How to Apply to WSU Online Master of Systems Engineering
Enrolling in the Summer & Fall Semester
Enrolling in the Spring Semester
Applicants for admission into the Master of Science in Systems Engineering program must possess a B.Sc. in engineering (EAC), engineering-technology (ETAC) or computing (CAC) from an ABET-accredited program with Calculus I and Statistics as a minimum. B.Sc. in any other related subject is on a case-by-case basis only. A minimum overall GPA of 3.0 is required from the undergraduate program in which the bachelor’s degree is earned; a 3.3 is preferred. The program reviews the student portfolio, including bachelors program, calculus and statistics grades, rigor of courses taken (upper division), work experience, professional certifications, and participation in the systems community).
This is conditional upon completion of all required leveling courses. These leveling courses would primarily meet minimum math, physics, and computer science requirements as established by the Systems Engineering program.
- Preference is given to graduates of hard sciences (Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry).
- Specific industry or military experience is also considered and evaluated for potential acceptance into the program.
- Any non-engineering candidate accepted into the program is subject to leveling coursework as prescribed by the department. This includes mathematics, physics, chemistry, and any other engineering coursework deemed critical to the SE credential.
A minimum overall GPA of 3.0 is required from the undergraduate program in which the bachelor’s degree is earned; a 3.3 is preferred. The program reviews the student portfolio, including bachelors program, calculus and statistics grades, rigor of courses taken (upper division), work experience, professional certifications, and participation in the systems community).
GRE test scores are required if all previous degrees were conferred by an institution outside of the U.S.
You are responsible for submitting a complete application.
The final online application process prompts you to submit your completed application. Your application will not be considered until you have submitted a "complete" online application and all necessary documents have been received by the MSSE program.
Each MSSE application must be accompanied by the application fee. A credit card is the preferred form of payment, but other forms are welcome. Additional instructions are in the online application.
Upload a current resume or curriculum vitae as part of the online application process.
Official transcripts of your academic record from all previous colleges or universities attended should be submitted. Sending your transcript electronically secure is the preferred method. If your college or university provides this option, request your transcripts to be sent directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If the college or university does not provide this option, request the official transcripts be sent directly to you, then forward them UNOPENED in their original sealed envelope to the admissions office address.
MSSE Admission Committee
Weber State University
1465 Edvalson St Dept 1801
Ogden UT 84408-1801
If you are an international applicant, you need to complete additional paperwork in order to comply with university and U.S. immigration regulations. If you have questions about the Weber State University admissions process for international applicants, you may contact Admissions at 801-626-6005 or email@example.com or visit the Weber State University International Student and Scholar Center.
- Meet all academic requirements above.
- Take the TOEFL and receive at least your unofficial scores prior to submitting your application. Official score reports must be sent from E.T.S. to Weber State University. WSU’s institutional code is 4941-4211. Visit the TOEFL website for more information.
- Have your foreign credentials evaluated. If you would like to receive credit for your college work from any colleges or universities that you have attended outside of the United States, you will need to have your credits evaluated by a foreign credential evaluation company. Visit our International Student & Scholar Center website for a list of approved companies.