Systems Control Technology Track
Systems Control Technology (SCT) is an inter- and multi-disciplinary field that merges advanced mathematics, project management, systems modeling & simulation, wireless instrumentation, computer networking, control engineering, and embedded digital architectures to monitor and shape the behavior of systems. "Systems" refers to a natural or engineered relation between inputs and outputs with applications in all engineering fields.
The following is a list of courses required of all students pursuing the Master of Science in Engineering Technology – Systems Control Technology track. Please note this document is accurate for those who enrolled during the Fall 2011 semester. For a complete description of these courses, visit the University of Houston Graduate Catalog.
Course Requirements for the Master of Science in Engineering Technology - Systems Control Technology
Core Courses: 7 Semester Hours
- ELET 6100 - Seminar
- ELET 6305 - Analytical Methods in Engineering Technology
- ELET 6301 - Project Management Principles
Required Courses: 18 Semester Hours
- ELET 6304 - Applied Digital Control Systems
- ELET 6340 - Eletro Mechanical Systems Control
- ELET 6342 - Modern Control Systems Applications
- Additional faculty-approved 9 hours of ELET credit
Research Option: Project Option (9 hours) OR Thesis Option (6 hours)
- Project Option (9 hours) - Project (3 hours) plus approved electives (6 hours)
- Theis Option (6 hours)