The MS in Energy Systems is no longer enrolling new students as of Spring 2022. Students who were interested in this program may also be interested in our MS in Engineering Management.

Technology-driven businesses need leaders with the technical knowledge to drive innovation and the business expertise to manage for success.

The objective of the engineering and management systems master's of science (MS) program at Clarkson is to integrate engineering and computer science technologies with the core components of an MBA. Students become architects of a multi-disciplined technical/management degree that provides the skills necessary to quickly develop products and move them toward commercialization. With evening courses and part-time study, we offer the only engineering programs in the capital region designed to meet the needs of working professionals. You’ll learn and network with other professionals who are seeking to advance their knowledge and become leaders in their fields. Coursework is also well-matched to recent graduates who want to benefit from learning alongside experienced professionals.


MS in Engineering and Management Systems

The MS of Engineering and Management Systems consists of 33 credit hours. These classes are a combination of engineering and business courses. Full-time students typically complete the MS in one and a half to two years, while part-time students typically finish in two and a half to three years.

The Clarkson University Capital Region Campus (CRC) in Schenectady, NY is a satellite campus for Clarkson University. The CRC caters to the working engineering professional, offering:

  • Evening On-site Courses
  • A Professional Setting
  • Outstanding Faculty who are adjuncts and professionals from within industry
  • Merit Scholarships

*This program is only offered at Clarkson University's Capital Region Campus.

Engineering Management Systems MS Curriculum

Clarkson's MS in Engineering and Management Systems program integrates engineering and information systems coursework with the core components of an MBA to help you master the full range of skills you’ll need to advance to engineering management roles. In our applied learning environment, you’ll learn how to put your knowledge to work to make an immediate and long term impact in fields that are growing in our region and beyond.

School of Engineering programs provide students with maximum flexibility when developing a plan of study. Students can select specific courses that integrate or focus on the following degree objectives:

  • discipline knowledge
  • product application
  • industry breadth
  • career ambitions

Degree Requirements

You'll take 11 courses: six from the engineering and computer science departments and five from the School of Business or the Business of Energy Certificate program. Please view the course catalog for details and course summaries.

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