System Science Engineering 3+2

Shilling Hall

Dual-Degree Program

Systems Science Engineering is the field of specialization within engineering that uses advanced mathematical methods to model physical systems, and to develop techniques for system optimization and control. This dual-degree program allows students to earn two degrees in five years, with the first three years at Millikin, followed by two years at Washington University in St. Louis.

Systems engineers are experts at analyzing complex systems and effectively coordinating their many different components. Systems engineers design, develop, manage, and optimize complex systems, including electrical systems, information systems, economic models, financial systems, environmental systems, telecommunication networks, transportation networks, project management, and aerospace systems.