Master of Science in Systems Technology Online

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Program Description

The online Master of Science in Systems Technology is designed for students who work in a broad range of industries, including energy, manufacturing, chemical production, construction and maintenance services.

Perfect for the industrial technology major, this online master’s program will equip students with advanced problem-solving skills and cutting-edge tools to develop solutions to complex systems problems in these industries.

Graduates of the industrial technology online degree program will be prepared to pursue upper and mid-level technical and managerial roles.

Program highlights include:

• Only M.S. in Systems Technology offered in the Southern region

• Students can continue to work full time — coursework can be completed entirely online

• Curriculum offers a 30-hour thesis or a 33-hour project option

This systems technology degree program is administered through the Department of Industrial Technology housed in the UL Lafayette College of Engineering.

Last updated Sep 2020

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The College of Engineering at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette is dedicated to educating world-class engineers who have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to improve the quality of life acro ... Read More

The College of Engineering at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette is dedicated to educating world-class engineers who have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to improve the quality of life across the globe. Our college, our faculty, and our administration are known throughout the nation for outstanding engineering education, research, and public service. Our undergraduate student population has soared from approximately 1,100 to over 2,000 over the past few years, making Ragin’ Cajun Engineering the second largest engineering college in Louisiana. We've initiated numerous student development programs, including a leadership development program, engineering ambassadors, and several specialty minors. We are particularly proud that both our African-American and graduate student populations have increased by over 25 percent over the past five years — both go against the national trend. Read less