|Faculty:||Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science
|Field of Study:||Computer Engineering, Other
|Description:||The academic aim of this Ph.D. program is to prepare students for leadership roles in the area of Information and Systems Engineering (ISE) with the knowledge and skills to advance the discipline from the academic, research and practical standpoints. The Ph.D. program will prepare the students to address the current and future challenges in information and systems engineering such as designing, modeling, analyzing and managing complex systems, exploiting systems of systems, managing systems complexity, studying systems' attributes and understanding human factors in the system.
The intent is also to prepare students to engage in independent and collaborative research in university, government and industrial contexts. During this educative process, doctoral students will participate in knowledge generation and improvement activities, research synthesis, and knowledge/technology transfer.