Colorado State University Pueblo

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Rich in heritage, growth and opportunity.

Colorado State University-Pueblo is nestled in a historically and culturally rich community of more than 100,000 people, located in the southern part of the state near the foothills of the Rocky Mountains—just a short drive to Denver and Colorado Springs.

The state’s geography and attractions create an exciting environment for this vibrant college campus. CSU-Pueblo’s 5,000 students thrive in small classes taught by world-class educators. Outside the classroom we foster an exciting, adventurous and social environment rich in culture, athletics, and all the beauty the Pikes Peak region has to offer. And with over 300 days of sunshine a year, people here have a healthy love for the outdoors.​​​

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Master's of Science in Industrial and Systems Engineering

Campus Full time 36  September 2017 USA Colorado Springs

Achieving a Master's of Science degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering prepares you to take on the design and analysis of complex, human-machine systems in a variety of industries [+]

Achieving a Master's of Science degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering prepares you to take on the design and analysis of complex, human-machine systems in a variety of industries: Manufacturing and service industries Health care systems Governmental agencies Non-profit organizations Career Path With a graduate degree in system engineering, you’ll be qualified to operate with the "big picture" or systems viewpoint necessary to serve as a management and operations analyst whose focus is efficiency and effective systems performance. Expected Program Outcomes Gain practical knowledge in areas such as facilities planning, operations planning and control, economic analysis, design of experiments, and project management. Learn methodologies employed by systems engineers, including probability and statistics, mathematical programming, computer simulation, and human performance studies. Program Requirements Open to students with quantitatively based baccalaureate degrees from accredited colleges or universities. Consists of 16 semester hours of required courses and 20 semester hours of elective courses, including thesis credit, for a total of 36 semester hours minimum. Courses from the approved set of electives may be substituted for required courses if you can demonstrate mastery as a result of previous course work (must be approved). [-]

Master of Science in Engineering

Campus Full time 33  September 2017 USA Colorado Springs

The MS in Engineering has two emphasis areas: mechatronics and railroad engineering. The emphasis area in mechatronics builds on the existing BS in Engineering with specialization in mechatronics. [+]

The MS in Engineering has two emphasis areas: mechatronics and railroad engineering. The emphasis area in mechatronics builds on the existing BS in Engineering with specialization in mechatronics. The emphasis area in railroad engineering is strengthened by staff and laboratories at the Transportation Technology Center, Inc. (TTCI), a world-class engineering facility located in Pueblo. A subsidiary of the Association of American Railroads of America, TTCI is a “leading transportation research and testing organization, providing emerging technology solutions for the railway industry throughout North America and the world.” (www.aar.com) Expected Student Learning Outcomes. Each MSE graduate will be able to: Apply advanced knowledge in engineering to formulate and solve engineering problems. Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability. A successful applicant to the MSE program will have a quantitatively based baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university. Students with non-quantitatively based baccalaureate degrees may be admitted conditionally, but additional prerequisites may be required. The MS in Engineering degree consists of 16 semester hours of required courses and 17 semester hours of elective courses including thesis credit, for a total of 33 semester hours minimum. No more than 12 credits of 400-level courses may be counted for graduate credit. Courses from the approved set of electives may be substituted, if approved, for required courses for which a student can demonstrate mastery as a result of previous course work. Students may be... [-]

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Colorado State University-Pueblo

Address Bonforte Boulevard 2200
81001 Pueblo, United States
Website http://www.csupueblo.edu/Pages/default.aspx
Phone +1 719-549-2100