582: Systems Engineering PhD - NPS Online
Systems Engineering Ph.D.
Ph.D. Degree #582
Program Area: Naval Engineering
POC: Program Director
The Department of Systems Engineering offers a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in Systems Engineering (DL). Students take graduate level courses in systems engineering (as needed to pass the oral and written qualifying examinations), advanced graduate courses in systems engineering and an application domain, and perform research that leads to a dissertation involving some aspect of systems engineering. Research topics may be selected from a broad variety of studies of the systems engineering process, applications of systems engineering to solving complex problems, systems level modeling and simulation, and systems suitability assessment. Subject to approval of the student's dissertation committee chairman, dissertation research may be conducted away from NPS at cooperating facilities. Students must satisfy a one-year residency requirement. This may be met by completing periodic extended stays (nominally two weeks per quarter) at an NPS campus spread throughout the duration of the student's program.
The following are eligible for this offering:
- Naval Officers
- Non-Naval Officers
- DON Civilians
- DOD Civilians
- Non-DOD Federal Employees
- International military personnel
- International non-military personnel
Applications are handled by the NPS Admissions Office. Please visit the admissions website or contact them at email@example.com.
Tuition & Service Obligation
For information regarding tuition, please contact the NPS Tuition office at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact this offering’s POC at email@example.com.
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Ideally, applicants should possess an M.S. degree in Systems Engineering. Applicants with only a B. S. degree or an M.S. degree in another discipline will be required to take a number of systems engineering courses (equivalent to the coursework portion of an MSSE degree program) to pass the qualifying examinations. Unless an M.S. thesis and any other ABET EAC accreditation requirements are also satisfied, an M.S. in Systems Engineering degree will not be awarded for this preparatory work.
06 Jun 2023
Spring quarter pre-graduation awards ceremony
09 Jun 2023
Spring quarter last day of classes
13 Jun 2023
Spring quarter final examinations begin