Universities have Systems Engineering Courses:
The Systems Engineering Studios, a designated Centre
of Excellence in systems requirements engineering.
The studios provide state-of-the-art computing and
audio-visual technology to support the delivery of
advanced education & training in systems
engineering. This includes training in associated
communication, facilitation and group working
The Department of Systems Engineering comprises a
fully integrated multi-disciplinary team drawn from
a number of academic departments within and beyond
the University boundaries.
The Declarative Systems & Software Engineering (DSSE)
Group covers a wide range of activities, with the
common theme of the software development process.
Its objective is to conduct research which leads to
improvements in the quality of software and to
reduction in the cost of software development.
University of Essex
The Department of Electronic Systems Engineering
provides the opportunity to study a broad range of
degree programmes at both undergraduate and
postgraduate level. Many of these are fully
accredited by the IEE, a pre-requisite for becoming
a Chartered Engineer.
The School was formed in 1998 following recognition
of the significant opportunities available both in
teaching and research from a greater degree of
integration between the related disciplines of
Computer Science, Cybernetics and Electronic
Engineering. The central aim of the School is to
achieve international quality and excellence in all
its activities. Increasingly the leading edge of the
subject involves interdisciplinary links between
once disparate subjects and new innovative ways of
combining established disciplines.