MS in Systems and Control Engineering

Delve into signal processing, optimization, feedback control, production/manufacturing systems, energy systems and systems biology.

Engineering students working on a systems control project

Our MS degree program in systems and control engineering provides students with the essential skills and tools to combine the efforts of several engineering fields. At the Case School of Engineering you’ll learn to efficiently analyze, optimize, control, and design complex systems that are all around us. 

In our program, you’ll conduct research in nonlinear control, optimization, signal processing, global modeling, and systems biology. Our high-quality research labs give our students, faculty and partners the ability to conduct groundbreaking projects and create long-term solutions.

The Case School of Engineering curriculum emphasizes project and problem-oriented course material coupled with the broad-based curricular requirements. Graduate students are admitted to one of three MS degree tracks (thesis-focused, project-focused, course-focused) upon recommendation of the department faculty. 

We also offer this degree online, so you can earn a Case Western Reserve education from wherever you call home. Learn about our online program.

Explore degree requirements, courses and more in the university’s General Bulletin

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