The following rates are effective beginning with Spring 2020 enrollments:

Resident Non-resident
MS Degree: $36,000 MS Degree: $36,000
Certificate: $12,000 Certificate: $12,000


Financial Aid

Systems Engineering and Management students needing assistance with funding tuition may apply for financial aid.


Consider the UT Dallas Systems Engineering and Management Program

Are you an engineer or high-tech business manager? Perhaps you desire an effective way to advance in your career. Going back to school is one avenue that you can explore.
The University of Texas at Dallas offers its Systems Engineering and Management degree and certificate programs that provide a cutting-edge educational alternative for people like you who need to keep up with present duties while pursuing new career objectives.

Did you know: The program offers an Professional format master’s degree as well as certificate options designed to benefit seasoned engineers, managers and recent graduates.

Noted for its academic rigor and flexibility, the SEM program allows you to pursue either a certificate or a master’s degree in Traditional or Professional format, including:

  • The Professional Master’s program allows you to fit a Systems Engineering and Management degree or graduate certificate in with your busy schedule. You can attend classes in four-hour sessions held on alternate Saturdays along with an evening class option held on a weekday evenings during the fall and spring semesters.
  • The Traditional Master’s program offers a way to pursue the degree by attending regular weekday classes. Qualified undergraduates can use the Fast-Track program to gain credit toward the master’s degree.

We invite you to visit the Program Overview page and our Alumni page to discover more about the Systems Engineering and Management program.


SEM Program at UT Dallas
The University of Texas at Dallas offers 133 degree programs and has earned Tier One national research university status. UT Dallas’ more than 50 research centers conduct research activities in the fields of nanotechnology, behavioral and brain sciences, space science, bioengineering and cybersecurity.