding to a minimum of 24 credits
  • Non-credit graduate seminar (SCO 579)
  • Master's thesis (SCO 690)
Courses
Students enrolled in the program are required to take 2 specialization courses in each of the fields listed below and 2 elective courses in any field related to the program with the approval of the advisor:
  • Computer Systems (CMP)
  • Control Systems and Robotics (CON)
  • Opreations Research (OR)
Below you will find the list of courses offered by Computer Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Engineering Departments, as well as courses offered by the Master of Science Program in Systems and Control Engineering itself, together with the indication to which specialization field each course belongs.
The courses offered by the supporting departments in 2020-2021 spring semester and corresponding fields are available on this list.
The courses offered by the supporting departments in 2020-2021 fall semester and corresponding fields are available on this list.
The courses offered by the supporting departments in 2019-2020 spring semester and corresponding fields are available on this list.
The courses offered by the supporting departments in 2019-2020 fall semester and corresponding fields are available on this list.
The courses offered by the supporting departments in 2018-2019 spring semester and corresponding fields are available on this list.
In addition to the courses in this list, courses offered by other departments or institutes may also be taken as specialization field courses, subject to the approval of the advisor. At most two courses can be selected from among the 4XX undergraduate courses of the associated supporting departments.
Graduate Seminar
Each registered student must attend at least 10 graduate seminars given at the participating Engineering Departments (EE, CmpE, ME, IE), and must have the Seminar Form signed by the instructors or the invited speakers who give the seminars. Among these seminars at least one has to cover the topics “scientific research techniques and publication ethics”. At the end of the semester the students have to submit the completed form to the graduate advisor.
Master's Thesis (SCO 690)
Each student must be enrolled in the Master’s Thesis (SCO 690) at the beginning of the 3rd semester. For this purpose, the student has to find a thesis supervisor among the full-time faculty members of the participating Engineering Departments (EE, CmpE, ME, IE). After reaching an agreement on the subject of the thesis the student must submit a thesis proposal (digital version) to the thesis supervisor, who will forward it together with his/her approval to the academic advisor. The academic advisor will officially register the student to the thesis course after the proposal is approved by the Advisory Board. The student is encouraged to start this procedure in a timely manner to complete it latest before the end of the add-drop period of the relevant semester.Depending on the subject of the thesis, faculty members from other departments, institutes and universities, as well as representatives from the industry can become co-supervisor.

Completed theses are available in the university library.