Systems Engineering Undergraduate Degree
Systems Engineering exposes students to a wide range of topics within the field, including the economic, environmental, managerial, technical and political aspects of large-scale systems design and implementation. Our flexible academic curricula and hands-on research opportunities prepare our undergraduate and graduate students for successful careers in a multitude of disciplines.
Students majoring in the BS program will receive a degree and transcript titled "Systems Engineering."
Why major in Systems Engineering at UVA?
Our Systems Engineering program places our graduates squarely at the center of the data revolution. It equips them with technical skills in areas like data science, visualization, optimization, and business analytics that are critical to decision-making, as well as the leadership and communications skills to direct efforts to design and improve large-scale systems. Through class projects, internships and their fourth-year capstone projects, our students gain a real-world, team-based experience applying these skills in such areas as cloud computing and machine learning, unmanned aerial systems and online advertising. Our capstone projects benefit our systems majors with collaborative networking with alumni, government agencies and corporations, providing students valuable exposure to potential employers. As a result, our graduates are in high demand by leading corporations as well as start-ups in fields like consulting, finance, and systems integration.
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We welcome any questions you may have about our Undergraduate program. Email Dottie Gardner or call (434) 924-6473.
The information contained on this website is for informational purposes only. The Undergraduate Record and Graduate Record represent the official repository for academic program requirements. These publications may be found at www.virginia.edu/registrar/catalog/ugrad.html
Financial aid is available to outstanding students on a competitive basis in the form of:
- Research Assistantships
- Teaching Assistantships
Assistantships offer a stipend and cover tuition and health insurance.